Quiet Christmas

Quiet Christmas

by David Miller
     
 

If you want music for a traditional Christmas, look no farther than David Miller's QUIET CHRISTMAS. Working wonders on his keyboard, Miller presents a starry array of carols with the sounds of harp, symphonic strings, pipe organ, oboe, toy piano, horns, and other instruments that honor the sanctity of the music. Miller's arrangements are sensitive and glowing, yet… See more details below

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If you want music for a traditional Christmas, look no farther than David Miller's QUIET CHRISTMAS. Working wonders on his keyboard, Miller presents a starry array of carols with the sounds of harp, symphonic strings, pipe organ, oboe, toy piano, horns, and other instruments that honor the sanctity of the music. Miller's arrangements are sensitive and glowing, yet give a sense of full-bodied richness. This is music you can trust; you won't be ambushed by sleigh bells or have to duck mistletoe. You can sink into this album and really meditate on the true meaning of Christmas. The only thing missing here is the human voice. Perhaps next year, St. Nicholas will deliver a choral version. Carols on QUIET CHRISTMAS include "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel," "Silent Night," "The First Nowell," and "What Child Is This?" -- 15 carols in all. My favorite is "Rorate Coeli Desuper," a traditional Scottish tune with broad, noble plains of strings.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/15/1998
Label:
CLARITY SND & LIGHT
UPC:
0663587600126
catalogNumber:
6001

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