The Many Moods of Christmas

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All Music Guide - Bradley Torreano
The Many Moods of Christmas is a collection of four medleys, each with a similar theme, performed by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus. The songs are performed in a very straight, orchestral style that does not take any new routes or present different ideas. The choral aspect of the music is much the same, although due to the medley style they make certain changes. The medleys are very well put together, and the format works well for the material here. In fact, the album's biggest credit is its perfect running time; at just under 50 minutes it is very concise and tight. Anyone looking for an album of choral and orchestral renditions of these songs may enjoy ...
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All Music Guide - Bradley Torreano
The Many Moods of Christmas is a collection of four medleys, each with a similar theme, performed by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus. The songs are performed in a very straight, orchestral style that does not take any new routes or present different ideas. The choral aspect of the music is much the same, although due to the medley style they make certain changes. The medleys are very well put together, and the format works well for the material here. In fact, the album's biggest credit is its perfect running time; at just under 50 minutes it is very concise and tight. Anyone looking for an album of choral and orchestral renditions of these songs may enjoy this very much.
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  • Release Date: 10/25/1990
  • Label: Telarc
  • UPC: 089408008726
  • Catalog Number: 80087

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Performance Credits
Robert Shaw Chorale Primary Artist
Robert Shaw Indexed Contributor, Conductor
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus Choir, Chorus, Performing Ensemble
George Petsch Lute
Marilyn Walthall Organ
Atlanta Symphony Chorus Choir, Chorus, Ensemble
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Performing Ensemble, Ensemble
George Petsch Lute
Technical Credits
Franz Gruber Composer
Robert Russell Bennett Arranger
Jack Renner Engineer
Robert Woods Producer
Anilda Carrasquillo Art Direction
Susan Cybulski Cover Design
John Francis Wade Composer
Albert Petrak Liner Notes
Traditional Composer
William Chatterton Dix Composer
Comstock Cover Photo
Albert M. Petrak Liner Notes
Lewis Redner Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This Is A Symphony of Christmas Songs

    We thought we had all the Christmas music we needed until we heard this wonderful collection. Both orchestra and chorus are superb, but the true value of this collection lies in the arranging. The full capacity of an excellent orchestra is challenged by Mr. Bennet - the medleys mesh together very well and the renditions are very stirring. On the down side, the heavy use of brass sometimes blurs the voices, but this is a minor detail in a lovely presentation of beloved carols and songs.

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