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Glorious Sound of Christmas
     

The Glorious Sound of Christmas

5.0 2
by Eugene Ormandy
 
Although they're not credited in the title, this album also features The Mormon Tabernacle Choir. It was a million-seller when first released in 1962.

Overview

Although they're not credited in the title, this album also features The Mormon Tabernacle Choir. It was a million-seller when first released in 1962.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/16/1991
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0074640636929
catalogNumber:
6369

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Eugene Ormandy   Primary Artist,Conductor
Philadelphia Orchestra   Performing Ensemble
Temple University Concert Choir   Track Performer
Temple University Choirs   Choir, Chorus
Robert E. Page   Choir Director

Technical Credits

Adolphe Adam   Composer
Franz Schubert   Composer
Franz Gruber   Composer
Thomas Frost   Producer
Isaac Watts   Composer
Lowell Mason   Composer
Arthur Harris   Arranger
Philip Formica   Cover Design
Frederick Oakeley   Composer
John Francis Wade   Composer
Joseph Mohr   Composer
Phillip Brooks   Composer
John Sullivan Dwight   Composer
John Mason Neale   Composer
Robert Page   Director
Traditional   Composer
Thomas & Richard Frost   Producer
John "Woog" Johnson   Engineer
John A. Johnson   Engineer,Remixing
Laura Heath   Remixing
Lewis Redner   Composer

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The Glorious Sound of Christmas 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Arthur Harris has done some of the most Amazing arrangements of this Christmas music that I have ever had the chance to listen to. While singing under the direction of Robert Page, I have had the privilege to sing some of this music, yet I can still listen to it over and over again as Arthur Harris did such a wonderful job. He is really under-recognized for this, which is a real shame. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do. (If you live near Pittsburgh you can come hear Carnegie Mellon University Choirs sing some selections every holiday season...)
Guest More than 1 year ago
This has to be the most beautiful album of Christmas music ever recorded. It is a timeless musical materpiece...well, at least it is in my opinion. This amazing combination of instrumentals with the vocals of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, is just a brilliant, splendid set of music. I recommend it to anyone, from the classical music purist, to the new buyer looking for good Christmas music. This is an album that captures the true essence of the Christmas spirit.