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Album: Festival of Carols (Live)

Artist: Sylvia McNair, Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • Copyright: ℗ 2019 Naxos

Tracklist For Festival of Carols (Live) By Artist Sylvia McNair, Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark

Title Artist Time
1
Joy to the World (Arr. M. Wilb Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 2:54 USD 0.69
2
Sir Christèmas (Version for C Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 1:28 USD 0.69
3
Grown-Up Christmas List (Arr. Sylvia McNair, Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 4:52 USD 0.69
4
Christmas Hosanna (Live) Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, David Duncan & Eric Stark 2:55 USD 0.69
5
Festgesang, WoO 9, MWV D 4 "Gu Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 3:40 USD 0.69
6
This Little Light of Mine (Arr Sylvia McNair, Indianapolis Symphonic Choir & Eric Stark 4:08 USD 0.69
7
Magnificat: I. Magnificat anim Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 6:51 USD 0.69
8
Kling, Glöckchen, Kling (Arr. Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 3:15 USD 0.69
9
Weihnachtsoratorium, BWV 248, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Michael Davis 5:36 USD 0.69
10
Mary, Did You Know? (Arr. B. E Sylvia McNair, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 4:31 USD 0.69
11
All Bells in Paradise (Live) Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 6:11 USD 0.69
12
Jingle Bells (Arr. M. Wilberg Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 2:42 USD 0.69
13
Go Tell It on the Mountain (Ar Sylvia McNair & David Duncan 3:04 USD 0.69
14
'Twas the Night Before Christm Sherry Stark, Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 6:13 USD 0.69
15
Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabe Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 4:23 USD 0.69
16
O Holy Night (Arr. B. Eads for Sylvia McNair, Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 6:17 USD 0.69
17
The Dream Isaiah Saw (Live) Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra & Eric Stark 5:52 USD 0.69

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