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Music Video: Christmas Eve / Sarajevo (Timeless Version)

Artisit: Trans-Siberian Orchestra

  • Genre: Holiday
  • Release Date: 1996
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:41

  • Copyright: Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Music Video For Christmas Eve / Sarajevo (Timeless Version) By Artist Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Reviews For Christmas Eve / Sarajevo (Timeless Version) By Artist Trans-Siberian Orchestra

  • Trans-Siberian - A Total favorite for sis and me!

    By happylady210
    Totally awesome, my very first music video! I chose this on Christmas eve, but it has taken a week to get it on my iTunes! Blessings to all! Happy New Year! Boogie!
  • Trans-Siberian Orchetstra

    By miss clause
    I love Trans-Siberian Orchestra I've seen them in concert many times. And will continue to do so, until there come a time when I can't that will be the only thing stopping me. I think that the album Sarjervio is the one. I listen to it sometime even when it's not even Christmas.
  • Christmas eve in Sarajevo

    By Vanna87
    To answer the question above, it is called that because the piece is supposed to depict a cellist playing a Christmas carol in war-torn Sarajevo. It was based around a true story so to say and came out in 1995 when the war was ending.
  • Great

    By ZAY787
    good music video! very enjoyable
  • loved them in concert, love them in their videos

    By matnkris
    OH MY GOD!!!!!! i saw them in concert with my boyfriend and the video is soo cool i love the kittens and the little girl and the outline of the orchestra....this is just pure genius TSO....U ROCK!!!
  • Best video

    By Al3X F
    It has to be the best peice by them ever. I just went to their concert and got a programm and 6 picks signed by Paul O'neill!OMG
  • A powerful sensory treat.

    By Voyager13b
    This video combines visual elements, and clean audio in the form of combined rock/classical instruments in a presentation that grabs your spirit, and takes you on a fast paced emotional thrill ride. You enjoy every moment, and feel both spent and satisfied when it ends.
  • tso is amazing

    By TSO rocks
    this video is amazing but seeing tso in concert is sooo much more amazing
  • The kittens

    By Tseeduii
    At the end of the video, the girls does bring in two kittens but i beleve that the composer brings in the last kitten. Th e video is awsome.

    By kelstaysurdan
    I think that the band is amazing. I'm actually in the video and i know that the man who wrote these songs is just as incredible as you would think he would have to be in order to write songs like this. All of his music comes from the heart and all of the songs tie into a story with the album which is incredible.<3 Paul O'Niel= the god of music

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