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Music Video: Christmas Canon

Artisit: Trans-Siberian Orchestra

  • Genre: Holiday
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:29

  • Copyright: Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Music Video For Christmas Canon By Artist Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Reviews For Christmas Canon By Artist Trans-Siberian Orchestra

  • Thomas P

    By Tepllp
    Super Song
  • What Christmas IS about

    By Tani's IPod
    I agree. I do not understand why anyone would consider this video "EXPLICIT"? This song, sung by these children define what the Christmas season is truly about. Absolutely BEAUTIFUL :-). It has become a tradition in our household.
  • cool

    By bud kelster
    its great but i think it should be longer
  • i love it

    By David Helm
    i love the trans- siberian orchestra called the christmas cannon and i love it very much
  • Awesome!

    By skymannnnnn
    This is totally beautiful! It litterally brought me to tears (Not an easy thing to do) when listening to this, mere words cannot describe this! I gave it the highest rating-5 stars!
  • Heaven on Earth

    By Skywalker52
    My favorite Christmas song by far! Just wish the children could sing forever! Puts your heart in the perfect Christmas mood💝
  • The Best

    By golfyboy70
    Really Brings In the holiday Spirit. It is by my favorite. Except maybe U2 ONE
  • Awsomeness

    By Pebaib
    It is so awsome it sounds like real angels
  • Heaven

    By Zo14roses
    This is what Heaven sounds like.
  • Amazing

    By smiler11:)
    These people are AMAZING.... Their shows r so cool and bright i only gave it 4 stars because i think this video is weird

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