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12/25/2018 11:38 am  #1

Christmas Music

I thought it might be fun to post some Christmas music, and it seemed more appropriate here than on Ontological Investigations:

Gaudete and Gaudete (2017). Commentators heavily criticized the artists for their pronunciation in the first video, so they made the second. I like the first more. The second sounds a bit oppressed. Both are excellent.

Noël des enfants qui n'ont plus de maisons by Debussy. It's a bit of a somber tune for such a characteristically happy time of year, but what would Christmas be without at least one baritone?

Noël des jouets by Ravel. Another piece by an impressionist.

Ave Maria by Schubert. This is my favorite rendition of Ave Maria.

Christmas Medley by Clamavi De Profundis. 

Feel free to add your own. It doesn't have to be classical.


12/25/2018 3:43 pm  #2

Re: Christmas Music

I've go nothing to share right now, but I wanted to thank you 'cause I find the first one great and I didn't know it!

Last edited by Ouros (12/25/2018 3:44 pm)


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