Festive Christmas Music Hits blogmas, day 8
Yesterday’s blogmas post didn’t share cookie making joy, it supported why I don’t like Christmas. Instead of heading deeper down into the pit of negativity while simultaneously attempting to muster Christmas Joy, today’s post is about Christmas Music. Christmas music is known for joyfulness and inspiration. Here are my favorites. Enjoy!!!
Jingle Bells sung by Frank Sinatra – It’s upbeat. Frank’s smooth and soulful voice makes every song sound hip and meaningful. Plus, I listened to his Christmas album when I was a young kid. Singing along to this song was big fun. You can sing along as well because I chose the video with the lyrics. You’re welcome!
Feliz Navidad by Jose Feliciano – A 1970 classic. The guitar sounds are light and joyful. It just feels good. Take a listen and try super hard not to move while listening. Bet ya can’t….
Carol of the Bells sung by a Boy’s Choir – This song sounds like it was written by angels. In this video it’s sung by angelic voices. So beautiful!!! You will be filled up.
Carol of the Bells by Trans-Siberian Orchestra – This version is magnificent. Loud and proud! It pushes the Christmas Spirit into you while rocking out. The videos lightshow is spectacular.
Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah sung by Royal Chorus Society – Nothing is grander! Nothing! Saw Handel’s Messiah at Carnegie Hall in New York, the moment the notes of this song came bounding from the singers the energy at Carnegie Hall became electric.
|The earth has grown old with its burden of care But at Christmas it always is young, The heart of the jewel burns lustrous and fair And its soul full of music breaks the air, When the song of angels is sung.|