Let the Season In

by Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Let the season in dvd
  • Let the season in dvd
  • Let the season in cd

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Joined by world-renowned vocalist Deborah Voigt and charismatic voice actor John Rhys-Davies, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir ushers in the holiday season with music that celebrates the work of Charles Dickens, the story behind A Christmas Carol, and many other classic Christmas tales.

CD

  1. Christmas Is Coming
  2. On this Merriest Christmas Day
  3. The Holly and the Ivy
  4. And there Were Shepherds Abiding in the Fields
  5. "Magnificat"
  6. "Et exsulavit spiritus meus"
  7. "Gloria Patri"
  8. Ring Those Christmas Bells
  9. The Twelve Days after Christmas
  10. Christmas Wishes Medley
  11. A Russian Christmas Festivity - Polanise (excerpt) from Christmas Eve
  12. A Russian Christmas Festivity - Dance of the Tumblers (excerpt) from The Snow Maiden
  13. A Russian Christmas Festivity - Procession of the Nobles (excerpt) from Mlada
  14. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
  15. Coventry Carol
  16. Luke 2: The Christmas Story
  17. Angels, from the Realms of Glory
  18. We Wish You a Merry Christmas

DVD

  1. Christmas Is Coming
  2. On this Merriest Christmas Day
  3. The Holly and the Ivy
  4. And There Were Shepherds Abiding in the Fields
  5. Magnificat in D Major
  6. Ring Those Christmas Bells
  7. The Twelve Days after Christmas
  8. Christmas Wishes Medley
  9. A Russian Christmas Festivity
  10. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
  11. A Dickens Christmas
  12. Coventry Carol
  13. Luke 2: The Christmas Story
  14. Angels, from the Realms of Glory

BONUS FEATURES (DVD)
Hear Deborah Voigt and John Rhys-Davies describe their unique experiences in performing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.

  • Backstage with Deborah Voigt
  • Backstage with John Rhys-Davies
  • Christmas "In the Air": Behind the Scenes on Flying
  • "A Dickens Christmas" full-length version
  • About the Author

    Mormon Tabernacle Choir

    The 360 members of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir represent men and women from many different backgrounds and professions and range in age from 25 to 60. They reflect a medley of unique lives and experiences and are brought together by their love for singing and their faith. Their incomparable voices are the common chord that unites to form the choral group known all over the world as the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

    The Mormon Tabernacle Choir originated in the mid-19th century in Salt Lake City. As the Latter-day Saints moved west, Church President Brigham Young included musicians among members of the advance parties. Consequently, a small choir first sang for a conference of the Church in the Salt Lake Valley on August 22, 1847, just 29 days after the first group arrived. The origins of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir may be found in the desire and commitment of early converts to include appropriate music in both sacred and secular events.

    The Mormon Tabernacle Choir has appeared at 13 world's fairs and expositions, performed at the inaugurations of five U.S. presidents, and sung for numerous worldwide telecasts and special events. Five of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's recordings have achieved "gold record" and two have achieved "platinum record" status. The most popular was the Grammy-Award-winning 1959 release of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" with the Philadelphia Orchestra.

    For more information visit the Mormon Tabernacle Choir fan page on Facebook.

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    Reviews

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    Inspiring
    By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

    I am not a big opera fan but Deborah Voight was amazing. Her voice is so clear, the music was uplifting.

    Another WIN for MTC and Mack Wilberg!
    By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

    Attended the 2013 Concert LIVE and just downloaded this and all of the memories came rushing back. Don't miss this recording/DVD. STUNNING!

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