Saturday, December 24, 2011

Merry Christmas Music

Maybe it's the good Catholic girl in me, who loves Midnight Mass with its softly glowing tapers and rapturous hymns.  Maybe it's the dancer in me, whose spirit responds to song like an autumn leaf responds to a breeze.  Maybe it's the singer, who needs music to live.  Whatever it is, music is an integral part of my Christmas.  So my Christmas present to you my few, dear, wonderful readers, is below:  some of my favorite Christmas songs.  For whatever reason, many of my very favorite carols and hymns are actually set on Christmas Eve.  Enjoy this blessed night my friends!

"Fall on your knees - oh hear, the angels voices!"
"Oh Holy Night," as performed by Celtic Woman

"All is calm - all is bright. . . "
"Silent Night," as performed by Sinead O'Connor

"Listen to what I say: pray for peace people everywhere. . ."
"Do You Hear What I Hear?" by Bing Crosby

"I have no gift to bring, pa rum pum pum pum, Thats fit to give a King."

"Little Drummer Boy," as performed by The Harry Simeone Chorale

1 comment:

  1. I really enjoyed your music, thanks for posting it. I found your blog today while searching for an image of a Christmas tree with presents under it. And I found it, I hope you don't mind if I reposted it on my blog.

    I read your post on the 21st about bumps in the road. These bumps are gifts from God, they help keep us in his presence, always calling upon him for help. When you walk home at night and you feel fear from the darkness, the unknown. I recommend asking your guardian angel for help and take that a step further, by praying to the guardian angels of all those you will meet on your path, ask those guardian angels to bring peace to your meetings with their wards; so that you will feel at peace in your journey.

    Merry Christmas!