Fifteen Favorite Christmas Songs

Andy Naselli —  November 28, 2011 — 4 Comments

Here are fifteen of my favorite Christmas songs:

  1. “The 12 Days of Christmas” (live; studio) | Straight No Chaser | Holiday Spirits | video
  2. “Angels’ Carol” | John Rutter, the Cambridge Singers | Christmas with the Cambridge Singers | video
  3. The Christmas Can-Can” | Straight No Chaser | Christmas Cheers | video
  4. Christmas Fantasy for Orchestra” | Dan and Heidi Goeller | The Word Became Flesh
  5. Everlasting Life” | The Rushingbrook Children’s Choir | The Most Wonderful Birthday of All
  6. “Infant Holy, Infant Lowly” | Dan Forrest | Prepare Him Room
  7. Joy to the World” | Empire Brass | Joy to the World
  8. Linus & Lucy” | Vince Guaraldi Trio | A Charlie Brown Christmas
  9. A Little Christmas Music: Medley a la Mozart” | The King’s Singers, Kiri Te Kanawa | A Little Christmas Music
  10. “Lo! How a Rose” | SMS Men’s Chorus | King of Glory
  11. Magnificat” | Keith and Kristyn Getty | An Irish Christmas
  12. Mary, Did You Know?” | Kathleen Battle, accompanied by Christopher Parkening | Angel’s Glory | lyrics
  13. Sleep, Jesus, Sleep” | Shannon Harris (Josh Harris’s wife), Sovereign Grace Music | Savior: Celebrating the Mystery of God Become Man
  14. “Somewhere in My Memory” | John Williams, the Boston Pops Orchestra | Joy to the World
  15. Suo Gan,” the instrumental part from 1:11 to 2:19 | Irish Tenors | Home for Christmas

What are some of your favorite songs?

4 responses to Fifteen Favorite Christmas Songs

  1. Agreed with James on “How Many Kings.”

    Also “Glory Be to God” | Sovereign Grace Music | Savior: Celebrating the Mystery of God Become Man

  2. I agree with many of these. Check out Bela Fleck and the Flecktones’s Jingle All the Way. Some of the songs may be an acquired taste, but I love the fun they have with the music!

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