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Golden Christmas


A Golden Christmas : Christmas songs arranged for flute and harp

  • Published by Move Records [MD3169] — 1 CD
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A superb collection of popular Christmas carols and songs, arranged for the charming combination of flute and harp. Experience the ambience of Christmas with 'Deck the hall', 'White Christmas', 'Silver Bells', 'The first nowell', 'God rest ye merry gentlemen', 'Have yourself a merry little Christmas' and many more.

Elizabeth Koch and Suzanne Handel (both from the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra) make this a Christmas disc that will be played again and again.

Track Listing

Deck the Hall (trad. arr. Kerin Bailey)
It came Upon the Midnight Clear (trad. arr. Suzanne Handel)
Sleigh Ride (Leroy Anderson arr. Kerin Bailey)
Coventry Carol (arr. Suzanne Handel)
White Christmas (Irving Berlin arr. Kerin Bailey)
Greensleeves (trad. arr. Suzanne Handel)
Silver Bells (Jay Livingstone and Ray Evans arr. Kerin Bailey)
Frosty the Snowman (Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins arr. Kerin Bailey)
Away in a Manger (trad. arr. Suzanne Handel)
Christmas Day (William James arr. Kerin Bailey)
Caroling, Caroling (Alfred Burt arr. Kerin Bailey)
The First Nowell (trad. arr. Suzanne Handel)
Lo How a Rose e're Blooming (arr. Suzanne Handel)
O Tannenbaum (trad. arr. Suzanne Handel)
Silver Stars (William James arr. Kerin Bailey)
The Christmas Song (Mel Torme and Robert Wells arr. Kerin Bailey)
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (trad. arr. Suzanne Handel)
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane arr. Kerin Bailey)

Press Quotes

"persuasive accounts of a variety of festive music ... an ideal choice for background music on any Christmas Day."

- Stuart Thomas, The Melburnian

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