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Escape to…A Child's Christmas – December 2010

  1. A Boy Was Born on Christmas, Hans L. Hassler (Passion Chorale), Anita Kerr, Traditional Harmony by J. S. Bach, transcribed by Woody Woodward
  2. Mary Had a Baby, Traditional Spiritual, arranged by Craig Courtney
  3. A Cradle Song, Stephen Chatman, William Blake (1757-1827), adapted by Stephen Chatman
  4. Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella, Traditional French Carol, Traditional, additional lyrics by Glenn E. Poore, arranged by Glenn E. Poore
  5. Cradle Carol, Ralph Vaughan Williams, George Wither (1588-1667), arranged by Michael Wolniakowski
  6. Mary, Where is Your Baby?, Donald Bailey
  7. The Little Road to Bethlehem, Michael Head, Margaret Rose
  8. Follow That Star to Bethlehem, Emily Crocker
  9. Die Stimme des Kindes, Jaakko Mäntyjärvi, Nikolaus Lenau
  10. Carol, Linda Williams, Hilaire Belloc (1870-1953)
  11. Past Three a Clock, Traditional English, arranged by Edwin Fissinger
  12. All is Well, Michael W. Smith & Wayne Kirkpatrick, arranged by Joseph Graham
  13. Glory, Glory, Glory to the Newborn King, Based on “Go Tell it on the Mountain”, additional words & music by Moses Hogan
  14. It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas, Meredith Willson, arranged by Mac Huff
  15. Silver Bells, Jay Livingston & Ray Evans, From “The Lemon Drop Kid”, arranged by Mac Huff
  16. Christmas Time is Here, Vince Guaraldi, Lee Mendelson, arranged by Audrey Snyder,
  17. Carol of the Drum, Katherine K. Davis
  18. New Dance for the Sugar Plum Fairy, based on Tchaikovsky’s “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy”, Amy Engelhardt, arranged by Michelle Weir
  19. Some Children See Him, Alfred Burt, Wihla Hutson
  20. Bright, Bright the Holly Berries, Alfred Burt, Wilha Hutson
  21. Elves’ Bells, Stephen Chatman
  22. Jingle Bells, James L. Pierpont, adapted by Gordon Langford, arranged by Gordon Langford
  23. Throw the Yule Log on, Uncle John, PDQ Bach (1807-1742)? reverently edited by Professor Peter Schickele
  24. Mary Had a Baby, William L. Dawson
  25. Look Up, Children, Jay Althouse
  26. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Hugh Martin and Ralph Blaine, arranged by Robert Convery