Whew! Day 25. Let's go. Track one is Benny Goodman And His Orchestra doing My Favorite Things. I haven't brought you too many versions of this song this year, so I hope you'll let me get away with this one. I don't think I've ever had the opportunity to share any Benny Goodman here at the blog before, so enjoy this. It's from The Sound Of Music (MGM E3810, Mono, 1959). Track two is by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra-Julius Rudel, Musical Director and their album is Christmas In Concert And More... (Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra/Buffalo Savings Bank (No Catalog Number), Stereo, 1979). This is a locally produced album, probably sold only around the Buffalo area, so I was lucky to find it. Tonight you'll hear a medley of March and Waltz from The Nutcracker Suite, and there's another medley from it coming up soon. Third is Once In Royal David's City by The Choir Of Malvern College Chapel With The Choir Of Hillstone School, Organist-Nigel Hancock from the LP Music From Malvern College Chapel (Wealden Studios (UK) WS 175, Stereo, 1978). This one came to me all the way from Merrie Olde England, which is a lot further away than Buffalo NY. Fourth is Jimmy Ruth And Rusty telling you a little Christmas Story, the second track I've shared from their record, Special Occasions-Songs & Stories For Children (Singchord (Zondervan) ZLP 967, Stereo, 1977). Fifth and finally is Mr. Tony Bennett performing a song called Tell Her It's Snowing from his LP Listen Easy (MGM/Verve MV-5094, Stereo, 1973). The orchestra on this is by Don Costa, so enjoy it. I'm not a huge fan of Tony Bennett, but he's all right, I suppose. Hope you enjoy tonight's selection of music. Here's the download link.