Thursday, December 22, 2016

On Island Time

Cold enough for you?  Not here.  And probably not in Hawaii, either, though I heard they had snow recently at the top of the mountains.  I can't even imagine snow in a tropical paradise.  But you probably are giving a lot of thought to the tropical paradise part right now.  How about this Hawaiian share from 2012 to warm you up a little?  Not a bad way to celebrate Thursday before Christmas.  This is The Kamehameha Schools With The Hawaii Youth Symphony Orchestra-Kamehameha Sings At Christmas (IMUA Records SYB-2256, -2257, Stereo, 1968)

1. Choral Fanfare For Christmas
2. Christmas Festival
3. Angelus Ad Pastores Ait
4. Here We Come A-Wassailing
5. Do You Hear What I Hear
6. Sleigh Ride
7. Carols In Hawaiian: Pomaika'i Wale Ko Ke Ao (Joy To The World); Ho'onani Kakou Iaia (O, Come All ye Faithful); Po La'l E (Silent Night)
8. Mele Kalikimaka
9. Glory To God (The Christmas Story)
10. Snow, Snow, Beautiful Snow
11. Winter Wonderland
12. We Need A Little Christmas (Mame)
13. White Christmas
14. Selections From The Messiah: And The Glory Of The Lord; Hallelujah!


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