Thursday, July 23, 2020

Christmas In July 2020-30

Wow, part 30!  That's a lot of Christmas music!  Well, maybe not as much as last year, but more if I add in the Nutcracker Suites. I think that's fair, don't you?  Anyhow, it's been a rough week, and once again I'm just throwing up a share without telling you what's in it. I appreciate those of you've been willing to download the music with no idea what's in the package, and especially those who then listen to it and comment.  Makes my job easier when I know folks are listening.  Hopefully this weekend I can get caught up a little and go back to fill in some of these blanks. I will go ahead and mention that there are 16 tracks in the download tonight. Two of them kind of go together, and I probably could have shared them as a single track, but I chose to split it into two.  It's all good stuff, don't worry.  See you tomorrow for more!


Update-25 July 2020-I'm adding in the tracklist as exported and reformatted slightly. It's only a little faster than typing it all in, and you don't get my metacommentary on all the tracks, which may be a good thing.  But at least the info is there for the search engines.

Maurice Abravanel Conducting The Utah Symphony Orchestra--Sleigh Ride--Fiddle Faddle And 14 Other Leroy Anderson Favorites--1967
The Murk Family With Accompanist Betty Bowman--Christmas Medley: It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas; I'm A Little Christmas Tree; All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth; I Don't Want A Lot For Christmas; The Only Thing I Want For Christmas; Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas--Holiday Musicale   
Arthur Whittemore And Jack Lowe, Duo-Pianists--Intro To Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring--More Major Classics For Minors--1964
Arthur Whittemore And Jack Lowe, Duo-Pianists--Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring--More Major Classics For Minors--1964
Tommy Stark--Joy--The Many Moods Of The Magnificent Möller! Theatre Organ-Organ Power Pizza--1976
Richard Robinson--Ten Little Jingle Bells--Songs From "Singing Fun"--1956
Unknown Artist--Toyland--Songs From Walt Disney & Others (AKA Walt Disney Favorites & Others)   
Anita Bryant-Arranged And Conducted By Robert Mersey--G Is For God, Is For God Who Loved And Sent Jesus--The ABC Stories Of Jesus--1962
The Singing Nuns Of Jesus And Mary--Patapan--The Singing Nuns Of Jesus And Mary   
Los Fronterizos-Cantoria De La Basilica Del Socorro-Directed By Father R.P. Segade-Conducted By Ariel Ramirez--Navided Nuestra-Los Reyes Magos (Takirari)--Misa Criolla-From The Argentine-A Folkloristic Expression Of Religious Emotions--1980
The Stockholm Concert Orchestra-Conducted By Hugh Ross--The Messiah-Overture--The Majesty Of Sacred Music--1966
Silver Burdett Records--March--Making Music Your Own-Kindergarten Record II--1966
Alexei Cherkassov, Piano--April-Snowdrop--Tchaikovsky-The Seasons--1978
Jenson Publications--Santa Baby--Superior New Works For Concert Band-Advanced Edition-Volume 23--1988
Jenson Publications--Sing Alleluia For Your Soul--Music For The Choral Ensemble Vol. XV-Young Choir Edition--1983
Brookside Jr. High School Music Department-Concert Chorus-William Bent, Conductor--White Christmas--Winter Concert-Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, 1971--1972

Whew, that's a lot of formatting by hand. Hope it's right...

8 comments:

Buster said...

Just amazing production, with or without documentation!

Ernie said...

Thanks, but the documentation is important. Otherwise it all disappears into the background noise of the internet and no one will ever find it.

RJ said...

Ernie, Once again your Christmas In July is outstanding. It takes me a whole year to catalog everything but I'm not complaining.

I have a request if you have time - last year on December 7, 2019, you posted The Story Of Christmas In Carols (original pressing). I was going to make a CD of that for some friends and noticed that the song "X. He Is Born - La Chorale du Lycee Francais de New York, Sylvia Durieux, Conducting" was omitted and I was wondering if you could include it in one of the remaining Christmas In July posts. I have looked everywhere for it on the internet but it doesn't seem to be available anywhere.

Thanks again for all the work you do to put this together for us Christmas music fanatics.

Rick Rasmusson

Ernie said...

Huh. Track 14 is missing from my MP3 archive, and from the download. I'll have to take a look in the folder at home that has the original rips in it. Could be that the track was messed up and I couldn't get a record of it, but I usually mention that in the post. I'll try to take a look tonight.

Ernie said...

Found the missing track! I posted it in the comments of the original post!

https://ernienotbert.blogspot.com/2019/12/the-mystery-expanded.html

RJ said...

Thanks Ernie...You're really THE BEST!

Rick R.

Patrick said...

There were a few great piano tracks on this one and I also really liked Ten Little Jingle Bells.

Ernie said...

I liked Ten Little Jingle Bells, too, but was disappointed that they only included, what, three of the bells? I believe they even mentioned that in the lyric sheet, saying they didn't have space for the other seven. Too bad, now we'll never know what happened to those bells, they're just lost to history.