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Home for the Holidays - Alma Russell; Brian Stokes Mitchell; Gabriel Pegis (violin); Julie Spangler (piano); Rodrick Dixon (tenor); Timothy Lees (violin); Winton Woods Varsity Ensemble; Cincinnati May Festival Chorus (choir, chorus); New York Voices (choir, chorus)
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  1. Deck the Halls (Welsh)
  2. Cantique de Noël, for voice & orchestra ("Minuit, Chrétiens," "O Holy Night")
  3. We Three Kings of Orient Are
  4. I Believe, song for chorus
  5. Jolly Old St. Nicholas / Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town, medley for chorus & pops orchestra
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  1. Deck the Halls (Welsh)
  2. Cantique de Noël, for voice & orchestra ("Minuit, Chrétiens," "O Holy Night")
  3. We Three Kings of Orient Are
  4. I Believe, song for chorus
  5. Jolly Old St. Nicholas / Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town, medley for chorus & pops orchestra
  6. Angel's Dance, for pops orchestra
  7. There's No Place Like Home for the Holidays
  8. Go Tell It on the Mountain, Christmas song (American)
  9. Ave Maria, for voice & piano, CG 89e (after Bach's Prelude No. 1 from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1)
  10. L' Arlésienne, suite for orchestra No. 2, from the incidental music (arranged by Ernest Guirard): Farandole
  11. Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus, for 2 narrators & orchestra (after "Nimrod" from Elgar's Enigma Variations)
  12. Sleigh Ride, for orchestra (or string orchestra)
  13. A Winter Miracle, for violin & orchestra (after Vivaldi's "Winter" & "Hanukkah O Hanukkah")
  14. Parade of the Wooden Soldiers, for chorus & band
  15. We Wish You a Merry Christmas (English)
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Home for the Holidays offers familiar Christmas music in light classical and easy listening arrangements, performed with festive cheer by John Morris Russell and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. Featured performers include tenor Rodrick Dixon, violinists Timothy Lees and Gabriel Pegis, and pianist Julie Spangler, and the orchestra is joined by the May Festival Chorus and the Winton Woods High School Varsity Ensemble, so there is a fairly wide variety of vocal, choral, and instrumental settings of these perennial favorites. ...

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