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Carol of the Bells - Celtic Woman

With all the holiday cheer that's commencing on blogosphere, I can't stay impervious anymore. It had to be christmas on my cybernook by now. So I thought I'd kick off the holidays by posting a fabulous christmas song. It's such a delight to find Celtic Woman performing one of my favorite christmas tunes of all time - Carol of the Bells. Watch the violinist :)


Proceed to Diane's Good Mourning, Glory! for more music

Comments

Anonymous said…
You sly little Fox you. Here I had to go search for this on YouTube after your Monday Mayhem post and then you come up and post it for Musical Monday. WOOT!! I love it. Have a wonderful week ahead :)
Hazel said…
Whoahahhahah! so that's why I thought the first comment I read from you today was for Musical Monday... rofl!
Jedediah said…
That's a version I hadn't come across before and I love it. Carol of the Bells is my favourite Christmas song, too. My MM is here
Diane said…
trinity and i really enjoyed that this morning! she says this is her favorite MM post today! :)
ROSIDAH said…
Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful week and holiday, Hazel! My MM is on my favorite YouTube videos blog.

MM: Time For Miracles
That's beautiful!! Love it! Happy MM!
Amy said…
How pretty.. Thanks...
I LOVE the Celtic Women! Watched them on PBS last year they were absolutely fabulous. They have such angelic voices. Great Pick!!
Hazel said…
Jedidiah, I'm glad to know another one considers Carol of the Bells as a fave

Diane, tell Trinity she's got great taste :)

Rosidah, you're welcome

Karen and Amy, indeed it is

Kirsty, I've never seen them anywhere other than youtube, but I'm satisfied with youtube for now. Maybe one day I can watch them live. It will be awesome I'm sure
blueviolet said…
Oh my, that is just beautiful!!!
Run DMT said…
I love Celtic Woman! PBS plays them all the time, especially during their fundraising events. They sound like a choir of angels. Love it! Great pick for the holidays!
Lorielle said…
I love this! Fabulous!
Denise said…
I LOVE Celtic Woman!!! Hubby & I bought the Christmas DVD when we saw them in concert recently & it gets played at least once a day.

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