The weather outside is kinda frightful especially if you’re walking in this winter wonderland, but inside the decked halls of the Library, we’ve got a wide selection of holiday music sure to warm you up.
Why there’s the Robertson’s clan, bringing you Duck the Halls (CD 781.723 ROB). Why indeed.
And just when you think Susan Boyle can’t perform any more miracles she gives us Home for Christmas (CD 781.723 BOY). The first track is a duet with Elvis, the first ever posthumous recording the King has done of “O Come, All ye Faithful.”
More of a traditionalist?
And finally, what blog post would be complete without providing some holiday magic from the Piano Guys on YouTube?
‘Tis the season when it’s so much more festive baking cookies, festooning the foyer or checking your credit card limit whilst Bing or Sufjan croon beloved yuletide tunes in the background.
This year, as in any year, we’ve added some sure-to-be-classics to the collection. Come and behold them!
Yes, that’s an odd arrangement of CD covers. Consider it a holiday craft gone awry. If it turns out you can’t get your hands on any of the above CDs, please consider this gift of free music: Download Handel’s Messiah using just three of your five weekly downloads from Freegal. You don’t even have to send me a thank-you note for that.