Saturday, November 25, 2017

Christmas songs in Chinese!

Another ten-incher, here.  There are familiar Christmas numbers sung in Chinese--at least, I'm almost sure this is Chinese (so said the ad).  I bought this for the novelty value, but these turn out to be gorgeous renditions in an almost completely Western style (which is kind of a novelty, really--the "Western style" part).  Beautifully recorded, too, and with quite cool cover art.  A winner.

For some reason, Joy to the World is titled Glory For a Child Is Born, and It Came Upon the Midnight Clear goes under, of all names, Christmas Card.  Kind of adds to the charm of the whole thing.  I thoroughly love this album.

Click here to hear:  Christmas Songs

Jingle Bells
Holy Night (Silent Night)
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing!
Glory For a Child Is Born (Joy to the World)
The First Noel
O Come, All Ye Faithful
Christmas Card (It Came Upon the Midnight Clear)
Christmas Tree (O Christmas Tree)

Tower TWK-6 (10-in., 33 1/3)



Ernie said...

Wow! Really looking forward to this one. Did you thrift this locally or was it an eBay find?

Steve Turner said...

This is really something. They sure had to got to a lot of effort to record this album.

Anonymous said...

So interesting! Makes me wonder if it has its origins in Christian missionary work (things along these lines are often made for raising funds back in the States, especially around the holidays). Thanks so much for sharing!

Lee Hartsfeld said...

Happy to share this. And, Ernie, it was an eBay discovery.

Lee Hartsfeld said...

Memories--Interesting. That hadn't occurred to me!

CaptainOT said...

Nice find Lee - and thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Any chance of a re-upload? I missed it last year. Thanks for all the great work!

Lee Hartsfeld said...

Hi, it's back. Bear with the Zippyshare pop-up--just close the pop-up page and reclick the download button. Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot. It's great!