Benji Flaming | Silent Night

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Silent Night

by Benji Flaming

A collection of beloved Christmas carols arranged for unaccompanied baritone ukulele.
Genre: Holiday: New Age
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1. Good King Wenceslas
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2. Angels We Have Heard On High
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3. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
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4. O Come, All Ye Faithful
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5. Jolly Old St. Nicholas
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6. Away in a Manger
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7. Silent Night
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8. Joy to the World
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9. Coventry Carol
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10. O Holy Night
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11. The First Noel
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12. We Wish You a Merry Christmas
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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There are countless feasts and holidays celebrated around the world each year. To the best of my knowledge, however, none of them have musical traditions which are nearly as rich and far-reaching as those of Christmas.

The carols on this CD have been shared and enjoyed every December for hundreds of years. They have transcended geographic, political, and linguistic boundaries. I have elected to present them here on the ukulele, partially as a demonstration of my firm belief that music also transcends the perceived boundaries between different instruments, and partially because it simply seemed like something fun to do.


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