Burchfield Brothers | All Is Well Christmas

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All Is Well Christmas

by Burchfield Brothers

With a hint of Brazilian, French, Italian and Spanish, this recording offers a potpourri of flavors from soft jazz to light classical, blended in with our favorite carols.
Genre: Holiday: Spiritual
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1. What Child Is This?
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2. The First Noel
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3. Do You Hear What I Hear?
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4. I Wonder as I Wander
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5. Angels We Have Heard On High
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6. Winter Solitude
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7. Little Drummer Boy
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8. Vivaldi's Winter
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9. O Come, O Come Emmanuel
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10. Ave Maria
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11. O Holy Night
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12. No Eye Had Seen / All Is Well
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Album Notes
Influenced by “Mannheim Steamroller”, the live strings, multiple keyboards and acoustic guitars made this project one of the best Christmas collections the Burchfields have recorded. Styles reminiscent of Latin, European and Classical flow gently from song to song giving it an organic, eclectic feel.

The album begins with soft, rhythms of South America that seem to conjure up images of romantic getaways in Rio De Janeiro. Intertwining classical, jazz and Spanish guitar throughout provides the backdrop until the very end when all is brought to a slower pace. In the reflective style of pianist George Winston, the final song is played with conviction and tenderness.


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