Reprise | 'Tis the Season

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'Tis the Season

by Reprise

Introducing a festive side, Reprise presents a holiday album with songs from all ages and harmony as smooth as velvet. Guaranteed to be one of your all time favorite Christmas albums.
Genre: Classical: Choral Music
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1. Deck the Hall
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2. Away in a Manger
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3. Santa Claus is Coming to Town
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4. I Wonder What You're Doing for Christmas
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5. Christ is Born
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6. Coventry Carol
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7. Jingle Bells
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8. An Old-Fashioned Christmas
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9. White Christmas
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10. Silent Night
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Album Notes
This album comes as one of three albums recorded by Reprise. The music is simply a list of the groups favorites. Arguably the most successful recording project the group has tackled since it started singing together over ten years ago. The music is tastefully interpreted, skillfully delivered, and powerfully expressed. A few of our favorites include, "Away in a Manger", "White Christmas", "Coventry Carol", and "I Wonder What You're Doing for Christmas". You will not be disappointed as you hear four soloists sing together as one.


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