Trace Bundy | A Few Songs For Christmas

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A Few Songs For Christmas

by Trace Bundy

His latest Christmas EP, featuring the much requested "Carol of the Bells" and "O Come O Come Emmanuel," featuring fingerstyle guitar.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. O Come All Ye Faithful
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2:29 album only
2. Joy to the World
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1:57 album only
3. Carol of the Bells
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3:13 album only
4. O Holy Night
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5:24 album only
5. O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
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5:55 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Trace's 4th release to date: "A Few Songs for Christmas". After Trace's popular "two-handed" arrangement of Carol of the Bells made it into his live concert line-up, many fans started demanding a recording of it. That's how this album was born.

It starts with O Come All Ye Faithful, with the melody played entirely using harmonics. Then Joy to the World comes in with some smooth violin accompaniment. That song flows directly into Carol of the Bells, in which the bass line and melody are played at the same time using separate hands. The CD ends with a new arrangement of O Holy Night and an almost haunting version of O Come O Come Emmanuel, both accompanied by violin.

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