Sunday, January 4, 2009

Sarah Brightman - A winter symphony

. Sunday, January 4, 2009

This is a great album you can listen to during the winter months. Sarah has created it so that you are not stuck with it for the holidays only, you can well listen to this into January and February. I think this album is alot like Sarah McLachlan’s “Wintersong”, in that it’s got a few Christmas tunes, but it is not really a “deck the halls” sort of album.

The music is very beautiful and flows nicely. I miss winter, and this does help in that I can meditate and see the wintery landscape, in particularly with track 6 “Jesu, Joy Of Man’s Desiring”. I do agree with some of the other reviews in that I wish Sarah would not sing in that new “Wispy” sound she’s done with the “Classics”, “Symphony”, and now this album. But variety is what she is known for, and she’ll make many more beautiful albums such as this one. Add this to your “Wintery Collection”, you’ll love it.


01 - Arrival
02 - Colder Than Winter
03 - Ave Maria (Duet With Fernando Lima)
04 - Silent Night
05 - In The Bleak Midwinter
06 - I've Been This Way Before
07 - Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring
08 - Child In A Manger
09 - I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday
10 - Amazing Grace
11 - Ave Maria
12 - I Believe In Father Christmas
13 - When A Child Is Born
14 - Carpe Diem (Duet With Mario Frangoulis)
15 - Happy Christmas (War Is Over)

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