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Title:
Christmas extraordinaire
Author:
Mannheim Steamroller (Musical group)
Publication Information:
Omaha, Nebraska : American Gramaphone, [2001]

â„—2001
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.
Language:
English
Contents:
Hallelujah (from The Messiah) (4:43) -- White Christmas (3:38) -- Away in a manger (3:24) -- Faeries (from The Nutcracker) (2:29) -- Do you hear what I hear? (4:06) -- The first Noel (3:39) -- Silver bells (4:29) -- Fum, fum, fum (4:51) -- Some children see him (3:35) -- Winter wonderland (3:41) -- O Tannenbaum / featuring Johnny Mathis (3:02) -- Auld lang syne (3:45)
Added Author:
UPC:
012805122528
Format :
Music CD

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Summary

Summary

Longtime holiday favorite Mannheim Steamroller's Christmas Extraordinaire is yet another holiday collection by the group. It's not much of departure from Mannheim's other holiday collections. If anything, it aims to resurrect the spirit of preceding holiday releases by Mannheim. There's a good chance if you enjoy other Mannheim holiday albums you'll enjoy this one. It's not one of the group's more noteworthy releases, but it should please Mannheim's devoted following. Some of the featured songs include "Hallelujah," "White Christmas," "Away in a Manger," and "Winter Wonderland," among others. ~ Jason Birchmeier