Various ‎– A Christmas Concert

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CBS Special Products ‎– P 15440
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A1 O Come, All Ye Faithful
Choir – Mormon Tabernacle ChoirConductor – Leonard BernsteinDirected By – Richard P. CondieOrchestra – New York Philharmonic*
A2 Away In A Manger / We Three Kings Of Orient Are
Baritone Vocals – Earl WrightsonOrchestra – Andre Kostelanetz His Chorus And Orchestra*
A3 The Twelve Days Of Christmas
Choir – Mormon Tabernacle ChoirConductor – Leonard BernsteinDirected By – Richard P. CondieOrchestra – New York Philharmonic*
A4 Good King Wenceslas
Choir – Greg Smith Singers, Texas Boys' ChoirOrchestra – New York Brass And Percussion EnsembleOrgan – E. Power Biggs
A5 Silent Night, Holy Night / Joy To The World
Orchestra – Philadelphia Brass Ensemble
B1 Angels From The Realms
Conductor – Erich LeinsdorfOrchestra – The London Symphony Orchestra
B2 What Child Is This
Choir – Greg Smith Singers, Texas Boys' ChoirOrchestra – New York Brass And Percussion EnsembleOrgan – E. Power Biggs
B3 Trepak
Piano – Peter Nero
B4 Halleluja Chorus
Conductor – Paul Freeman (3)Orchestra – The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
B5 We Wish You A Merry Christmas
Chorus – St. Francis De Sales Boychoir, Temple University Choir*Conductor – Eugene OrmandyDirected By – Peter La Manna, Robert PageOrchestra – The Philadelphia Orchestra

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JohnCharlesThomas

JohnCharlesThomas

August 12, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
This was not released originally on Columbia, nor is it EARL WRIGHTSON. It was on Ambassador Records. Then on tape, but I bought that tape and funny thing. The one I personally received had no vocals by Joseph Toner. Why was it on Ambassador Records? What is Ambassador? Primarily it is a Disney label. But during the REVOLT by Sinatra, Garland, and dozens of others including Bernstein, against the control of the Met by the now neo Nazis in the 50's, they and many country stars, the rat pack, and Joseph Toner, using a fake name, as he was still blacklisted, took our culture back. These are stolen from that time. Oh yes, and it is totally illegal, as per the Supreme Court. BTW, it has also been proven that there are at least THREE, maybe FOUR "Wrightsons" One actually had a real career. The original singer from Annie Got Your Gun. Look it up in the NY Times. Then sang for R&H, Not bad. The original never left GERMANY. INSANITY. He is all over Musical America-a GERMAN PUBLICATION FROM BERLIN, and then, last year the people of Berlin finally publicly admitted he was on Berlin TV, broadcast to the US, and sold the discs and DVD's, naming him as a TENOR. The "Blossom Time" he was supposedly in? Each edition was unique. His was very special. It was the ORIGINAL FROM 1921-24! recorded as soon as electric processes were available. Being born in 22, that was rough.