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Sunday, December 5, 2010

Hark the Herald Angels Sing and a Christmas Home Tour

Welcome friends! I am so happy that you have popped by to visit me at this very busy time of year! Are you all ready for Christmas? I am so happy to welcome you to my Holiday Home Tour!

Hark the Herald Angels Sing and a Christmas Home Tour
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I would also like to welcome you to the last Tuesday Tune  for 2010! 


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Before I share my Tuesday Tune Hark the Herald Angels Sing and my Christmas Home Tour today, I just want to thank the wonderful people who have, at some stage or another, shared the gift of music with me. I have truly loved listening to every single one of the beautiful songs that my musical friends have shared each week. I have enjoyed listening to them so much that I have added many of your recommendations and choices to my ipod over the course of the year!

Thank you for making Tuesdays so special for me each week!

Well, I am sure that you all know by now how much I love Christmas so, at this very special time of year, I am sure you all probably guessed that I would be posting a Christmas carol at some stage this year! If you have visited my Christmas blog, Keeping the Christmas spirit Alive, 365, you will probably have heard her version of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing in the background. 




I have posted about Sissel, the beautiful and talented singing sensation from Norway, here. Sissel is widely regarded as one of the finest and most talented sopranos in the world. She has sold over six million solo albums and contributed the vocal tracks for the soundtrack to Titanic

Tuesday Tune, Hark the Herald Angels Sing





Hark! The Herald Angels Sing is a beautiful Christmas hymn written by Charles Wesley, brother of the Methodist movement founder John Wesley. It first appeared in Hymns and Sacred Poems in 1739, under the topic of "Hymn for Christmas-Day". The version that we are most familiar with today is an altered version by George Whitefield, Wesley's co-worker. The tune that is normally used for this carol is based on a chorus composed by Felix Mendelssohn in 1840.

I hope you enjoy listening to Sissel's beautiful version of Hark! the Herald Angels Sing. I have posted some pictures of our home all decorated for Christmas that I thought you might like to look at while you listen to one of my very favourite Christmas Carols.


Natasha in Oz's Christmas Home Tour

Welcome!

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Thank you for visiting me today. I hope you enjoyed Hark the Herald Angels Sing and my Christmas Home Tour

If you would like to share a song for the last #TuesdayTune for 2010 please join in! Just link up the url of any of your posts that feature a song to the linky tool below and feel free to grab a button so you can link your post to my blog. Christmas Songs are especially welcome!







Thanks so much for visiting today and if you have linked up to Tuesday Tunethank you from the bottom of my heart!

Best wishes for a very happy week,

Natasha In Oz 


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