Friday, December 23, 2011

Christmas Festivities Part 5

We're a smart bunch here at ATA and know we can't hold a candle to the professionals when it comes to singing. So we'll close out the week with Nsync's acapella version of 'Oh Holy Night'. Merry Christmas everyone!

O Holy Night
Written: 1847
Country of origin: France
Originally by: Placide Cappeau (poem) English translation is by American John Sullivan Dwight
Music by Adolphe-Charles Adam
Did you know?An obscure French poet wrote the words for the song, which was composed by the writer of the famous ballet, "Giselle."

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Anonymous said...

Have to give Nsync points for an interesting modern version of 'Oh Holy Night.' But I think I prefer the more traditional renditions of the song; Celine Dion has an amazing version of it (and I'm not even a Celine Dion fan).

Thanks, ATA for all the fun extras this week. Now take it easy with some spiked eggnog.


Anonymous said...

Jaanz, i agree with you that the ATA Team did a great job with their postings over this past week. Those ladies never let us down. Proud to be a supporter of the ATA team. Happy Holidays to all. Francie M

Dee said...

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Enjoyed the music and thanks for time you put in to maintain the ATA site.

judy said...

Thank you ladies for your continued contributions to this blog throughout the year.
Happy Holidays.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas to all the lovely Ladies at ATA!!

Thank you for the posts this year and for all the hard work!!