OK Dan, You post these things faster that I can respond.
It's nice to hear this without the almost obligatory arpeggio accompaniment. Was this your arrangement? Very nice indeed!
Wow! I got this one to play! Very nice.
Nice work gental and moving .Very good balance of the instruments
believe it or not, it is my own arrangement "big smile"
DPDan, what a lovely arrangement of "Oh Holy Night" and you managed to stay almost out of the normal accompaniment. However, I would like to hear more verses - you decided apparently to make 1 verse enough. Well, with such beautiful hymn we want more.Originally Posted by DPDAN
Normally I have a rule to use 2 or more verses when I arrange hymns or songs.
Beautiful. One of my favorite Christmas songs.
Another superb job Dan. Nice harp work - the glisses work and also nice not to hear the usual arpeggios. I only wish it were longer.
Thank you Gary!
I downloaded "The First Noel" and "O Holy Night" last night - decided to start my day listening to both. I really loved "Noel" - I found it full of warmth and really put me in a good mood for the rest of my day.
Then I opened "O Holy Night" - O holy cow! I just thought it was amazing. I must commend you on your use of the harp, bells, and percussion. They added so much to your beautiful performance. I loved the arrangement ~Simply wonderful!
Thank you so much for sharing this with us! I must say my heart is now full of the Holiday Spirit! (at least until I get onto the freeway)
We are the makers of music and the dreamers of dreams.