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Along the Road to Bethlehem Import

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  • Performer: Toronto Children's Chorus
  • Composer: Various
  • Audio CD (Aug. 9 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Cbc
  • Run Time: 68.00 minutes
  • ASIN: B000025VEG
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1. Star Carol
2. The Kings
3. Sussex Carol
4. See Amid the Winter's Snow
5. Jesus child: Jesus Child
6. Christmas Triptych (arr. D. Holman): I. Song of the Crib
7. Christmas Triptych (arr. D. Holman): II. Wexford Carol
8. Christmas Triptych (arr. D. Holman): III. The Garden of Jesus (Dutch)
9. Good King Wenceslas
10. 3 Winter Songs: I. Hey! Now
11. 3 Winter Songs: II. Mid–Winter
12. 3 Winter Songs: III. Farewell! Advent
13. Shepherd's Pipe Carol
14. Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
15. The Last Straw – a Christmas Fable: I. Hoshmakaka! Wake up!...
16. The Last Straw – a Christmas Fable: II. We are small, too small to do anything
17. The Last Straw – a Christmas Fable: III. Please take our gift
18. The Last Straw – a Christmas Fable: IV. At last the dark night gives me pause
19. The Last Straw – a Christmas Fable: V. Hoshmakaka, time to get up
20. The Last Straw – a Christmas Fable: VI. I have a Gift for you to bear
See all 22 tracks on this disc

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Along The Road To Bethlehem

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa64489a8) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Jenn - Published on
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Yes, I enjoyed this CD to add to my Christmas collection......the children's voices are magical. I did find the spoken word a little tedious as I load-up the CD player and enjoy/sing along as I do other things. With the fable I had to stop and listen to the words......maybe not exactly what I expected!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa646ea68) out of 5 stars Not Just Christmas Cliches April 4 2011
By James S. Eisenberg - Published on
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Almost totally lacking in Christmas standards, and the few that are there in highly unusual arrangements, this disc may be an ideal choice if you have heard the standards a few hundred times too many.
Featuring excellent performances from The Toronto Children's Chorus, members of The Toronto Symphony, and special guest star, tenor Ben Heppner (in top form), The program is very entertaining.
Whether or not you like the disc may depend on how much you like the largest work, a mini Christmas opera or pageant called THE LAST STRAW by Ruth Watson Henderson. Ben Heppner, very far indeed from his Wagner and Strauss roles, plays an aged camel who is carrying presents for the baby Jesus. Loaded up with treasures, he is barely able to walk, but is too conceited to admit defeat. A small child asks him to carry a single straw for Jesus' bed. Although the camel complains about his Sciatica a few too many times, this work is ultimately very moving, and not without a certain sense of humor.
The sound recording is excellent and there are full texts.
It is to be lamented that the CBC label is apparently no longer making discs. Snap them up while you can.
HASH(0xa646ea2c) out of 5 stars Along the road to Bethlehem Feb. 7 2007
By Randy N. Banks - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The Toronto Children's chorus is always a hit with me, but I somehow did not enjoy the long piece at the end. It kind of put me to sleep.