Description: This is Silent Night in German Sung by Nana Mouskouri in the original Language. enjoy! has the words if you want to sing along also with a very few pics of a traditional european christmas!
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Words/Music: Joseph Mohr/Franz X. Gruver (1816). They say Mohr and Gruver wrote this famous Christmas song because they needed a last minute carol to be played in the church of St Nicholas in Oberndorf, Austria. Some years later John Freeman Young wrote the English lyrics for the song. I'm honored of singing in this video with my friend and great artist Kerstin Siewek. This is the link to her youtube channel: www.youtube.com
Filmed in 1998, here Michael Junior sings Stille Nacht and then, with his mentor, Helmut Lotti, Panis Angelicus. He receives a very warm standing ovation. Broadcast on German TV in 2001.
~※ MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!! ※~ My long awaited duet with Anna100l! She has a beautiful voice, and I just love it! please sub to Anna to hear more of this lovely singer!!! www.youtube.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~※ SONG NOTES ※~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We decided to sing Silent Night/Stille Nacht as a bilingual project, with Anna singing the first verse in German, me singing in English for the second verse, and the last verse sung in German again! I arranged the song myself and had us to lots of vocal layering so me and Anna could get that pretty effect! ^_^ I am also playing all the acoustic instruments (recorder, harp, guitar, bells) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~※ A BIG THANKS ※~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ To Anna for her hard work, beautiful vocals, and supportive correspondence without which this duet would not have been possible! ^0^ To my good friend BoAKaN who created the amazing snowing overlay on the video! Thanks so much for helping me on such short notice! ^0^ You're such a sweetie! *hugs* To the amazing artists on deviantart who supplied the beautiful works on this video. I will list and credit you all below so that more people can see your wonderful art! The "????" are where i found the image on google and no artist's name was listed. If you are the artist for one of those PLEASE tell me so I can properly credit you! OO ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~THE ARTISTS ...
Merry Christmas for Everyone! "Silent Night" (German: Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht) is a popular Christmas Carol. The original lyrics of the song Stille Nacht were written in German by the Austrian priest Father Joseph Mohr and the melody was composed by the Austrian headmaster Franz Xaver Gruber. The carol was first performed in the Nikolaus-Kirche (Church of St. Nicholas) in Oberndorf, Austria on December 24, 1818. I´m dreaming of a white Christmas....... www.youtube.com We wish you a merry Christmas: www.youtube.com Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!: www.youtube.com Have yourself a merry little Christmas: www.youtube.com Happy Christmas (War is over) John Lennon: www.youtube.com
STILLE NACHT HEILGE NACHT, COMPOSED BY FRANZ GRUBER SING IN GERMAN BY RICHARD TAUBER, TAUBER RECORDED MANY CHRISTMAS SONGS BOTH NIN GERMANY AND IN ENGLAND... ENJOY!!!!
My apologies if I have butchered this song. Me trying to sing Silent Night in German. :) Hoffentlich es ist okay. :) Danke!
A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ONE AND ALL ! This arrangement as performed by the WSK-VBC of the very popular Austrian Christmas carol is my personal favourite. Music by Franz Xaver Gruber. Lyrics by Joseph Franz Mohr. 1818 See below for the lyrics. Most of the photographs that accompany...
Silent Night sung by the Vienna Boys Choir
Here's my video christmas card to all my online friends, the song is Stille Nacht (German for "Silent Night") sung by the talented Rolando Villazon from the movie "Joyeux Noel" (2005) such a beautiful song which you will understand much more if you watch the film. Which is due to be shown on BBC2 at 13.25 on tuesday 22nd december (possibly on iplayer afterwards) I hope you enjoy!
Silent Nihgt, Holy Night. This world famous Chritmas song was written in 1818 in the country-side of Salzburg, Oberndorf. The composer was a music teacher, Franz Xaver Gruber ant the text was written by a priest, Josef Moor .
Silent Night" (German: Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht) is a popular Christmas carol, composed 1818 in Austria. The carol has been translated into 140 some-odd languages. The song has been recorded by virtually every artist, past and present, who has made a Christmas album. There are versions by Enya (sung in Gaelic), Andrea Bocelli (sung in Italian), Stevie Nicks, Bing Crosby, Mahalia Jackson, an acoustic version by American R 'n' B group Boyz II Men, and an instrumental version by Mannheim Steamroller. Simon & Garfunkel recorded an ironic version of the song in which a depressing radio news report is overheard in the background. There have been choral recordings by the King's College Choir, the Cambridge Singers, the Robert Shaw Chorale, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Harry Simeone Chorale, the Vienna Boys' Choir, and many other classical choral groups.The version recorded by Bing Crosby is one of the fewer than thirty all-time singles to have sold 10 million (or more) copies worldwide. Other notable appearances The African-American singer-activist Paul Robeson recorded the song several times; his 1937 recording uses a British translation rather than the one more commonly found in the USA. In 1943, the Austrian exile Hertha Pauli wrote the book Silent Night. A Story of a Song, in which she explained to American children the origin of the song. The book was illustrated by Fritz Kredel. Glendale, California's radio broadcaster, Bob Holiday narrated this Christmas carol ...
Origin of the song "Slient night": The original lyrics of the song "Stille Nacht" were written in German by the Austrian priest, Father Josef Mohr, and the melody was composed by the Austrian school headmaster, Franz Xaver Gruber. It was first performed in 1818 at Oberndorf, in the province of Salzburg, Austria. Today, it is sung in over 300 languages and dialects throughout the world. --------------------------------------------------- When I started on YT, I was especially interested in the historical forums, in being there and "listening" to people talking. I often saw anger, and many old injuries and grievances standing between countries. There are many historical wrongs between the different countries of the world, but while we cannot change the past, all of us can influence the present and the future with the way we "talk" to each other. As music "talks" so much deeper to the hearts of people than plain words, I thought that at this time and season I would very much like to be a voice of peace, so I have recorded this Christmas carol from my home country, Austria, for you all. Music is the universal language of mankind and we can understand its message in our souls no matter what our native tongue. I send this song of peace to all of you (ale szczególnie polsce, krajowi w ktorym moje serce zaczyna spiewać) with my heart-felt wish for peace and harmony amongst and between us. Dedication: I dedicate this song to all of my YT friends (through whom I have learnt so much ...
From Wikipedia: Silent Night" (German: "Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht") is a popular Christmas carol. The original lyrics of the song "Stille Nacht" were written in Oberndorf bei Salzburg, Austria, by the priest Father Joseph Mohr and the melody was composed by the Austrian headmaster Franz Xaver Gruber. In 1859, John Freeman Young (second Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Florida) published the English translation that is most frequently sung today. The version of the melody that is generally sung today differs slightly (particularly in the final strain) from Gruber's original, which was a sprightly, dance-like tune in 6/8 time, as opposed to the slow, meditative lullaby version generally sung today. Today, the lyrics and melody are in the public domain.
The words of this song, known in English as "Silent Night", were written just before Christmas in 1818, by Joseph Mohr, 26-year old assistant to the priest at St. Nicholas' Church at Oberndorf, a village 11 miles down the Salzach River from Salzburg. He asked his friend, 31-year-old Franz X. Gruber, a school teacher in the neighboring village of Arnsdorf and organist at St. Nicholas', to set it to music so that they could sing it together at the midnight Christmas service, using guitar accompaniment as the church organ had broken down. This song was to become best known of all carols, translated into every language, yet before that it was almost lost. After its initial performance it was forgotten for seven years, until Carl Mauracher was commissioned to rebuild the organ at St. Nicholas' in 1825, and found a handwritten copy of the words and music in the organ loft. He took it back to his Tyrolian home where choral groups took the song with them wherever they sang. It became known as "the Tyrolian folk carol." When it became the favourite carol of King Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia, the director of the Royal Court Choir of Berlin researched its origins, in 1854, and traced it back to Salzburg and its composers, Joseph Mohr and Franz X. Gruber. I learned it many years ago at school in German lessons, though I've probably forgotten a lot of the pronunciation. Here is my playlist of Christmas Songs: www.youtube.com You can see a playlist of my European songs here: www ...
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