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Sing-A-Long With Kristin Chenoweth! Lyrics. Song: The Christmas Waltz Album: A Lovely Way To Spend Christmas Released October 14, 2008.
In October 2002, Chenoweth performed songs from the album in concert for Lincoln Center's American Songbook concert series. Ben Rimalower, in Playbill, praised the album as "a joyous affair". The same year, she appeared as Fanny Brice in the Actor's Fund Benefit Concert of the musical Funny Girl in New York City. In 2003 in London, she performed a solo concert as part of the Divas at the Donmar series for director Sam Mendes. The next year, she released her third solo studio album, entitled A Lovely Way to Spend Christmas. The album included a duet with John Pizzarelli and there are several modern holiday tunes, but many traditional carols as well including The Lord's Prayer.
Artist: Kristin Chenoweth. Album: A Lovely Way to Spend Christmas. Translations: Portuguese, Turkish. A Lovely Way to Spend Christmas. Some like a night at the movies. Some like a dance or a show. Some are content with an evening spent at home by the radio. Some like to live for the moment. Some like to just reminisce. But whenever I have an evening to spend. Just give me one like this. This is a lovely way to spend a Christmas. Catching a breathe of moonlight. I wanna save all my nights and spend them with you. Submitted by Alma Barroca on Sat, 20/08/2016 - 14:52.
Chenoweth stated she had desired to record a Christmas album since signing with Sony Classical in 2000 after being inspired by Barbra Streisand's A Christmas Album as a child. The album has peaked at on the Billboard 200 so far, and has become her first album to chart on the Billboard 200. Studio album by. Kristin Chenoweth. As I Am is Kristin Chenoweth's second solo album, released in 2005. The song Borrowed Angels was written by Diane Warren and given to Chenoweth. The same song was re-recorded and released on a country version on Chenoweth's 2011 album, Some Lessons Learned. Do You Hear What I Hear? "Do You Hear What I Hear?" is a song written in October 1962, with lyrics by Noël Regney and music by Gloria Shayne Baker. The pair, married at the time, wrote it as a plea for peace during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Album · 2008 · 14 Songs. I'll Be Home for Christmas. Kristin Chenoweth, George Doering, Michael Thompson, Harvey Mason, Robbie Buchanan, Randy Waldman, Neil Stubenhaus, Eric Rigler, Doug Livingston, Beverly Staunton & Jonathan Tunick. Kristin Chenoweth, George Doering, Michael Thompson, Harvey Mason, Jonathan Tunick, Robbie Buchanan, Randy Waldman, Neil Stubenhaus, Eric Rigler, Doug Livingston & Beverly Staunton. 3. The Christmas Waltz. Kristin Chenoweth, George Doering, Michael Thompson, Harvey Mason, Robbie Buchanan, Randy Waldman, Neil Stubenhaus, Eric Rigler, Jonathan.
Sony Masterworks is pleased to announce that Kristin Chenoweth's recently released holiday recording, A Lovely Way To Spend Christmas, has garnered the highest sales and chart ranking in her recording career. With increased sales of 63% this week, A Lovely Way To Spend Christmas holds the position on Billboard's Heat Seekers -Top New Artist Chart and continues to steadily climb Billboard's Seasonal and Top 200 Charts.
A Lovely Way To Spend Christmas. Kristin Chenoweth Şarkıları Kristin Chenoweth Albümleri. The Andy Williams Christmas Album Andy Williams. Merry Christmas Mariah Carey. Kristin Chenoweth - Popüler Albümleri. A Lovely Way To Spend Christmas Kristin Chenoweth. As I Am Kristin Chenoweth. Some Lessons Learned Kristin Chenoweth.
Born on Christmas Day. Album A Lovely Way to Spend Christmas. Born on Christmas Day Lyrics. One starry night, so bright The world was filled with love Wonderful sight, the light That shined from up above. The angels proclaimed His Holy Name King of Kings. This is the story, the power and the glory Three wise men knelt to pray A guiding star had led the way There He lay born on Christmas Day. Joy did He bring, the King Let every song rejoice And every heart did sing, hear it ring The sound of heaven's voice.
|1||I'll Be Home for Christmas Kim Gannon / Walter Kent / Buck Ram||Kristin Chenoweth||3:28|
|2||Christmas Island Lyle Moraine||Kristin Chenoweth||3:11|
|3||The Christmas Waltz Sammy Cahn / Jule Styne||Kristin Chenoweth||2:59|
|4||Do You Hear What I Hear? Noël Regney||Kristin Chenoweth||4:07|
|5||Sleigh Ride/Marshmallow World Leroy Anderson / Peter DeRose / Carl Sigman||Kristin Chenoweth feat: John Pizzarelli||3:38|
|6||Sing Robbie Buchanan / Charlie Midnight / Joe Raposo||Kristin Chenoweth||2:59|
|7||Silver Bells Jay Livingston||Kristin Chenoweth||4:11|
|8||Come on Ring Those Bells||Kristin Chenoweth||3:10|
|9||What Child Is This? William Chatterton Dix / Traditional||Kristin Chenoweth||4:12|
|10||Home on Christmas Day Walter Afanasieff||Kristin Chenoweth||3:59|
|11||Born on Christmas Day Keith Andes / Peabo Bryson / Robbie Buchanan||Kristin Chenoweth||4:14|
|12||Sleep Well Little Children/What a Wonderful World Alan Bergman / Robert Thiele / George David Weiss||Kristin Chenoweth||3:20|
Credits:Walter Afanasieff - Composer
Alex Aligikaris - Audio Engineer
Leroy Anderson - Composer
Keith Andes - Composer
Tom Bender - Mixing, Mixing Assistant
Alan Bergman - Composer
Chandler Bridges - Audio Engineer, Digital Editing, Overdubs
Peabo Bryson - Composer
Aubrey Buchanan - Vocals (Background)
Robbie Buchanan - Arranger, Audio Production, Composer, Conductor, Keyboards, Piano, Producer, Programming
Sammy Cahn - Composer
Jorge Calandrelli - Arranger
Kristin Chenoweth - Primary Artist, Vocals
Peter DeRose - Composer
William Chatterton Dix - Composer
George Doering - Guitar (Acoustic), Mandolin
Christine Ebner - Vocals (Background)
Johnson Enos - Vocals (Background)
Kim Gannon - Composer
Mick Guzauski - Mixing
Walter Kent - Composer
Bob Krogstad - Arranger
Laura Kszan - Product Development
Jay Landers - Audio Production
Doug Livingston - Pedal Steel Guitar
Jay Livingston - Composer
Harvey Mason, Sr. - Drums
Charlie Midnight - Composer
Alex Miller - General Manager
Lyle Moraine - Composer
Jaclyn Morse - Production Coordination
John Pizzarelli - Guest Artist, Primary Artist
Buck Ram - Composer
Joe Raposo - Composer
Noël Regney - Composer
Eric Rigler - Flute, Irish Flute, Musician
Aaron J. Sala - Vocals (Background)
Jeffrey Schulz - Art Direction, Design
Carl Sigman - Composer
Roxanne Slimak - Design Direction
Beverley Staunton - Vocals (Background)
Neil Stubenhaus - Bass, Bass (Upright)
Jule Styne - Composer
Robert Thiele - Composer
Michael Thompson - Guitar (Electric)
Traditional - Composer
Jonathan Tunick - Arranger, Conductor
Randy Waldman - Piano
George David Weiss - Composer
Frank Wolf - Audio Engineer, Engineer
Elizabeth A. Wright - Product Development
John Yakubik - Marketing