• Andrea Kelleher

    Hallelujah is right! I love the contemporary version! Thanks for sharing. Merry Christmas 🙂

  • Kim Mills

    Oh I love this song to, both versions! Thanks for sharing and Merry Christmas. 🙂

    • Hi Kim and THANK YOU so much for stopping by. That song just gets me in the mood for the true meaning of Christmas. Merry Christmas to you and yours too!

  • Thank you! I absolutely love the Hallelujah chorus! Our choirmaster let us grade school & high school kids sing with the adults, which I thought was very generous. We practiced so hard, especially trying not to peep during that final two-beat rest! Recently I saw a performance by a flash mob chorus in (something like) Grand Central Station. The crowd was spellbound!

    • Mariann, thanks so much for blog caroling with me this weekend . . . .woo-hoo! Oh, I bet that flash mob chorus performance was a magnificent sight to see. Again thank you for stopping bye and have a very Merry Christmas!

  • Cheri Hudson Passey

    Great song! Thanks so much for sharing. I am loving the Blog Caroling! Merry Christmas!

    • Thanks so much Cheri for stopping today. I’m glad that you love blog caroling as much I do. Then this means that I will look forward to blog caroling with you next year. Again, thank you and Merry Christmas to you and yours!

  • Laura Cosgrove Lorenzana

    Liv, thank you for sharing this. Here’s my favorite: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFYpRS-4Y2A

    • Hi Laura! Thanks for blog caroling with me this evening. Hey I really LIKE that carol sung by the Chieftans! I guess you can tell that I’m partial to lively or very majestic Christmas music – LOL! Wonderful indeed and Merry Christmas to you and yours always!

      • Laura Cosgrove Lorenzana

        Growing up singing in choirs, I was taught all the very old, traditional, songs, which remain my favorites. The Holly and the Ivy and Coventry Carol are among my other favorites!

  • Nicole L. Taylor

    I love the Hallelujah Chorus in its many forms as well! I also love many of the traditional Christmas carols: The Holly and the Ivy, Angels We Have Heard on High, O Come, O Come Emmanuel, We Three Kings, Silent Night, O Come Let Us Adore Him etc.

    • Hey Nicole! Thanks for checking out my blog caroling selection this year. O-o-o-o-oh yes . . . all of the carols you’ve named are favorites of mine as well!