Blogmas Day 25: The MIXTAPE

Here are all the songs I wrote about (or mentioned) in one place. Some of these are on a Spotify playlist.

  1. “The People Who Walked in Darkness” – Mary Louise Bringle
  2. “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” – Traditional
  3. “My Soul Cries Out with a Joyful Shout/Canticle of the Turning/Star of County Down” – Arr. John Ferguson
  4. “Holy Is His Name” – John Michael Talbot
  5. “Of the Father’s Love Begotten” – Aurelius Clemens Prudentius
  6. “Wait for the Lord” – Taize
  7. “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” – Traditional (Charles Wesley/Felix Mendelssohn)
  8. “Jesus, Jesus, O What A Wonderful Child” – Mariah Carey (to the best of my knowledge)
  9. “O Come, All Ye Faithful” – Traditional (Wade/Oakeley)
  10. “While We Are Waiting, Come” – Don Cason
  11. “Soon and Very Soon” – Andrae Crouch
  12. “O Holy Night” – Traditional (Dwight/Adam)
  13. “Agnus Dei” – Michael W. Smith (again, to the best of my knowledge; also very shaky on the whole “Christmas” thing)
  14. “Alpha and Omega” – Israel and New Breed
  15. “Joy to the World!” – Traditional (Isaac Watts/Handel)
  16. “Hallelujah, Salvation, and Glory”– Stephen Hurd
  17. “Hallelujah Chorus” – Handel, Messiah
  18. “O Come, Let Us Adore Him”– Traditional
  19. “Emmanuel” – Norman Hutchins
  20. “Let Us Adore” – Elevation Worship
  21. “Holy” – Kim Walker-Smith
  22. “Keep Your Lamps!” – African-American Spiritual
  23. “The Night that Christ Was Born” – Kirk Franklin
  24. “Like You Promised” – Amber Brooks
  25. “Como Dijiste” – Christine D’Clario
  26. “Days of Elijah” – Robin Mark
  27. “Lift Up Your Heads, O Ye Gates” – William Mathias
black cassette tape on top of red and yellow surface

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