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The Christmas Trilogy

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Download links and information about The Christmas Trilogy by Trans - Siberian Orchestra. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Traditional Pop Music genres. It contains 80 tracks with total duration of 04:33:13 minutes.

Artist: Trans - Siberian Orchestra
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Traditional Pop Music
Tracks: 80
Duration: 04:33:13
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. An Angel Came Down 3:51
2. O Come All Ye Faithful / O Holy Night (Instrumental) 4:19
3. A Star To Follow 3:49
4. First Snow (Instrumental) 3:52
5. The Silent Nutcracker (Instrumental) 2:22
6. A Mad Russian's Christmas (Instrumental) 4:42
7. The Prince of Peace 3:32
8. Christmas / Sarajevo 12/24 (Instrumental) 3:25
9. Good King Joy 6:35
10. Ornament 3:37
11. The First Noel (Instrumental) 0:54
12. Old City Bar 6:17
13. Promises To Keep 2:41
14. This Christmas Day 4:20
15. An Angel Returned 3:52
16. O Holy Night 2:39
17. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen 1:16
18. The Ghosts of Christmas Eve (Remastered Version) 2:15
19. Boughs of Holly (Remastered Version) 4:24
20. The World That She Sees (Remastered Version) 3:00
21. The World That He Sees (Remastered Version) 4:45
22. Midnight Christmas Eve (Remastered Version) 4:21
23. March of the Kings/Hark the Herald Angel (Remastered Version) 3:52
24. The Three Kings and I (What Really Happened) [Remastered Version] 6:29
25. Christmas Canon 4:19
26. Joy of Man's Desire / Angels We Have Heard On High (Remastered Version) 3:55
27. Find Our Way Home (Remastered Version) 3:45
28. Appalachian Snowfall (Remastered Version) 4:12
29. The Music Box (Remastered Version) 3:01
30. The Snow Came Down (Remastered Version) 5:43
31. Christmas In the Air (Remastered Version) 4:12
32. Dream Child (A Christmas Dream) [Remastered Version] 7:04
33. An Angel's Share (Remastered Version) 3:05
34. Music Box Blues (Remastered Version) 5:36
35. Faith Noel 4:32
36. The Lost Christmas Eve Narration 5:20
37. The Lost Christmas Eve 5:33
38. Christmas Dreams Narration 1:24
39. Christmas Dreams 3:54
40. Wizards In Winter Narration 0:53
41. Wizards In Winter (Instrumental) 3:05
42. Remember Narration 1:02
43. Remember 3:25
44. Anno Domine Narration 0:45
45. Anno Domine 2:13
46. Christmas Concerto Narration 1:46
47. Christmas Concerto (Instrumental) 0:42
48. Queen of the Winter Night Narration 3:59
49. Queen of the Winter Night 3:11
50. Christmas Nights In Blue Narration 3:06
51. Christmas Nights In Blue 4:18
52. Christmas Jazz Narration 0:16
53. Christmas Jazz (Instrumental) 2:16
54. Christmas Jam Narration Short 0:15
55. Christmas Jam 3:47
56. Siberian Sleigh Ride Narration 0:14
57. Siberian Sleigh Ride (Instrumental) 3:08
58. What Is Christmas? Narration 1:54
59. What Is Christmas? (Vocals Up) 2:51
60. For the Sake of Our Brother Narration 1:16
61. For the Sake of Our Brother 3:09
62. The Wisdom of Snow Narration 9:45
63. The Wisdom of Snow (Instrumental) 2:01
64. Wish Liszt (Toy Shop Madness) Narration 0:54
65. Wish Liszt (Toy Shop Madness) [Instrumental] 3:42
66. Back to a Reason, Pt. II Narration 4:01
67. Back To a Reason, Pt. II 4:52
68. Christmas Bells, Carousels & Time Narration 0:47
69. Christmas Bells, Carousels & Time (Instrumental) 1:04
70. What Child Is This? Narration 7:58
71. What Child Is This? 5:57
72. O' Come All Ye Faithful Narration 4:15
73. O' Come All Ye Faithful (Instrumental) 1:26
74. O Come All Ye Faithful / O Holy Night Narration 3:36
75. O Come All Ye Faithful / O Holy Night (Instrumental) 4:19
76. Christmas Canon Rock Narration 4:56
77. Christmas Canon Rock 5:02
78. Different Wings Narration 1:12
79. Different Wings 2:44
80. Final Narration 0:27

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In 2004, Trans-Siberian Orchestra finished their "Christmas trilogy" with the massive — some would say ponderous — The Lost Christmas Eve. Wasting none of the holiday season's precious shopping time, the Christmas Trilogy box set landed two weeks after that album, giving the band's loyal fan base a set to give — some would say inflict — to their friends. Then again, maybe they'll just want to hold on to the set since there's a DVD with appearances by Jewel and Michael Crawford and the lavishly illustrated booklet includes all the lyrics and background stories. You really should dabble in Trans-Siberian's dramatic, huge world of Christmas music through the eyes of classic rock before laying down the money for the set. If you just need a bit of this 60-piece, the first album is the most inspired, but it's not enough for most who get hooked. Although the next two albums gave diminishing returns, Trans-Siberian producer/mastermind Paul O'Neill kept pouring his heart into the music and always offered some genuine thrills. Great presentation and a packed DVD make up for a lot of note-spinning on the third disc, and what was a wintry night made for besides curling up with a precious, hope-filled story, no matter how cumbersome?