As promised yesterday here’s a more Pitch Perfect rendition of O Come, O Come Emmanuel, this time featuring a female group. (and seemingly one random dude)
Today we add a male a capella version of O Come, O Come Emmanuel for Pitch Perfect fans out there.
I’ll look around for a female version.
Here’s a stadium rock sort of version of O Come, O Come Emmanuel from group For King And Country, who are a Christian band based in the US with Australian roots. I hadn’t really heard of them.
There’s an interlude-y bit toward the end.
Lauren Daigle had a Christmas album out a year or two ago called Behold that has just had a special edition re-release.
One of the tracks is a pensive version of O Come, O Come Emmanuel.
OK, here’s another rendition of O Come, O Come Emmanuel.
I’m neither committing one way or the other on whether this will keep going, but if there’s another one tomorrow…
This one is by Matt Maher from his Advent/Christmas themed album The Advent Of Christmas.
I’m struggling with the temptation to simply post a version of O Come, O Come Emmanuel every day until Christmas.
Maybe once a week.
Here’s the Franz Family with a favourite rendition of mine.
And, as a bonus this one verse version featuring The Clark Sisters (who I’d never heard of).
The video is wonky, but the audio is perfect.
I’m a little late with Christmas Songs this year. It was a big weekend.
But that doesn’t mean this year’s start will be different from any other.
Here’s Gather ‘round Ye Children, Come, the first track on Andrew Peterson’s album Behold The Lamb Of God.
There’s a playlist of the whole album that follows so you can hear the whole thing.
There’s always the chance that someone out there hasn’t heard it, so here it is again.