I’ve featured O Come, O Come Emmanuel lots and lots of times as part of Christmas Songs. This recently released version by Sara Groves has a new tune and setting for the lyrics. It’s very tasteful, and singable I think, though fans of the words themselves would probably prefer the old tune, and those who …
Nathan Clark George provides the final O Come, O Come Emmanuel for this 2018 series. Nathan’s album A Midwinter’s Eve is a fine selection of Advent/Christmas tunes from a variety of backgrounds. Tomorrow we celebrate Jesus’ first coming, everyday we anticipate his second coming and the fulfilment of salvation.
Josh Garrel’s Christmas/Advent album The Light Comes Down featured this recording of O Come, O Come Emmanuel.
I’d heard of Mannheim Steamroller, but didn’t know a thing about them. Apparently they’ve recorded heaps and heaps of Christmas music. Of course that includes O Come, O Come Emmanuel.
Today’s O Come, O Come Emmanuel is by the late Whitney Houston. It demonstrates a measure of her skill as a vocalist relying more on control than histrionics. https://wp.me/puEkf-7ab
O Come, O Come Emmanuel rolls on for another day. This recording is by a duo who record under the name Marian Grace.
This version of O Come, O Come Emmanuel by Citizens (then known as Citizens and Saints) is an interesting artefact. It is recognisable for the band’s style, and an uptempo arrangement that presents the yearning of the song in a different way.