The Singing Saw at Christmastime

Julian Koster

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MRG330 | Release Date 2008

Julian Koster (The Music Tapes, Neutral Milk Hotel) presents a new holiday classic. Join the Singing Saw Orchestra as they unite saws both young and old in an enchanting celebration of traditional Christmas songs.

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play The First Noel 02:26 $0.99 Buy
Play Frosty the Snowman 01:36 $0.99 Buy
Play Silent Night 02:18 $0.99 Buy
Play Santa Claus Is Coming To Town 01:48 $0.99 Buy
Play Jingle Bells 02:41 $0.99 Buy
Play White Christmas 02:44 $0.99 Buy
Play Silver Bells 03:17 $0.99 Buy
Play Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 02:51 $0.99 Buy
Play O' Come All Ye Faithful 01:25 $0.99 Buy
Play O' Holy Night 04:16 $0.99 Buy
Play O' Little Town of Bethlehem 01:44 $0.99 Buy
Play We Wish You A Merry Christmas 02:07 $0.99 Buy

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