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Fantasmic and Carol Of The Bells (?)

Discussion in 'Archive' started by relivemagic, Dec 6, 2005.

  1. relivemagic

    relivemagic New Member

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    Hiya everyone! Been reading this site for years but never really had any questions that eventually didn't get answered by any of you at some point.

    But now I have one! I was just at MGM and before Fantasmic started they were running a Christmas loop and played a beautiful version of "Carol of the Bells" and I can't figure out where to buy it! It's not the David Foster one from Epcot's Lights of Winter. It's a more subdued version with some piano.

    Anyone know what artist did this version of the song? I'd love to be able to listen to it at home. :)
     
  2. thx99

    thx99 Real-life Harry Caul Moderator Playlist Author

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    Total conjecture, but if it was solo piano, it could be George Winston's version from his DECEMBER CD.
     
  3. relivemagic

    relivemagic New Member

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    I actually have that (my favorite version of Carol of the Bells, actually) - great suggestion, but it's not the one.

    Anyone else have any ideas?

    :)
     
  4. samwed

    samwed New Member

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    I have not heard the version you are inquiring about at the park, but listening to you describe the song, it may be the version by a young pianist (20's) by the name of William Joseph. He is actually a protege of David Foster's and his version of Carol of the Bells is very similar to David Fosters.

    I know you can listen to a clip of it under the music downloads section of Walmart.com. Just search for William Joseph. If that doesn't work I'm sure you can probably locate it on i-tunes or one of the other music download websites.

    I hope this is the one.
     

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