December by George Winston

Genre Instrumental
Release 01 January 1982
Price $9.99
Tracks 12
Country USA
9.99 USD

George Winston - December Album Songs

No Song Title Time
1. Thanksgiving 4:05
2. Rest Your Head 2:37
3. Joy 3:13
4. Prelude 1:16
5. Carol Of The Bells 3:58
6. Night (Part 1: Snow) 1:53
7. Night (Part 2: Midnight) 1:24
8. Night (Part 3: Minstrels) 2:32
9. Variations On The Kanon 5:21
10. The Holly And The Ivy 4:52
11. Some Children See Him 3:44
12. Peace 4:04

December by George Winston Album Reviews

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Older recording but timeless. I used to play this album when I was teacher in preschool. I recently rediscovered it and look forward to enjoying once again. Soothing and relaxing.

December. Why can’t I purchase the Variations on Pachelbel’s Kanon?

Beautiful Album. Thanksgiving Song is so unique, peaceful. Love it

Classic. It would not be the holiday season with this classic.

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