In the Christmas Spirit: Piano Guys, Part VIII | Beaufort County Now | My Christmas, 2016 discovery of new Piano Guys holiday material is complete, and I have them here on BCN for your Yule Tide enjoyment. | Piano Guys, Steven Sharpe Nelson, cello, chrstms, Jon Schmidt, Al Van Der Beek, pianoguys
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My Christmas, 2016 discovery of new Piano Guys holiday material is complete, and I have them here on BCN for your Yule Tide enjoyment, after exhausting an extensive, thorough search on BCN's Video Search. I wish there were more than these two that I found, but there were not more when I performed this search, but, hopefully, we will find more next year.
Tenor Plácido Domingo (left), Cellist Steven Sharpe Nelson (right): Above.
This first video is the classic carol on everyone's top 10 list, "Silent Night", with the legendary Plácido Domingo handling the tenor heavy-lifting: Below.
The second featured video is one we have featured before, but it is so extra-expansive in its production, maybe the best I have ever witness, I could not resist revealing it again, this time with a different set-up. This mega production with a variety of scenes, all projecting immaculate joy is not only sincere, but the most perfect message that can be related in this most optimistic of holidays - the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
David Archuelette of American Idol fame (right) & Peter Hollens (center, left) help Piano Guys: Jon Schmidt (left) and Steven Sharpe Nelson (center, right) create a perfect rendition of "Angels from the realms of Glory".
"Angels from the realms of Glory": Above.
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Hailing from Toronto, Canada, Walk Off the Earth is one of those rare artistic ensembles that combines fine original, offbeat interpretations of popular songs, while doing a smattering of parodies as well as their original material.