V/A – First snow


Released: 2010 By AD Music

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  1. David Wright & GeigertekThe Dancing Snowman [5:04]MP3 soundclip of Dancing snowman (Wright&Geigertek) [0:42]
  2. Steve BarnesGood King Wenceslas [5:39]
  3. GeigertekBeneath A Christmas Mantle [2:35]
  4. Claudio MerliniChristmas Wonderland [4:58]
  5. RamsayGeeThe Season’s Wish [5:26]
  6. Lord of the AntsChristmas in New York [2:37]
  7. Richard BoneDo You Hear What I Hear? [4:09]MP3 soundclip of Do you hear what I hear (Bone) [0:32]
  8. The Pels SyndicateXmas5 [3:21]
  9. Catalin MarinA Star in The East [4:24]
  10. Richard BoneDonde Esta Santa Claus? [2:31]
  11. AchelooWhite Christmas [3:54]MP3 soundclip of White christmas (acheloo) [0:35]
  12. Al RuddThe Magic of Christmas? [3:47]
  13. Steve BarnesLittle Town of Bethlehem [4:01]
  14. RamsayGeeFirst Snow [5:02]
  15. Robert FoxSilent Night [4:35]MP3 soundclip of Silent night (Fox) [0:33]
  16. Steve BarnesGod Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen [4:36]
  17. David WrightWe Three Kings [7:01]
  18. Bekki WilliamsWaiting for Santa [1:50]

18 tracks by David Wright, Geigertek, Steve Barnes, Robert Fox, Bekki Williams ++

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Weight 105 g



Jewel Case

1 review for V/A – First snow

  1. Matt Howarth / Sonic Curiosity

    This release from 2010 offers 75 minutes of yuletide electronic music.This is a collection of instrumental Christmas tunes, both traditional and new compositions. Because of the subject matter these songs possess a sparkling lighthearted flair.

    The Dancing Snowman” by David Wright & Geigertek. Regal electronics delineate a fanciful tune seasoned with orchestral embellishments leading to a choral refrain with a traditional drumroll.
    “Good King Wenceslas” by Steve Barnes. Frosty keyboards and crisp understated rhythmics create a delicate version of this classic tune.
    “Beneath a Christmas Mantle” by Geigertek. Toy-like electronics generate a winter landscape with a hint of a joyful sleigh-ride.
    “Christmas Wonderland” by Claudio Merlini. Crystalline keys blend with airy textures designed to evoke a holiday countryside. Hints of woodwinds complete the wonderland demeanor.
    “The Season’s Wish” by Ramsaygee. This pastoral melody is enhanced by whispery tonalities as it gradually musters stamina with the addition of soft percussion.
    “Christmas in New York” by Lord of the Ants. Fragile guitarwork lends an engaging flavor to the winsome electronics and chugging tempos.
    “Do You Hear What I Hear?” by Richard Bone. Sedate piano is supported by faint belltones and dreamy atmospherics

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