Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt - We Wonder Who You Are, Santa Claus? mp3 downloadPerformer: Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt
Title: We Wonder Who You Are, Santa Claus?
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Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt - We Wonder Who You Are, Santa Claus? mp3 download
Henry & Reinhardt released it on the album We Wonder Who You Are, Santa Claus? in 2008. It was covered by Blake Bolerjack, Blue Seven, Blake Aaron featuring Jeff Gonzales, Tim McKee and other artists.
Barbara Henry, Mark Reinhardt. We Wonder Who You Are, Santa Claus? 4:49.
From the album "The Mark of Priestly Bliss" (2009) markofpriestlybliss. com boholanocomposer. com SONG TO THE FATHER Words by Barbara Henry Music by Fr. J. Roel, YouTube. On her first day, after marching through the mobs, she met her new white teacher, Barbara Henry, who became her close friend and mentor. Ruby Bridges Continues to Make History. Barbara Henry, her teacher, was the only teacher in the school who did not refuse to teach the new student. In 1999, Bridges founded the Ruby Bridges. Roxbury Vote Allows for Sale of Alcohol.
The man we know as Santa Claus has a history all his own. Today, he is thought of mainly as the jolly man in red, but his story stretches all the way back to the 3rd century. The legend of Santa Claus can be traced back hundreds of years to a monk named St. Nicholas. It is believed that Nicholas was born sometime around 280 . in Patara, near Myra in modern-day Turkey. Much admired for his piety and kindness and is said that he gave away all of his inherited wealth and traveled the countryside helping the poor and sick. It is Nast who gave Santa his bright red suit trimmed with white fur, North Pole workshop, elves, and his wife, Mrs. Claus.
The modern image of Santa Claus has been refined again and again.
Looking out the window, he sees Santa Claus (Saint Nicholas) in an air-borne sleigh pulled by eight reindeer. His inspiration for the character of Saint Nicholas was a local Dutch handyman as well as the historical Saint Nicholas. Moore originated many of the features that are still associated with Santa Claus today while borrowing other aspects, such as the use of reindeer.
The name Santa Claus was derived from the Dutch word Sinterklaas which is a pronunciation of ‘Saint Nicholas’. Saint Nicholas was a wealthy man and a devout Christian who used his entire inheritance to help the needy and the poor. For his generous and selfless service to God and humanity he was made the Bishop of Myra. This led to the custom of children hanging stockings or putting out shoes, eagerly awaiting gifts from Saint Nicholas. This tradition was passed on through the generations and is practiced by kids even today
When did Santa Claus begin? We all know that only God is eternal. So how did this wonderful Christmas character who is so giving begin? We didn't make him up. Saint Nicholas, whose name was changed over the years to Santa Claus, was a real person, a bishop in the church in the fourth century. Saint Nicholas was born in Patara (Asia Minor) and later moved to Myra (Demre in modern Turkey), where he was elected bishop. As Allan Hauck wrote in Calendar of Christianity, If Santa Claus has become too commercial, too secularized, perhaps it is "because we have forgotten his historical origin in the beloved Bishop of Myra who obeyed Christ's command that we help all those who are in need. Used by permission of ALTERNATIVES for Simple Living.
Santa Claus is the modern derivative of St. Nicholas, who was a good man who brought gifts to poor children. His spirit lives on in the celebration of Santa Claus. Rumor has it that the modern day version of the Santa Claus image was a marketing ploy by Coca Cola (whose colors are red and white). The modern concept of Santa Claus is an amalgam of stories of the real Saint Nicholas, as well as British, Dutch, and Norse folklore.
|1||Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Sammy Cahn / Jule Styne||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||2:10|
|2||Jingle Bell Rock Joseph Carleton Beal / Jim Boothe||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||1:59|
|3||Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Ralph Blane / Hugh Martin||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||4:28|
|4||We Wonder Who You Are, Santa Claus? Mark Reinhardt||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||3:01|
|5||The Christmas Song Mel Tormé / Robert Wells||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||4:30|
|6||Silver Bells Ray Evans / Jay Livingston||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||2:35|
|7||Christmas Time is Here Vince Guaraldi / Lee Mendelson||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||3:29|
|8||The Holly and the Ivy Mark Reinhardt / Traditional||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||2:17|
|9||In the Bleak Midwinter Gustav Holst / Christina Rossetti||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||3:11|
|10||Here Comes Santa Claus Gene Autry / Oakley Haldeman||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||4:37|
|11||Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree Johnny Marks||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||1:59|
|12||The Very First Christmas of All Peter Hart / Paddy Roberts||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||2:42|
|13||The Christmas Blues Sammy Cahn / David Jack Holt||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||4:56|
|14||Baby, It's Cold Outside Frank Loesser||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||4:49|
|15||I'll Be Home For Christmas Kim Gannon / Walter Kent / Buck Ram||Barbara Henry / Mark Reinhardt||3:12|
CreditsGene Autry - Composer
Joseph Carleton Beal - Composer
Ralph Blane - Composer
Jim Boothe - Composer
Sammy Cahn - Composer
Ray Evans - Composer
Kim Gannon - Composer
Vince Guaraldi - Composer
Oakley Haldeman - Composer
Peter Hart - Composer
Barbara Henry - Primary Artist
Gustav Holst - Composer
David Jack Holt - Composer
Walter Kent - Composer
Jay Livingston - Composer
Frank Loesser - Composer
Johnny Marks - Composer
Hugh Martin - Composer
Lee Mendelson - Composer
Buck Ram - Composer
Mark Reinhardt - Composer, Primary Artist
Paddy Roberts - Composer
Christina Rossetti - Composer
Jule Styne - Composer
Mel Tormé - Composer
Traditional - Composer
Robert Wells - Composer