We’re down to the final matchup and it’s no surprise that it’s the Classics region versus the Religious region as It’s a Wonderful Life‘s Hark! The Herald Angels Sing takes on Josh Groban’s O Holy Night. 2 songs enter, 1 song leaves. It’s time to listen and vote on last time…
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Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing was written in 1739 by Charles Wesley, and was originally performed with a slow and somber tone, unlike the joyful and upbeat way it is often heard today, like in this iconic last scene from the 1946 classic It’s A Wonderful Life.
O Holy Night, a well-known traditional carol of the season, was composed in 1847 and happens to be the second piece of music ever broadcast on the radio in 1906.