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A perfect musical delight for Christmastime! These beautiful, lilting Christmas melodies take you right to the heartland with Mark O'Connor and an all-star cast of music greats. Most of whom, like Mark O'Connor, are many time Grammy Award Winners!

Mark O'Connor: violin

"b"Renee Fleming: vocals

"b"Sharon Isbin: guitar

"b"Alison Krauss: vocals

"b"Yo-Yo Ma: cello

"b"Edgar Meyer: bass

"b"Jane Monheit: vocals

"b"James Taylor: vocals

"b"Chris Thile: mandolin

"b"Steve Wariner: vocals

Review

Equally talented as a Classical violinist and folk fiddler, Mark O'Connor was born in Seattle but his heart is in the hills and hollows of Appalachia. On this largely self-produced CD, there are blue-grass instrumentals and cosmopolitan crooners-all paying their mountain dues. Vocal tracks include Jane Monheit on ''Winter Wonderland,'' Renee Fleming on ''Amazing Grace'' and James Taylor on ''Ol' Blue.'' But the album's best moments are the earthy ''Cherry Tree Carol'' and Mr. O'Connor's own ''Appalachia Waltz.'' On ''Sleigh Ride,'' he overdubs all 10 instruments.

Marc Myers --Wall Street Journal

An Appalachian Christmas

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