Some articles on bring a torch:
... 1957 - Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians - Now Is The Caroling Season 1958 - Harry Simeone Chorale - Sing We Now of Christmas 1962 - The Everly Brothers - Christmas with the Everly Brothers 1963 - Robert Shaw Chorale and Orchestra - The Many Moods of Christmas 1966 - Joan Baez - Noël 1970 - Smokey Robinson The Miracles - A Season for Miracles 1983 - Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Robert Shaw conducting - The Many Moods of Christmas (remake) 1984 - Mannheim Steamroller - Christmas 1985 - The Canadian Brass - A Canadian Brass Christmas 1989 - Kathleen Battle - A Christmas Celebration 1991 - Carnival Art - A Lump of Coal 1993 - John Rutter and the Cambridge Singers - Christmas Day in the Morning 1994 - Robert Shaw Chamber Singers - Songs of Angels 1994 - The Swingle Singers - The Story of Christmas 1995 - Jenny Gullen Derri Daugherty - Noel 1996 - Golden Bough - Christmas in a Celtic Land Sung in both French and English Sung in a medley with another French song - Il est né/Un flambeau Jeanette Isabella 1997 - Jon Schmidt - Jon Schmidt Christmas 2001 - Terry McDade and The McDades - "Midwinter" 2005 - Gerhard Schöne - Pierre 2006 - The Eighteenth Day of May - Session Track for Stuart Maconie (unreleased) 2006 - Sufjan Stevens - Songs for Christmas 2006 - Hilary Weeks - Christmastime 2006 - Richard Elliott, organ solo, on The Mormon Tabernacle Choir album The Wonder of Christmas 2006 - Nadia Birkenstock - Winter Tales 2007 - Mormon Tabernacle Choir - Spirit of the Season 2008 - Loreena McKennitt - A Midwinter Night's Dream 2008 - Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer - American Noel 2008 - Fernando Ortega - Christmas Songs 2008 - Kurt Bestor - Kurt Bestor Christmas Vol ... II 2009 - Downhere - "How Many Kings Songs for Christmas" 2009 - Tori Amos - Midwinter Graces 2009 - Ben + Vesper - Salvation Is Created A Christmas Record From Bifrost Arts 2009 - Joy Williams - "More Than I Asked For" 2010 - Die Irrlichter - Rauhnächte 2011 - Callie Moore and Colette Butler (of ShayTards) - Bring a Torch, Jeanette Isabella (feat ...
Famous quotes containing the words torch and/or bring:
“Since the torch is out,
Lie down and stray no further.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“The traditional husband/father has always made choices concerning career, life-styles, values, and directions for the whole family, but he generally had another person on the teamcalled a wife. And his duties were always clear: Bring home the bacon and take out the garbage.”
—Donna N. Douglass (20th century)