Best Ignatian Songs: Silent Night

“Silent Night” is said to be the most popular Christmas carol of all. Its main rival is “White Christmas,” which is a secular song for a religious feast.  It is said that Franz Gruber composed it for guitar accompaniment because the organ in his Austrian church was broken.  That’s the way the Ignatian Schola of New York sings it in this concert performance.

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