If you're anything like me, your Facebook feed is probably brimming with Christmas music videos. And, that's one of the things I look forward to the most this wonderful season--the cheerful and uplifting music we get to listen to only this one time during the year. After all, as the popular movie Elf states, "the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear."
But, between parties and presents and family and friends, who has time to sift through and listen to all of it? So, in order to help you a little this season, we've compiled a list of our top eight Christmas music videos, many of which were shared during the Church's "12 Days of Social." Take a listen!
For more from David Archuleta or Nathan Pacheco, check out these great albums:
Other Side Of Down includes a sequence of pop tracks that intertwine contemporary sounds and genuine lyrics. The first single "Something 'Bout Love" is an up-tempo track produced by Sam & Sluggo. For more from David Archuleta, check out his album Begin.
Nathan Pachecofeatures all of the best of this BYU music program graduate. A master at the piano, guitar, and vocals, this album shows off Pacheco's classical style.
For more incredible music by Peter Hollens, check out his self-titled album at Deseret Book!
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For more from BYU Vocal Point, check out their great Christmas album, He Is Born. Or have a little fun with their pop culture album full of popular music, movie themes, and video game songs, Nonstop. Or, for something a little mellower, check out their album full of worship music, Lead Thou Me On. Or, why not get a little of it all in the album that has everything from "Be Still My Soul" to The Monkee's "I'm a Believer," Standing Room Only.
For more from BYU Noteworthy, check out their first, self-titled album that has everything from inspiring hymns, Broadway classics, and pop music.
GENTRI - "What Child Is This/I Wonder As I Wander" (In Perform...
He is the reason for the season. The Gents put their unique, cinematic spin on two Christmas classics, "What Child Is This/I Wonder As I Wander". Don't forget that the quickest way to spread Christmas cheer is by sharing this video for all to hear (or something like that). Download the song: http://apple.co/1OUpFF7Watch the full TV special: http://bit.ly/1IY9yQq Posted by GENTRI on Friday, December 11, 2015
For more uplifting music from Lindsey Stirling, check out her most recent album, "Shatter Me."
For more from The Piano Guys, check out their incredible Christmas album A Family Christmas or check out the deluxe edition of their self-titled album or experience them in a new way by listening to them live!