8 thoughts on “ Stille Nacht (Silent Night)

  1. Today’s most popular English version of “Silent Night” was translated by the Episcopal priest John Freeman Young, assigned at the time to the same Trinity Church associated with the performance of “Stille Nacht.” Reverend Young apparently enjoyed translating European hymns and carols into English, and it is his “Silent Night” text that is found today in most hymnals and Christmas carol .
  2. Mar 22,  · Directed by Dani Levy. With Maria Schrader, Mark Schlichter, Jürgen Vogel, Ingrid Caven. Sensing their relationship is crumbling, Christian avoids celebrating Christmas with his girlfriend Julia and heads for Paris. She, alone in their Berlin flat, decides this is the time to drop her lover Frank, and invites him for dinner. Deciding between the two men grows harder, as Frank keeps impressing /10().
  3. Special Edition Silent Night Give Aways and presents of the "Kollektion Tirol" More than years ago, Joseph Mohr, a priest from Salzburg, and Franz Xaver Gruber, a teacher from Upper Austria, sang the song for the very first time at the St. Nikola Church in Oberndorf near Salzburg.
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  5. Dec 22,  · Der MONTEVERDICHOR WÜRZBURG wünscht allen seinen Fans und Freunden ein frohes und friedvolles Weihnachtsfest! Merry Christmas to our fans all over the world! May peace be with you wherever you.
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  7. Stille Nacht/Silent Night is a German Christmas song written by Franz Xaver Gruber. The English version is Silent Night. It appears on the Emma! (TV Series 1) episode and Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas!. Trad. Arr. Anthony Field, Lachlan Gillespie, Alex Keller, Emma Watkins (Wiggly Tunes Pty Ltd).
  8. Austria’s “Stille Nacht” The world’s most famous Christmas song, “Silent Night,” comes to us from Austria (Österreich in German). Called “Stille Nacht” in its original German, this beautiful Christmas carol is now sung and enjoyed around the world in over languages.

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