O Holy Night is without a doubt one of the most popular Christmas songs ever. There are countless renditions of the song, and many artists of all nationalities have decided to include the song in their holiday repertoire.
But what many people may not know about this famous Christmas song is that it was actually written as a poem back in 1847. Still, the poem became so popular that it was later turned into a song. And I think we can all agree it was a right choice.
Nowadays, most of us can’t even come to imagine how it would sound without music to it. It would have been a pity for O Holy Night to remain just a poem. You’ll surely come to the same conclusion after listening to this beautiful rendition of the song by The Celtic Woman.
For all of you who may not have heard of this group before, The Celtic Woman is an all-women Irish group created by David Kavanagh, Sharon Browne[ and David Downes, a former musical director of the famous Irish stage show Riverdance.
Their repertoire includes both traditional Celtic tunes and modern songs, making them a complete group that is sure to suit any taste.
Take a break from your busy day to listen to their amazing rendition of O Holy Night.