'Away In A Manger' Christmas Hymn From Celtic Woman

Listen to this beautiful rendition of the Christmas hymn ‘Away in a Manger’ from Celtic Woman.

“Away in a manger no crib for His bed, the little Lord Jesus lay down His sweet head
The stars in the sky look down where He lay, the little Lord Jesus asleep on the hay
The cattle are lowing, the poor Baby wakes, but little Lord Jesus, no crying He makes
I love Thee, Lord Jesus, look down from the sky, and stay by my side 'til morning is nigh”

This is a magnificent performance of this Christmas classic by Celtic Woman from their concert titled ‘A Christmas Celebration.’

Orla Fallon is the singer in the video, and her voice is so pure and angelic sounding. She is wearing a beautiful wintery blue dress for the performance that looks lovely on her as she walks around the stage.

For the music, chimes ring throughout the orchestra after the first verse, and then the strings come in to build up the music. There is also an acoustic guitar plucking along in the orchestra which adds such lovely melodic notes to the song.

“I miss Orla's voice so much. This is one of my favorite Christmas songs Celtic Woman has done,” comments one person on YouTube after watching the video.

“Orla has always been my favorite Celtic Woman. And when she left, I continued to follow her solo career,” writes another person online. “She has done amazing things and I am very blessed to call her my friend. She is as sweet and kind as she is talented and beautiful. Thanks for posting this!”

We hope that you enjoyed listening to this amazing version of ‘Away in a Manger’ by Celtic Woman and it was able to get your heart ready for the joy that is Christmas!
Source: Celtic Woman

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