Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
1.7 Medley: O Little Town of Bethlehem / Away in a Manger 3:20 Christmas Is the Time to Say I Love You Katharine McPhee Verve Forecast (Verve’s folk and smooth-jazz subsidiary) B0014838-02

Relationships

bass guitar: Chuck Berghofer
strings arranger: Kevin Kaska
woodwind arranger: Kevin Kaska
piano: Doug Petty (pianist, orchestrator, arranger, producer)
arranger: Katharine McPhee
Steven Miller
Doug Petty (pianist, orchestrator, arranger, producer)
assistant engineer: Scott Moore (engineer)
Wesley Seidman
background vocals: Katharine McPhee
background vocals arranger: Roger Treece
concertmaster: Bruce Dukov
lead vocals: Katharine McPhee
mixer: Allen Sides
producer: Steven Miller
Allen Sides
recording engineer: Allen Sides
recorded at: Ocean Way Recording in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
Record One in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of: Away in a Manger (Jaques arrangement of a Norman tune) (medley)
O Little Town of Bethlehem (traditional carol sung in the US to the tune of "St. Louis", cf. the version commonly sung to the hymn tune "Forest Green" in the UK) (medley)

Away in a Manger (Jaques arrangement of a Norman tune)

arranger: Reginald Jacques
composer: [traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
lyricist: [traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
publisher: Oxford University Press

O Little Town of Bethlehem (traditional carol sung in the US to the tune of "St. Louis", cf. the version commonly sung to the hymn tune "Forest Green" in the UK)

composer: Lewis Henry Redner (1868)
lyricist: Phillips Brooks (1868)
arrangements: O Little Town of Bethlehem (Mannheim Steamroller arrangement)
is the basis for: Grandma's Christmas Card
later translated versions: Tu mazā, klusā Betlēme (Latvian version of "O Little Town of Bethlehem")
later versions: Forest Green (lyrics of "O Little Town of Bethlehem" set to a different tune, the traditional carol as sung in the UK and in the Episcopal church in the US)
Little Town (Cliff Richard carol -- the traditional words set to new music)
O Little Town of Bethlehem (Kenneth Jennings arrangement)
O' Little Town of Bethlehem (Bob Dylan arrangement)
referred to in medleys: Christmas Medley (Bing Crosby version)
Medley: Deck the Halls With Boughs of Holly / Away in a Manger / O Little Town of Bethlehem / The First Noel
Noëls pour cordes
version of: St. Louis