John Denver and Julie Andrews in “The Sound of Christmas” (1987)

ByQuyen Anne

Dec 6, 2023

Ah, the Christmas of ’87! What a year it was, filled with the sound of music and joy. I remember it as if it were yesterday, the year Julie Andrews brought us ‘The Sound Of Christmas.’ It was like a warm cup of cocoa on a frosty evening. That special had the charm of Salzburg, the allure of ‘The Sound Of Music’ movie locations, and a gathering of voices that could only be described as heavenly.

Now, let me tell you about Julie Andrews and John Denver. Julie, with her voice as clear as a bell on a winter’s morning, and Denver, with his country twang that felt like home. They were an unlikely duo, but together, they made Christmas magic. And who can forget the vocal brilliance of Plácido Domingo and The King’s Singers? Their harmonies were like angels caroling from the rooftops.

This special wasn’t just a TV show; it was a journey through the heart of Christmas. Each song, each note, was a thread in the tapestry of the season’s joy. It brought families together, gathered around the television, sharing in the spirit of Christmas.

I’ve seen many Christmas specials in my time, but ‘The Sound Of Christmas’ holds a special place in my heart. It’s not just the music, you see, but the memories it evokes. The laughter of children, the warmth of a family embrace, and the twinkling lights on the tree – all these come rushing back with every note.

As we sit on this porch swing, let me impart a bit of wisdom. Christmas isn’t just about the presents or the food; it’s about the feelings we share and the memories we make. And music, like ‘The Sound Of Christmas,’ is a key that unlocks these precious moments.

So, as you scroll down, take a moment to watch ‘The Sound Of Christmas’ below. Share it with your loved ones because this is more than just a video; it’s a journey through the heart of Christmas, a reminder of what truly matters during the festive season.

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