Mp3 Sally Hamlin - The Night Before Christmas / The Shoemaker And The Elves
|1||The Night Before Christmas|
Written-By – Clement C. Moore
|2||The Shoemaker And The Elves|
Written-By [Adapted From] – Grimm
- Sounds [Sound effects, uncredited] – William H. Reitz
- Voice Actor – Sally Hamlin
Recorded Aug 23, 1928. Both sides of this record contain excerpts and musical fade-ins from other records in Victor's back catalog, including "Silent Night" by Elsie Baker (Victor 17164). This is perhaps the first known instance of "sampling" - as the term is understood today - in a commercial recording.
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
The Night Before Christmas is a Christmas album by American actor David Hasselhoff. It was released in November 2004. Idolator said: Who wouldnt want to be serenaded by The Hoff at Christmas No David dusts off all the classics like Deck The Halls and Silent Night, and crosses cultural borders by assaulting eardrums in languages other than English, via German and Spanish contributions to the Yuletide soundtrack from Hell. Текст песни: Hello, this is Natasha and Im dropping by with a lovely christmas story. As everyone knows, christmas is the time to give presents to your family, to your friends, and anyone that helps you during the past years. The Elves and The Shoemaker German: Die Wichtelmänner is a set of fairy tales about a poor shoemaker who receives much-needed help from three young helpful elves. The original story is the first of three fairy tales, contained as entry 39 in the German Grimm's Fairy Tales under the common title Die Wichtelmänner. In her translation of 1884 Margaret Hunt chose The Elves as title for these three stories. The Night Before Christmas Video 1994. Animation Family Fantasy. The story of a likable orphan boy named Jeffrey and his cat who talks his way into a job at a toy factory run by a grouchy old man. Jeffrey is determined to spread as much Christmas cheer. See full summary . Based on the classic tale of the Shoemaker and the Elves, Hans the shoemaker is helped by a group of mismatched elves who want to work for Santa Claus. Written by Anonymous. The Elves and the Shoemaker is an often copied and re-made 1806 story about a poor shoemaker who. The Nightingale - HCA - The shoemaker, by no fault of his own, had become so poor that at last he had nothing left but leather for one pair of shoes. He cut them out at night, and next morning was about to set to work with fresh courage but he had no need to do so, for, when he got up, they were already made, and buyers also were not wanting, who gave him money enough to buy leather for four pairs of shoes. Now it befell that one evening not long before Christmas, when the man had been cutting out, he said to his wife, before going to bed, What think you if we were to stay up to-night to see who it is that lends us this helping hand . Текст песни: 'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse The stockings were hung by the chimney with care In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be elves a boy and girl rather than two little men aren't naked but dressed in raggedy sacks. Still, the main elements of the story are intact, and readers will find plenty to like in LaMarche's interpretation. Of course the story is the old tale about the poor shoemaker and his wife who have only one piece of leather left to make a pair of outstanding shoes that would probably sell at Nordstroms today, The shoemaker and his wife go to bed so tired after cutting out the pattern and plan to sew the shoes the next day. But that night two little elves appear and sew the shoes and do a great job too I am so glad they were not deported the next morning. One evening shortly before Christmas, just before going to bed, and having already cut out a number of shoes, he said to his wife, Why dont we stay up tonight and see who is giving us this helping hand. His wife agreed to this and lit a candle. Then they hid themselves behind some clothes that were hanging in a corner of the room. At midnight two cute little naked men appeared. They never returned, but the shoemaker prospered, succeeding in everything that he did. Twas the night after Christmas, and all through the house Not a creature was stirring-excepting a mouse. The stockings were flung in haste over the chair, For hopes of St. Nicholas were no longer there. The children were restlessly tossing in bed, For the pie and the candy were heavy as lead While mamma in her kerchief, and I in my gown, Had just made up our minds that we would not lie down, When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter, I sprang from my chair to see what was the matter. Away to the window I went with a dash, Flung open the shutter, and threw up the sash