Lindsey Stirling: “O Holy Night” Music Review

Lindsey Stirling partners with the producers behind TV’s The Chosen and Angel Studios to bring a new rendition of “O Holy Night.” It is a Christmas hymn that tells of the night Jesus was born.

I loved how the music video interspersed scenes from the television series about the life of Christ with Lindsey Stirling performing the song. It truly showed how focused she was on the project and I thought it was a nice touch. The scenery from the show was beautiful and it blended well with the classic song.

As for Stirling’s performance, I loved it. It was probably one of the best modern covers of this song. She has such beauty and grace when she performs that it pulls you into a song. Normally, her songs are instrumental, but this time she sang a few lines from the song and it makes you wish she would sing more. It is top-notch and perfect for your Christmas playlist.

Remember, Jesus is the reason for the season.

You can watch the music video below:

The Christmas hymn was written in 1943 by French poet Placide Cappeau, but it was composer Adolphe Adam who set the lyrics to music in 1947. Music critic John Sullivan Dwight would translate the lyrics into English later on, helping it to cement into world popularity.

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below. Tell me if there is a comic book, movie, or novel you would like me to review. While you are at it, check out my reviews of Marc Martel and Plumb’s cover of “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas,” Newsboys’ “The Christmas Story,” and Jada Facer’s “Silent Night.” Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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