Posts Tagged ‘Elizabeth Fraser’

Winter Wonderland

January 23, 2016

“Winter Wonderland,” written in 1934 by Felix Bernard, with lyrics by Richard B. Smith. Performed here by Cocteau Twins (Elizabeth Fraser, soprano).

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Winter Wonderland

December 20, 2015

“Winter Wonderland,” written by Felix Bernard with lyrics by Richard B. Smith. It’s a seasonal song, not specifically about the holidays, but it has been associated with Christmas since it appeared in 1934. Performed here by Cocteau Twins (Elizabeth Fraser, soprano).

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Winter Wonderland

December 27, 2014

“Winter Wonderland,” written by Felix Bernard with lyrics by Richard B. Smith. It’s a seasonal song, not specifically about the holidays, but it has been associated with Christmas since it appeared in 1934. Performed here by Cocteau Twins (Elizabeth Fraser, soprano).

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