These Titans of Tempo Play The Gently Touching Piece of Work Like I’ve Never Heard It Before

SHARE

This quaint village in Austria is full of the Christmas Spirit. The snow paved roads and kind towns people really make you feel at home. Snowflakes fall as kid rush past to head to church. A sense of community and peace amongst human’s spreads throughout the air. Yet hundreds of years ago, we arrive at the creator of this now timeless classic. Inside, is Franz Gruber, writing one of the most prolific Christmas classics around. With lyrics written by Father Mohr, these two dynamos performed in 1818 at the St Nicolas Church in Oberndorf, Austria.

The song was performed for the first time on Christmas eve and has become a time-honored tradition. With great care, these titans of tempo play the gently touching piece of work like I’ve never heard it done before. The masterful composure is performed by the all too familiar Piano Guys are accompanied by this 14 time Grammy winner. The style is just unforgettable.

The temperament for making a song is that of patience, love, and exactness. The care and thought put into this beautiful carol will knock you on your butt! The control and range these old-school, masters of song left me speechless. I was taken aback by the small details woven masterfully into this Christmas classic. As if they were handling silk, they perform this unforgettable classic to a welcoming warm audience.

Each of the artists smiles wryly as the cautiously play this difficult masterpiece. To be even more bold, some might even say they took this song to its rightful conclusion. The next evolution of the song, something that while being the same in performance can also be so vastly different. I’ve never heard this carol delivered in such a heart-breaking way before. Simply stunning. What are your thoughts? We’d love to hear from you! Please take the time to leave a comment in the comment section below. Have a Merry Christmas!

SHARE this amazing video with your friends and family on Facebook. This story is just too amazing to keep to yourself. Share it!