Music Video Release: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Watch the Official Music Video for Hark!   

It's time for an official music video from Falling Snow!  This video attempts to capture the spirit which came with arranging this beautiful classic Christmas song into a Gothard Sisters-style celebration.  It is a joyful song, and we wanted to add a little Celtic flair to it, as well.  This video was lots of fun to film, and is our second video from the Falling Snow album.  You can see the first one, Christmas Flower, right here

Official Music Video:  Hark!  The Herald Angels Sing 
Hark!  The Herald Angels Sing on iTunes   
Hark!  The Herald Angels Sing on Amazon Mp3   
Hark!  The Herald Angels Sing on our Website   

We hope you enjoy the new video, and the new album!

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  • Michael Patrick Goodman

    Michael Patrick Goodman Porter Ranch, CA

    Gothard Sisters, The hour was late and sleep failed to find me. The curse of writers and poets, no doubt. And then... well after midnight, in the midst of the darkness, I stumble upon your latest Christmas offering-- wrapped in sunshine and snow. A video fable as great and grand as the Cascades, imbued with grace and verve. I must say nothing in my dim checkered past, not the trials of English Lit and Cinema at USC nor the bruising adventures at the Studios, could prepare one for the simple majesty that you ladies seem to invoke on a shoestring budget. And yet, you are wealthy in spirit and courage. Not since discovering your talents on the wintry "What Child Is This" video have I been so pleasantly moved, so captured by the Christmas spirit. You remain an American Treasure-- "Three Coins" and "The Queen of Argyle" more than proved that. Add "Hark" to your quiver. Cheers, MPG (p.s. I simply must check out Winthrop sometime, especially during Christmas...)

    Gothard Sisters, The hour was late and sleep failed to find me. The curse of writers and poets, no doubt. And then... well after midnight, in the midst of the darkness, I stumble upon your latest Christmas offering-- wrapped in sunshine and snow. A video fable as great and grand as the Cascades, imbued with grace and verve. I must say nothing in my dim checkered past, not the trials of English Lit and Cinema at USC nor the bruising adventures at the Studios, could prepare one for the simple majesty that you ladies seem to invoke on a shoestring budget. And yet, you are wealthy in spirit and courage. Not since discovering your talents on the wintry "What Child Is This" video have I been so pleasantly moved, so captured by the Christmas spirit. You remain an American Treasure-- "Three Coins" and "The Queen of Argyle" more than proved that. Add "Hark" to your quiver. Cheers, MPG (p.s. I simply must check out Winthrop sometime, especially during Christmas...)

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