Written in 1818, "Silent Night" has been translated into 140 languages, and for many, this peaceful Austrian hymn is "virtually synonymous with Christmas." But others prefer the "sweeping, magnificent melody, and powerful, heart-piercing chorus" of "O Holy Night," which originated as a French poem in 1847. Anyone can sing "Silent Night," but "O Holy Night" is the "Star-Spangled Banner" of carols—it takes a serious vocalist to truly do it justice. Which Christmas carol is your favorite? 🎄 🎶
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