Let it snow! (…at 35 degrees)

November 25 2010

OK, so admittedly I’m writing to you from the east coast of Australia

in blistering (mid summer) 35 degree heat… but hey..

Earlier this year, in an England iced in snow and frost,  myself,

Sophie Barker and friends attempted to recapture the lost magical

spirit of traditional, childhood Christmas’ past, by creating Snowflake

– an album full of new arrangements of festive favourites from yesteryear.

Snowflake is Volume 3 of our Rainbow Collections series of music for children (and grown ups too), and features the following lovingly crafted seasonal tracks :

1. Jingle Bells
2. Frosty the Snowman
3. Little Donkey
4. Santa’s Little Helpers (new song!)
5. O Little Town
6. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
7. O Christmas Tree
8. Let it Snow!
9. Have Yourself a Very Merry Christmas
10. White Christmas
11. Deck the Halls
12. Sleigh Ride
13. The First Noel
14. We Wish You a Merry Xmas
15. Winter Wonderland
16. The Night Before Christmas

So, if you have been good this year (or even if you haven’t) –
ask Santa (or Amazon / iTunes)
to pop one in your stocking and (geographical location and/or extreme weather conditions related to global warming not withstanding) let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

happy holidays/bah humbug,



Author: KK

Life, the universe and everything with music composer Kevin Kerrigan (aka KK) KK's diverse music includes work with Bjork, Brian Eno, Hollywood films and more.. www.21stcenturygenius.com

2 thoughts on “Let it snow! (…at 35 degrees)”

  1. Hi there , we purchased this cd last christmas and yr music/song is on the cd purchased from Marks & Spencers!
    We are now in 2013 approaching the festive season. Our 2yr old granddaughter loves Santas Little Helpers … we would love to sing along but have no words and unfortunately I can’t quite hear all the words … losing my hearing so everything isn’t as clear as it used to be! If you could help out that would be great.
    Many thanks, Betty and nanna, Dianne

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