On December 5, 1995, the Smoky Mountain Brass Band and the Smoky Mountain Chorale under the direction of John West and James Dooley, respectively, recorded a festive collection of Christmas and holiday season music. Christmas Voices and Brass was arranged by James Dooley and Richard Trevarthen, founder of the Smoky Mountain Brass Band.

  1. Set One
    1. Prelude on Adeste Fideles & We Three Kings – Trevarthen
    2. O Come, O Come, Emmanuel – from Plainsong
    3. While by My Sheep – 17th Century Tune
    4. Interlude on Jesous Ahatonhia – Trevarthen
    5. Jesous Ahatonhia – Huron Carol
    6. Shepherds, Shake off Your Drowsy Sleep – Bescancon Carol
  2. Set Two
    1. The Snow Lay on the Ground – Traditional Melody
    2. What is This Fragrance? – French Carol
    3. With Merry Heart – Renaissance Motet
    4. Away in a Manger – William J. Kirkpatrick
    5. Hark, the Herald Angels Sing – Felix Mendelssohn
  3. Set Three
    1. Fantasia on Masters in This Hall & God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen – Trevarthen
    2. Once in Royal David’s City – Henry J. Gauntlet, Steve Baxley, soloist
    3. Two Traditional Wassails – from Gloucestershire & Yorkshire
    4. Silent Night, Holy Night – Franz Gruber
    5. Joy to the World – attributed to G. F. Handel
  4. Set Four
    1. In the Bleak Mid-Winter – Dooley
    2. How Brightly Shines the Morning Star – Philip Nicolai and J. S. Bach
    3. A La Media Noche (At the Hour of Midnight) – Traditional Puerto Rican
    4. I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day – Jean Baptiste Calkin
    5. O Come, All Ye Faithful – J. F. Wade’s Cantus Diversi