'Deck the Halls' sung by SHeDAISY, music video
A Christmas video filled with fun, sparkles and magic. Country singers SHeDAISY give decking your halls a new flavor.
SHeDAISY, song: Deck the Halls, album: Brand New Year (2000), label: Lyric Street Records, music video producer: David Hogan. Featured in the 2003 movie: Disney's Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas. Video includes scenes from the movie. Single released November 1999. Original words: Unknown, 19th century American, original music: Old Welsh Air.
The song "Deck the Halls" (original title: "Deck The Hall With Holly") is a very old traditional Yuletide carol. It is very likely that the 'fa la la la la' was played on the harp. Mozart utilized the tune to 'Deck the Halls' for a duet with violin and piano.
The custom of 'decking the halls with holly' is very old and may date back several thousand years. It is known that ancient Romans, Greeks and Druids utilized sacred evergreen holly to decorate their homes during mid-winter. You can read more about this custom in the article by Dr. Leonard Perry Decking the Halls with Holly.
Have a glorious, magical Holiday!
SHeDAISY is a female vocal trio founded in the late 1990's. Originally known as the Osborn Sisters, it is comprised of sisters Kristyn (b. 8/24/70), Kelsi (b. 11/21/74) and Kassidy (b. 10/30/76) from Magna, Utah. The word SHeDAISY is Navajo for my little sister. Kristyn Osborn writes or co-writes the groups songs. They are a multi-platinum Country group who have sold over 3 million albums. You can read more about them at SHeDaisy, Wikipedia or visit their Myspace page shedaisy.