Wishing you all a peaceful and happy Christmas (video)

Enjoy this beautiful rendition of ‘Silent Night’ by Bella’s Lasses – a choir from Shetland’s past.

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Hi Lasses, Iris had some of our songs transferred to 'wave format' from an original old tape… 'Silent Night' is a particular favourite of mine, so just thought I would let you all have a listen… June.

Posted by June Wylie on Sunday, 23 December 2018


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  • Ronald Young

    • December 24th, 2018 16:43

    Nice to hear Silent Night – especially on the 200th “Birthday” of “Stille Nacht” 🙂

    All the best for a safe Christmas and a good 2019

    Ron (Sooth Moother from Derbyshire)

  • George Dickson

    • December 24th, 2018 22:31

    There’s a lot more chance of the wee Trow’s being hard at it than Christmas having any reality about it.

  • William Barker

    • December 25th, 2018 6:44

    A thing of beauty and always a pleasure to behold

  • George Dickson

    • December 26th, 2018 12:27

    This year, yet again, I didn’t get a Christmas (video). Not only that but Santa never stopped by, even though the pillow cover was out to collect the toys in.

  • leslie sinclair

    • December 28th, 2018 10:40


  • David Spence

    • December 28th, 2018 12:28

    Music, in all its forms, is beautiful to listen too. It is what shapes and carves the society we live in. Long may the sound of music and singing last and last.

  • louise smith

    • December 28th, 2018 19:09

    Lovely. Would love to know everyone’s names. One or two I can remember.


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