|Performer:||Trans Siberian Orchestra|
|Title:||Christmas Eve / Sarajevo 12/24|
|Category:||Electronic / Pop|
|Other format:||AC3 WAV DTS ADX MIDI DMF AUD|
|A||Christmas Eve / Sarajevo 12/24||3:24|
|B||Christmas Eve / Sarajevo 12/24||3:24|
|PRCD6928||Trans-Siberian Orchestra||Christmas Eve / Sarajevo 12/24 (CD, Promo)||Atlantic, Lava||PRCD6928||US||1996|
|PRCD 300706||Trans-Siberian Orchestra||Christmas Eve / Sarajevo 12/24 (CD, Single, Promo)||Atlantic||PRCD 300706||US||2001|
Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Eve, Sarajevo 12/24 (Instrumental). Christmas Eve, Sarajevo 12/24. Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Download MP3. MP3 320Kbps, . 4 Mb MP3 128Kbps, . 3 Mb.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Album Christmas Eve and Other Stories. Christmas Eve/Sarajevo (12/24) Lyrics. Christmas Eve/Sarajevo (12/24)" Track Info. Christmas Eve and Other Stories Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
Side B. 2. Christmas Eve - Sarajevo 12/24. This song was first released on the Savatage album Dead Winter Dead in 1995, then re-released by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, on their 1996 debut album Christmas Eve and Other Stories. The piece describes a lone cello player playing a forgotten Christmas carol in war-torn Sarajevo. Recording information: Recorded in 1995 during Dead Winter Dead sessions. Modified by: shadowdoom9. Added on: 2010-12-28 08:01:44. Last modified on: 2017-10-25 21:10:09.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra are coming to town, so Christmas must be right around the corner, right? Well, not really. We’re closer to the season of sunburns and pool parties than we are to Christmas, so one might wonder why a band famous for its Christmas music would be touring in April. It may surprise some that the roots of Trans- Siberian Orchestra actually date back to 1978 when brothers Jon and Criss Oliva formed a metal band that would eventually become known as Savatage. Included on that album was a song called Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24), a song that turned a lot of heads for its originality and became an unexpected hit, giv- ing rise to the idea that some of the members would like to explore this type of music further, eventually giving birth to a new band, Trans-Siberian Orchestra.