Christmas in Vienna III

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Christmas in Vienna III
(Vienna Noël)
Live album by
RecordedDecember 22, 1994
LabelSony Classical

Christmas in Vienna III (known in the USA as Vienna Noël) is a 1995 Christmas album released by Spanish operatic tenor Plácido Domingo, French chanson and pop music star Charles Aznavour, and Norwegian crossover soprano Sissel Kyrkjebø on the Sony Classical label.

It was recorded on December 22, 1994, at the Alte Winterreitschule in Vienna, Austria, the third of Plácido Domingo's numerous Christmas in Vienna concerts. The Vienna Symphony, under the direction of maestro Vjekoslav Šutej, provided orchestral accompanying to the three singers, and the Vienna Children's Choir provided choral backups.

The concert proved to be a success; the recorded event was broadcast internationally and released as an album internationally during the 1995 Christmas season. It reached the number one spot on the Norwegian albums chart.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
  2. Noëls D'autrefois
  3. When a Child is Born
  4. A Very Private Christmas
  5. Ave Maria
  6. Carol of the Bells
  7. Es ist ein Ros entsprungen/Det Hev Ei Rose Sprunge
  8. Un Enfant Est Né
  9. I'll Walk with God
  10. Un Enfant de Toi pour Noël/My Own Child for Christmas from You
  11. The Twelve Days of Christmas
  12. Medley: It's Christmas Time All over the World/Auld Lang Syne/Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow/Let There Be Peace on Earth/We Wish You a Merry Christmas
  13. Kum Ba Yah, My Lord
  14. Silent Night/Noche de Paz/Stille Nacht

Chart performance[edit]

Chart[1][2] Peak
Belgium (Flanders) 39
Belgium (Wallonia) 25
Germany 50
Netherlands 72
Norway 1
Sweden 14


  1. ^ a b "PLACIDO DOMINGO / SISSEL KYRKJEBO / CHARLES AZNAVOUR - CHRISTMAS IN VIENNA III (ALBUM)". (with additional world wide chart information).
  2. ^ "PLACIDO DOMINGO / SISSEL KYRKJEBO / CHARLES AZNAVOUR - CHRISTMAS IN VIENNA III (ALBUM)". UltraTop: Official Charts for Francophone Belgium (with other chart information (in French).

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