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Top 10 Mormon Tabernacle Choir Stories of 2014

Happy New Year! We are excited to get started with 2015 and look forward to all of the great things the Choir has lined up such as the Atlantic Coast Tour, Handel’s Messiah album release, Pioneer Day and Christmas concerts, and much more. We are constantly publishing Choir-related stories to our blog.

Let's take a look back at the top 10 blog stories of 2014:

10. 2014 Christmas Guests Are Brought to You by the Letters 

And were they ever fun! Read the full story.

9. “Be Still, My Soul:” The History and an Impromptu Performance by David Archuleta

This impromptu performance below turned out to be a big hit with our YouTube audience.

8. Critics Agree: The Christmas Concert Featuring Santino Fontana and The Sesame Street Muppets was a Smashing Success

Watch a highlight video and read what reviewers said about the 2014 Christmas concert.

7. The Top Five YouTube Videos Of 2013

Wait until you see the variety of videos that made this list

6. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir Takes Part in Record-Breaking Nativity Scene

David Archuleta, Peter Hollens, The Piano Guys and more. If you haven't seen this, watch now.

5. Watch What Happens When the Mormon Tabernacle Choir "Flash Mobs" Colonial Williamsburg [VIDEO]

It was a normal day in Colonial Williamsburg until… watch video.

4. 9/11: Rising Above—Special Edition of Music & the Spoken Word with Tom Brokaw

3. Watch the Choir Perform “Betelehemu” — A Nigerian Carol Complete with Drums, Choreography, and Surprises

If you've only seen the Choir sing at General Conference, you need to watch this

2. Watch David Archuleta’s New Video for “Glorious,” from Meet The Mormons

Watch the video that received over 1 million views in one week.

1. Watch The Fast-Paced “Flight Of The Bumblebee” Performed Using Nothing But Hand-Bells

Bells + Bumblebees = Awesome

Bonus: Here are a few more 2014 blog posts that you'll love:

An Amazing Phenomenon Happens to the Heartbeats of Choir Members When They Sing Together

Why Isn’t This Year’s Christmas Concert Broadcast on TV or YouTube?

The Story of How a Former Choir Conductor Walked out of the Tabernacle Before "God Be with You Till We Meet Again" Was Finished