- "The Alfred Burt Carols Golden Anniversary Compilation" (CD) 2004 - 2005 release on VAG Records, produced by Nicola Marcello D'Amico,
featuring artists such as Natalie Cole, Nat King Cole, Kenny Loggins, Andy Williams, Simon and Garfunkel, Johnny Mathis, Maureen McGovern, Julie
Andrews, Peggy Lee, Tennessee Ernie Ford, The Hi-Lo's, The Caroling Company, John Williams and The Boston Pops, Lex DeAzevedo and the Millennium
Choir and Orchestra, The Singers Unlimited, The King Family, Dave Grusin, First Call, The Voices Of Jimmy Joyce and George Winston.
- "Some Children See Him" is featured on the James Taylor 2004 Christmas release "A Christmas Album, produced bny Dave Grusin, available on the Hallmark label.
- "A Christmas Present from The Caroling Company" (CD) 2003 release on VAG Records, produced by Nicola Marcello D'Amico, by The Caroling Company. This a cappella ensemble is led by none other than Diane Burt, daughter of Alfred S.Burt. The recording features 25 Christmas favorites, including 8 of the Alfred Burt Carols.
- Mannheim Steamroller's 2001 Album "Christmas Extraordinaire" includes a version of the Burt Carol "Some Children See Him."
- "Caroling, Caroling" is a new complete collection of the Alfred Burt Carols by Lex de Azevedo with Millennium Choir.
- "American Christmas Classics" by Ron Clancy is a beautiful coffee table book about American Christmas Carols,
with lovely artwork for each carol listing, and a CD with a corresponding
rendition of the carol. He has included three of the Burt Carols: "The
Star Carol," "Some Children See Him," and "Caroling, Caroling." You can discover more about this book and CD by going to www.christmasclassics.com
- George Winston's "December" album on Windham Hill Records was
reissued in a 20th Anniversary edition, and now includes "Nigh Bethlehem"
as a bonus track.
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