Hancock's Christmas Lights to Music 2013

Dec 28, 2013



Hancock Christmas 2013

The 2013 Christmas season came upon me way too fast. I got a late start on building props and working on the sequencing of the songs to add them in. But, I got it done..

New to this year's show are four new Cosmic Color Arches which can be seen on the right hand side of the videos in front of the five smaller trees. This year's show features slightly more than 17,000 lights, six Cosmic Color Arches, and red and green lasers, all controlled by 496 lighting channels choreographed to popular Christmas tunes.

This year show features a new song - "Hark the Herald Angles Sing" - a special arrangement created especially for the show by popular Boston musician, Ilona Macki.

Most of the props used in the show are hand made. Last year I featured a behind the scenes look at the making of the mega-tree. This year I'll give you a behind the scenes look at how the LOR Cosmic Color arches are made.

Without further words, here are this year's Hancock's Christmas Lights to Music videos:


"Hark the Herald Angles Sing" a special arrangement by Ilona Maki




"Welcome Christmas" from the movie "How the Grinch Stole Christmas"




"Sleigh Ride" by the Denver Mile High Orchestra




"Music Box Dancer" by DJ Schwede




"Wizards in Winter" by the Trans Siberian Orchestra




"Most Wonderful Time of the Year" by the Denver Mile High Orchestra




"Linus and Lucy" by the Vince Guaraldi Trio




"Joy to the World" by the Denver Mile High Orchestra




"Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies" by The Hit Crew




"Have Yourself a Very Merry Christmas" by the Denver Mile High Orchestra




"God Rest ye Merry Gentlemen" by the Trans Siberian Orchestra




"Carol of the Bells" by Monique Danielle




"Beethoven" by the Trans Siberian Orchestra




"Amazing Grace" (Short Version) by Natalie Dance






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