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#0, The Fall of Petrograd: The Soundtrack
Posted by Gryphon on Dec-24-17 at 09:22 PM
I decided not to put music links in the stories themselves any more, since I've been burned too many times by the medium-to-long-term instability of things on YouTube, but for what it's worth in this moment, here are the songs from this mini-series. No warranty is offered as to whether they will work where you are (another of the many problems with sourcing music on YouTube).

There is a fair bit of repetition, but all of it is on purpose.

Act I

1. The Ink Spots
"Memories of You"
(1940)

2. Trans-Siberian Orchestra
"A Mad Russian's Christmas"
Christmas Eve and Other Stories (1996)

3. Trans-Siberian Orchestra
"Wizards in Winter"
The Lost Christmas Eve (2004)

4. Trans-Siberian Orchestra
"Winter Palace"
Dreams of Fireflies (On a Christmas Night) (2012)

Act II

1. The Ink Spots
"Maybe"
(1940)

2. Trans-Siberian Orchestra
"A Mad Russian's Christmas"
Christmas Eve and Other Stories (1996)

3. Trans-Siberian Orchestra
"The Wisdom of Snow"
The Lost Christmas Eve (2004)

4. Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen
"Midnight in Moscow"
Midnight in Moscow (1962)

5. Trans-Siberian Orchestra
"Winter Palace"
Dreams of Fireflies (On a Christmas Night) (2012)

Act III

1. The Ink Spots
"We Three (My Echo, My Shadow, and Me)"
(1940)

2. Trans-Siberian Orchestra
"A Mad Russian's Christmas"
Christmas Eve and Other Stories (1996)

3. Trans-Siberian Orchestra
"Winter Palace"
Dreams of Fireflies (On a Christmas Night) (2012)

4. Trans-Siberian Orchestra
"Wish Liszt (Toy Shop Madness)"
The Lost Christmas Eve (2004}

5. Savatage
"Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24)"
Dead Winter Dead (1995)

Note: This is the same track—not just the same song, but the same recording—that was released the next year on the first Trans-Siberian Orchestra album, Christmas Eve and Other Stories.

6. Trans-Siberian Orchestra
"The Wisdom of Snow"
The Lost Christmas Eve (2004)

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