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Musical Notes with Julia: Winter Playlist

Dear Residents, Families, and Friends,

It’s officially winter! This month, I’m bringing you a list of
winter songs to cozy up to as the sun sets earlier and the
weather gets colder.

Growing up in Chicago, I anxiously awaited how much snowfall we would get each winter and always hoped for a snow day! I spent winters sledding with friends and frolicking around in the snow with a snowsuit and snow boots. While I haven’t seen as much snow since living in Maryland, I still like to lean into the winter season. I look forward to warming up inside under a blanket to enjoy a movie, a good book, and a nice warm drink this time of year. I’ve put together a cozy playlist of winter songs that you can turn on to enjoy with your loved ones this winter season as we embrace the cold weather together.

Songs of the Season Winter Playlist

  1. “Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!” by Dean Martin
  2. “Sleigh Ride” by Leroy Anderson
  3. “I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm” by Frank Sinatra
  4. “When Winter Comes” by Artie Shaw and His Orchestra
  5. “Moonlight in Vermont” by Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong
  6. “The First Snowfall” by Bing Crosby
  7. “Dance Mr. Snowman Dance” by the Crew Cuts
  8. “Winter Weather” by Benny Goodman & Peggy Lee
  9. “Little Jack Frost” by Bing Crosby & Peggy Lee
  10. “Winter Wonderland” by Ella Fitzgerald

One of my personal favorites is “Winter Song” by Sara Bareilles and Ingrid Michealson. I love how their voices sound when they blend together! I’d love to hear from you
about your favorite winter or cold weather music.

For more information on Music Therapy or Brain Wellness, contact Julia McCarren at jmccarren@kensingtonsl.com.