The Small One – A Christmas Story (Bing Crosby)

The Small One

Happy Christmas all! To celebrate this year’s Christmas festivities, I would like to present a narration by Bing Crosby of a moving Christmas story called The Small One like I did the last 2 years and will continue doing on the 25th of December. I loved listening to this as a child around Christmas time. It was on the same LP (image above) as Oscar Wilde’s The Happy Prince which I posted about May 3 years ago.

According to Wikipedia: The Small One is a Charles Tazewell story with musical accompaniment from Victor Young and His Orchestra. Charles Tazewell was a radio playwright and children’s book author, whose work has been adapted multiple times for film…..

I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has been so supportive of my blog. I feel grateful to have conversed with you in blogger-sphere because it has made this venture all the more satisfying. I wish you and all your families a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

“The more I live, the more I learn. The more I learn, the more I realize, the less I know.”- Michel Legrand

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7 comments on “The Small One – A Christmas Story (Bing Crosby)
  1. Badfinger (Max) says:

    Wonderful story Matt. Matt I really like this WP community. We would have never met if we didn’t have it. I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas.

    • Hello Max, I’ve listened to this story every Christmas Day and I’m glad you like it so much. The music and general production are timeless and always gives me goosebumps. I agree about the WP community and I’m grateful to have met people like you. Thank you for your well wishes and I hope the same for you good folk.

  2. River Dixon says:

    Have a very Merry Christmas!

  3. Ahh, thanks Matt. It’s been great making your acquaintance! Happy 2023! Sharon.

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