Night of Silence

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Night of Silence is a Christmas carol and Roman Catholic Advent hymn, written in 1981 by American composer, Daniel Kantor,[1] and then published in 1984 by GIA Publications.[2] The carol is a quodlibet,[3] the term used for a partner song that can be sung simultaneously with another song. ("Night of Silence" can be sung simultaneously with the Christmas carol "Silent Night").[citation needed] It has been recorded by Marty Haugen, David Haas, Yvonne Kenny, Chris Squire, St. Olaf College, Cantus, Theocracy, and many other choirs and singers worldwide.[citation needed]


  1. "Daniel Kantor".
  2. "GIA Publications - Night of Silence - Instrumental Set and Full Score".
  3. [1][dead link]

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