GENTRI delivers a stirring rendition of “Silent Night” in the style of a music video that also has an essential message. The message is that Christ has the capacity to heal old wounds and make all things whole since He is, in fact, the master healer.
The powerful tenors Brad Robins, Casey Elliott, and Bradley Quinn Lever make up GENTRI, which is an acronym that stands for “The Gentlemen Trio.” The group was formed in June 2014 and takes its name from this moniker.
Stephen Nelson, who has won several awards for his work as a composer, arranger, and producer, is the group’s fourth and final member.
The Christmas carol known as “Silent Night” was written by Franz Xaver Gruber in 1818, and the lyrics were written by Joseph Mohr in the quaint village of Oberndorf bei Salzburg, Austria.
The song was not recorded for the first time until 1905. UNESCO included the song on its list of intangible cultural heritage items in the year 2011. As of now, the song has been rendered into a total of 140 different languages.
A message has been posted by the group on the video, which reads as follows: “Silent Night was the very first song that we published nearly 8 years ago! It has a very important and meaningful place in both of our hearts.
It is not only one of the most beautiful Christmas carols that has ever been composed, but it also appears to encapsulate the tenderness of the Christ child when he was born in a manger as well as the grandeur of his mission.
We wanted the aesthetics of this film to illustrate a real-life situation of how Christ can heal old wounds and make all things whole while we were working on it, and our goal was to do that. He really is the best healer in the world.
Through listening to this message and listening to this music, we hope that you will feel at peace and find healing. May God bless you and happy holidays to you!