This album borrows its name from Brightman's earlier 2008 album, Symphony. A deluxe edition was released through Barnes & Noble which included extra tracks and a DVD that featured documentary segments "The Making of A Winter Symphony", a promotional photo gallery, and Brightman's live performances of "Fleurs du Mal", "Symphony", "Let It Rain", and "Running" from Fashion on Ice.
"I Believe in Father Christmas/I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday (promo-only)" (2008)
Selling about 14,000 copies on the first week in the United States, the album debuted at number thirty-eight on the BillboardTop 200. It also made another debuts such as the Top Classical Crossover Albums at number-three; It scored a number six in the Top Holiday Albums, being the first entry for Brightman on this chart and debuted at number-four on the Top Internet Albums. In Japan, the album debuted in the top 15. It entered the chart at No. 12 selling 13,953 copies in the first week on chart.