A Gaelic Christmas Mary McLaughlin
A Gaelic Christmas is a collection of Christmas carols and hymns all sung in the Irish Gaelic language. The material spans several centuries and includes ancient traditional Irish carols such as "The Wexford Carol" as well as Gaelic versions of beloved Victorian carols including "Holy Night," "I Saw Three Ships," and "Silent Night".
William Couler An all-star cast with inspired arrangements of Celtic favorites.
O’er the Moor, Among the Heather
This instrumental CD captures the musical imagery of the Celtic countryside. Deby’s fiery fiddling is a joyous celebration of life like the gaiety of laughter with family in a crowded kitchen or dancing strathspeys and reels with friends in a full Ceilidh hall. A fiddler’s tune is remembrance; it’s an emotional souvenir of time.
Daughter of Lir Mary McLaughlin
One of Narada’s “Celtic Voices,” Mary Mc Laughlin takes you on a journey which bridges the gap between mythical and modern Ireland on this beautiful, evocative album. The songs are original and provide a platform for her lush, multi layered vocals.
Singing In Irish Gaelic Book A phonetic approach to singing in the Irish language, suitable for non-Irish speakers.Arranged by Mary Mc Laughlin.Includes sheet music, chords, phonetics, Irish lyrics, and a translation and background to each song. A must for anyone who has longed to sing in Gaelic but not had the opportunity to learn the Irish language. $17.99
William Couter shares his love of traditional Celtic music .
Celtic Crossing Book
Arranged by William Coulter. Nineteen favorite Celtic-influenced melodies in stunning fingerstyle arrangements, written in both standard notation and tablature. $19.95
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Celtic Christmas Kim Robertson
Robertson's crystalline harp sounds like a mountain brook coursing through a cathedral; the most peaceful and perhaps the most beautiful of this year's albums in loveley elegiac arrangements.
Celtic Christmas II Kim Robertson
This album adds a romantic touch to Christmas that is original and tastefull. Away in a Manger, We Three Kings, Silent Night, Noel Nouvelet, Merrily on High, Pastourelle, Come All Ye Shepherds..
Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas once again unleash their dazzling teamwork, driving, dancing rhythms, and shared passion for taking the infectious melodies and grooves of Scottish/Celtic music on an exciting new journey.
Celtic Songs & Slow Airs for Mountain Dulcimer All songs and airs are in both standard notation and easy to read dulcimer tablature with detailed playing instruction for each composition.Also included is the history of each piece as well as recorded sources and web links for each tune.The compact disc contains a one verse rendition of both the vocal part and the piece played as an instrumental. 104 pages 34 arrangements spiral bound w/ CD included
Beyond the Shore Deby Benton Grosjean
Deby's exciting fiddle technique and compelling arrangements takes the listener on a journey "...navigating traditional and uncharted celtic fiddle tunes..." The unique combination of well know artists blends on occasion with the sounds of the sea and takes you away from the drum of daily life.
Soft May Morn
A treasure of ancient Scottish melodies unearthed by Bonnie Rideout while in residence at Scotland's Armadale castle on the Isle of Skye.With piano and guitar, tunes include St. Kilda Dance, Lament for Clan Ranald, The Battery Rock, Joyful is the Crossing, The Lad's Cairn.
Music on the Wind
Twenty two tracks drawn from all of Patrick’s albums (1983-2003)the tunes that most enchanted his listeners.
Music of O'Carolan
Includes Carolan's Quarrel With the Landlady, Blind Mary, Sheebeg Sheemore, Young William Plunkett, Carolan's Welcome.
Carolan's Gift A tribute to the legendary Irish bard by assorted Maggie's Music musicians.
Hammered Dulcimer virtuosi Karen Ashbrook and Belgian multi-instrumentilist Paul Oorts invite you to their café for an exciting blend of Irish, French & Flemish music from the cultural crossroads of Europe.