Colonial Christmas
On this exciting new work Barry Phillips has arranged three distinct types of music:
American choral pieces by William Billings and other early American composers, dance tunes from John Playford’s The English Dancing Master, and folk tunes of the period and earlier.
Christmas Lullaby
Kim Robertson
On this beautiful all solo Celtic harp recording Kim performs a wealth of seasonal pieces from all around the globe.From Scottish pieces such as Christ Child Lullaby, Balloo Lammy, Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming to evocative medieval hymns as St. Bridget’s, St. Basil’s and Plain chant.
A Victorian Christmas
Robin Petrie
Christmas had been a much neglected holiday until the Victorians revived its beloved traditions - trimming the tree, hanging the mistletoe, decking the hall...and celebrating it all in songs called carols.
Prairie Christmas
Joe Weed
Joe Weed's choice of instrumentation and arrangement gives these tunes a beautiful flavor of Americana. Hark the Herald, Greensleeves, Cherry Tree Carol, I Wonder as I Wander, Auld Lang Syne, more.
A Toolbox Christmas
Woody Phillips
Your favorite carols performed on your favorite hand and power tools. From the workshop of Maestro Woody Phillips, glorious holiday sounds ascend from the sawdust to the heavens.
A Victorian Noël
Robin Petrie
An enchanting companion album to A Victorian Christmas... Oliver Cromwell and the Puritans officially outlawed all festivals, including the ancient Yuletide celebrations so beloved by the people.
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.
Lee Spears with Donna Beck Michael. Instrumental impressions for Christmas and the winter season. Hammered Dulcimer, Piano, Guitar, English Horn and Cello.
Christmas in the Air
The magic sound of the hammer dulcimer comes alive in this instrumetal recording of eighteen all time favorite Christmas carols.
One Wintry Night
Jerry Read Smith performing on Hammered Dulcimer and Lisa Marie Smith on Flute. A richly textured album with natural instruments.
White Christmas
Russell Cook. Christmas classics are given a whole new life through these unique beautiful arrangements of fiddle, mandolin, guitar, cello, flute, English horn, oboe, keyboard and snare drum.
Merrily Greet the Time
Sue Richards & Maggie Sansone
Seasonal music from Autumn Equinox to the New Year celebrates music from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and other lands where Celtic people settled.
A Scottish Christmas
Bonnie Rideout, Maggie Sansone and Al Petteway
Traditional Scottish carols, wassail tunes, strathspeys and reels for the celebration of Christmas, Hogmanay & the New Year.
Ancient Noels
Maggie Sansone & Ensemble Galilei
Ancient carols, Renaissance rhythms and haunting medieval hymns bring to life images of desert landscapes, stone monasteries and the origins of Chrismas.
Masters of the Mt. Dulcimer Christmas
Featuring Lorraine Hammond, Linda Brockinton, Lorinda Jones, David Schnaufer, Stephan Seifert, and many more dulcimer masters showcasing their various styles, from the modern to the medieval.
Hammered Dulcimer Christmas
Joshua Messick balances tradition and innovation superbly to give us a fresh, exciting take on holiday favorites that never violates their spirit.
A beautiful and transcendent listening experience – an essential addition to every Christmas CD collection.
– Robin Bullock
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".
Winter Tidings
An Applachian Christmas
Al Petteway & Amy White
A holiday celebration of traditional Celtic carols and mountain melodies from the southern Appalachians performed on acoustic guitars, mandolin, banjo, Celtic harp, piano, fiddle, bass and percussion.