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Carmina Celtica

Canty

Scottish
Linn Records

Released: 1st October 2010
Catalogue Number: CDK378
Barcode: 691062037822
Running Time: 67 mins.

CD£14.05 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.

You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


Four voices and harp travel a spiritual path from the medieval to the modern.
Perhaps being recorded in Greyfriars Church in Edinburgh brings a extra added tone or atmosphere to the whole but it certainly grabs you as a quality item both vocally and in production terms.
Needing to relax a wee bit more? Try this.

1) Salve Splendor
2) Os mutorum
3) Confessor Dei
4) O quam mirabilis
5) Green Grow the Rushes
6) Lorica
7) Flower Garland
8) Five Laude Antiphons
9) Inviolata, itegra et casta ea, Maria
10) Through the Wood, Laddie
11) Shining Light
12) Beatus Gallus
13) There Is Nothing Brighter than the Sun
14) A solis occasu
15) Ubi flumen praesulis
16) Sacrosanctum Kentegernus
17) The Stars In Their Courses
18) Two Hadiths


Four voices and harp travel a spiritual path from the medieval to the modern.
Perhaps being recorded in Greyfriars Church in Edinburgh brings a extra added tone or atmosphere to the whole but it certainly grabs you as a quality item both vocally and in production terms.
Needing to relax a wee bit more? Try this.

Lineup

The Singers:
Rebecca Taverner (Director); Micaela Haslam, Anne Lewis and Joanne Wicks.
Harps: William Taylor

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