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Secret Garden

Irish
Universal

Released: 1997
Catalogue Number: 534605-211
Barcode: 731453460522
Running Time: 56 mins.

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Second album from the Irish-Norwegian duo formed after a stunning appearance by Fionnuala on the Eurovision Song Contest as the entertainment, not as a competitor.

1) Steps
2) Poeme
3) Hymn to Hope
4) Moving
5) First Day of Spring
6) Passacaglia
7) Reflection
8) Windancer
9) Appassionata
10) Escape
11) Sanctury
12) Celebration
13) Home
14) Illumination
Second album from the Irish-Norwegian duo formed after a stunning appearance by Fionnuala on the Eurovision Song Contest as the entertainment, not as a competitor.

Lineup

Fionnuala Sherry - Violin
Rolf Lovland - Piano & Keyboards
with
Davy Spillane - Uilleann PIpes & Low Whistle
Hans Fredrik Jacobsen - Whistle & Recorder
Simon Emes - Oboes & Cor Anglais
Martin O'Connor - Accordion
Kenneth Edge - Sax
Annbjorg Lien - Hardanger Fiddle
Derek Bell - Tiompan
Bjorn Ole Rasch - Keyboards
Des Moore - Guitar
Rolf Kristensen - Guitar & Zither
John Feeley - Classical Guitar
Noel Eccles - Percussion
Joakim Nordin - Orchestral Percussion
Eoghan O'Neill - Bass
Robbie Casserly - Drums
RTE Concert Orchestra
Irish National Chamber Choir

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