We use cookies to provide essential features and services. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies .

×

COVID-19 Response at Fishpond

Read what we're doing...

The Celts
By

Rating
Hurry - Only 3 left in stock!
Album: The Celts
# Song Title   Time
1)    Celts
2)    Aldebaran
3)    I Want Tomorrow
4)    March of the Celts - (Irish Gaelic)
5)    Deireadh an Tuath - (Irish Gaelic)
6)    Sun in the Stream, The
7)    To Go Beyond, Pt. 1
8)    Fairytale
9)    Epona
10)    Triad: St. Patrick/C Chulainn/Oisin: St. Patrick / Cu Chulainn / Oisin - (Irish Gaelic)
11)    Portrait (Out of the Blue)
12)    Boadicea
13)    Bard Dance
14)    Dan y Dwr - (Irish Gaelic)
15)    To Go Beyond, Pt. 2
 

Album: The Celts
# Song Title   Time
1)    Celts
2)    Aldebaran
3)    I Want Tomorrow
4)    March of the Celts - (Irish Gaelic)
5)    Deireadh an Tuath - (Irish Gaelic)
6)    Sun in the Stream, The
7)    To Go Beyond, Pt. 1
8)    Fairytale
9)    Epona
10)    Triad: St. Patrick/C Chulainn/Oisin: St. Patrick / Cu Chulainn / Oisin - (Irish Gaelic)
11)    Portrait (Out of the Blue)
12)    Boadicea
13)    Bard Dance
14)    Dan y Dwr - (Irish Gaelic)
15)    To Go Beyond, Pt. 2
 
Product Description
Product Details
Performer Notes
  • Personnel includes: Enya (vocals, various instruments); Arty McGlynn (electric guitar); Patrick Halling (violin); Liam O'Flionn (Uillean pipes).
  • Includes liner notes by Roma Ryan.
  • Personnel: Arty McGlynn (electric guitar); Patrick Halling (violin); Liam O'Flionn (pipe, Uilleann pipe); Liam O'Flynn (pipe).
  • Photographer: David Scheinmann.
  • Arrangers: Enya; Nicky Ryan.
  • THE CELTS is the 1992 re-release of a 1987 album simply titled ENYA, containing 15 selections originally composed for a BBC series of the same name. Although a number of the tracks sound dated, several others, including "To Go Beyond (II)" are notable for how they locate the origins of the classic Enya sound, far removed from earlier Celtic efforts.
  • A tidy, dreamlike piece, "Epona," is about the Horse Goddess, closely connected to Rhiannon, whose birds are said to awaken the dead. The tale of a rebellious ancient queen who poisoned herself, "Boadicea" finds Enya humming over a dark keyboard refrain.
Ask a Question About this Product More...
Write your question below:
Look for similar items by category
Home » Music » World Music » Europe » Celtic
Home » Music » New Age » General
Item ships from and is sold by Fishpond.com, Inc.
Back to top