music to dream to - celtic music
Her music is the sound of Scotland, Ireland... the lands of the Celts. Harp and other somewhat ancient instruments create a faraway sound, typical for the green isles, a wonderful music to dream to, to soar high over the ocean to a foreign shore...
If you love the TV-series "Highlander" and the episodes "Homeland" and "To be/Not to be" (especially the collage of Duncan MacLeod's life that's kind of an annexe to the series' finale), you'll immediately recognize "Bonny Portmore".
Loreena McKennitt has even set to music Tennyson's poem "The Lady of Shalott". I can't describe it properly - just try one of her CDs on your own, and you'll see.
|Book of Secrets|
|1. Prologue||6. La Serenissima|
|2. The Mummers' Dance||7. Night Ride across the Caucasus|
|3. Skellig||8. Dante's Prayer|
|4. Marco Polo|
|5. The Highwayman|
|1. All Souls Night||6. Tango to Evora|
|2. Bonny Portmore||7. Courtyard Lullaby|
|3. Between the Shadows||8. The Old Ways|
|4. The Lady of Shalott||9. Cymbeline|
|1. Samain Night||6. Dickens' Dublin (The Palace)|
|2. Moon Cradle||7. Breaking the Silence|
|3. Huron 'Beltane' Fire Dance||8. Ancient Pines|
|4. Annachie Gordon|
|5. Standing Stones|
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