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Solstice Lament - Ensemble Galilei - Following The Moon (CD, Album)

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  1. The winter solstice, the highest Moon of the year and three bright planets — it’s going to be quite a weekend in the skies. Greg Redfern explains it all.
  2. Solstice's repertoire includes music from around the world and through the ages. We sing songs in 16 different languages spanning 9 centuries of history.
  3. Press Release: ENSEMBLE GALILEI LAUNCHES CD AND THEATER PROJECT INSPIRED BY VETERANS Press Release – PDF Press Release – DOCX Album Notes Sue Richards, Ginger Hildebrand, and I spent seven years of Fridays driving into Washington, D.C. to play for wounded warriors and their families. We started at Mologne House at the Walter Reed Army [ ].
  4. Solstice's third album finds the lineup tweaked again - Jethro Tull veteran Clive Bunker's joined on drums and Emma Brown is the new lead vocalist. The long-serving Marc Elton is still here on violin, and has some powerful moments, but sadly this would be his last recording with the group - due to tinnitus he had to quit live performance, and.
  5. Listen to your favorite songs from Following the Moon by Ensemble Galilei Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Solstice Lament: English Dance: Clara: album. Following the Moon Ensemble Galilei. 15 songs (58 minutes).
  6. Ensemble Galilei (with Sue Richards), Following the Moon Banish Misfortune/Langstrom's Pony Cantiga Jamieson's Farewell The Gentle Swan Recercada Primera The Dark Slender Boy/The Young Black Cow Welcome to Winter I Wish I Were on Yonder Hill Felicitas/Regina/Christina The Dark Island/Come by the Hills/My Home Solstice Lament English Dance.
  7. Jun 21,  · The album also earned Williams her first GRAMMY win for Best Country Song for "Passionate Kisses," but it was the slide-guitar lament "Big Red Sun Blues" that had us howlin' at the sun with lines like, "The sun is hangin' in the sky/Sinkin' low and so am I," and still wondering, "How'm I gonna lose these big red sun blues," 30 years later. — N.H.
  8. A four-time National Scottish harp champion, teacher and adjudicator in harp competitions nationwide, Sue also tours with Ceoltoiri and Ensemble Galilei. Sue's recordings include: Grey Eyed Morn, Morning Aire, Hazel Grove; with Ceoltoiri: Silver Apples of the Moon, Celtic Lace, Women of Ireland ; and with Ensemble Galilei: A Winter's Night.

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