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Celtic Solstice

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Released  February 9, 1999
Artist  Paul Winter
Label  Living Music
Length  57:33
Release date  9 February 1999
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Genres  Celtic music, New-age music
Awards  Grammy Award for Best New Age Album
Similar  Paul Winter albums, New-age music albums

Celtic Solstice is an album by Paul Winter, released in 1999 through the record label Living Music. In 2000, the album earned him a Grammy Award for Best New Age Album.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Triumph" (Halley, Spillane, Winter) – 7:06
  2. "Golden Apples of the Sun" (traditional, Yeats) – 6:25
  3. "Hollow Hills" (Spillane) – 1:55
  4. "O'Farrell's Welcome to Limerick" (traditional) – 4:36
  5. "Dawnwalker" (Halley, Spillane) – 6:43
  6. "My Fair and Faithful Love/Blarney Pilgram" (Maclean, traditional) – 5:23
  7. "Sweet Comeraghs" (Faoli·in) – 3:55
  8. "After the Fleadh/Running Through the Woods With Keetu" (Fahy, Madden) – 6:45
  9. "The Minister's Adieu" (Thomas) – 2:09
  10. "Farewell to Govan" (Cunningham) – 2:58
  11. "Golden Apples of the Sun (Reprise)" (traditional) – 7:06
  12. "Dawnwalker (Reprise)" (Halley, Spillane) – 2:32

Personnel

  • Paul Winter – soprano saxophone
  • Davy Spillane – uilleann pipes
  • Eileen Ivers – fiddle
  • Karan Casey – vocals
  • Joanie Madden – flute and whistle
  • Jerry O'Sullivan – uilleann pipes
  • Paul Halley – pipe organ and piano
  • Jamey Haddad – percussion
  • Zan McLoed – guitar
  • Carol Thompson – Celtic harp and Welsh triple harp
  • Austin McGrath – bodhran
  • Bakithi Kumalo – bass
  • Songs

    1Triumph7:06
    2Golden Apples of the Sun6:23
    3Hollow Hills1:55

    References

    Celtic Solstice Wikipedia


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