Ann Moray - Ann Moray Presents Gaelic Songs And Legends download album
Ann Moray (1909 – 1981) was a Welsh singer and novelist. While biographical information is difficult to find, according to liner notes on her recording, "The Love Songs of Robert Burns" (Spoken Arts she studied music in Vienna. During World War II, she worked with the . Army Chaplains, singing unaccompanied in battlefield hospitals, where the soldiers knew her as "Scottie"
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Title: Gaelic Songs And Legends. Label: Spoken Arts – 745 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Date of released: Category: Folk, World, & Country Style: Celtic, Folk. Ann Moray - Gaelic Songs And Legends MP3 version. Ann Moray Presents Gaelic Songs And Legends (LP). Warning! Your ISP is tracking you!
On May 2, 2009 Mary Ann Acevedo sang this song, in a duet with Hannaní Peraza, and they had a "standing ovation" of the people, this is the first time that the song "Mirame", is presented on the stage of Objetivo Fama. This song has a new version, the "merengue version".
Ann Moray (1909–1981) was a singer and novelist. A native of Wales, Moray married Juan Lopez de Ceballos, a Venezuelan diplomat. While biographical information is difficult to find, according to liner notes on her recording, The Love Songs of Robert Burns (Spoken Arts she studied music in Vienna. Army Chaplains, singing unaccompanied in battlefield hospitals, where the soldiers knew her as Scottie. Maxine Andrews tells a story about a soldier who was afraid he was near death, who asked Moray to sing Abide With Me at his funeral
Music is in Mary Ann’s blood, though, and her multi-faceted career as a singer, musician and broadcaster has flourished. What drives the myriad strings on Kennedy’s musical bow could perhaps be distilled to one influence that’s been with her throughout her life – Gaelic Song. Which is perhaps why her first ever solo album, released this month, opens with a simple, and heartfelt, call to action – Sing! An Dàn – Gaelic Songs for a Modern World opens with Seinn, Horo, Seinn a stirring start with piano, strings and Kennedy’s light, appealing vocal. As the album’s tag-line ‘Gaelic Songs for a Modern World’ declares, though, that tradition moves ever forward. The album includes two songs woven around the poetry of Kennedy’s friend and mentor, the revered poet Aonghas MacNeacail. Sìth na Coille (Forest’s Peace) sees fiddle soar over a soft guitar and Mary Ann’s plaintive vocal.
|A1||Eriskay Love Lilt|
|A2||Ruari of Dunvegan|
|A3||Heart Of Fire-Love|
|A4||Seagull Of The Land Under The Waves|
|A5||Seal Woman's Joy|
|A7||Song Of The Sea Winds|
|Songs Of The Saints|
|A8||Ethne's Lullaby To Colomba|
|A9||The Rune Of Columcille|
|A10||Saint Bride's Lullaby|
|Three Uncanny Songs|
|B1||The Witches Milking Croon|
|B2||The Witches Fate Song|
|B3||The Water-Kelpie's Lullaby|
|B4||The Fairy Song To The Dying Christian Woman|
|B5||The Fairy Love Song|
|B6||The Fairy Plaint On The Day Of The Cross|
|Heroic Family Songs And Lullabies|
|B7||Kishmul's Galley: The Song Of The MacNeill's Of Barra|
|B8||The Lullaby To The Heir Of MacNeil|
|B9||The Col Nurse's Lilt|
|B10||The Processional Song Sung At The Crowning Of The Lord Of The Isles|
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