A Christmas Celtic Sojourn
Less well-known songs from a variety of Irish, Scots and
Briton artists - a wonderful selection for the true flavor
of a Celtic Christmas.
A Scottish Christmas
Al Petteway, Bonnie Rideout, Maggie Sansone
Lively pipes and fiddles will jolly you up and get you dancing
to both traditional and Scots holiday songs. A terrific
CD. Highly recommended.
A Thistle & Shamrock Christmas Ceilidh
Altan, Lunasa, Capercaillie, Tannahill Weavers, Cherish
The title is misleading, since the music hasn't much to
do with Christmas - but this is a great party music CD and
includes the Weavers doing Auld Lang Syne. A great pick
for your New Year's Eve party.
Winter in Scotland: A Highland Christmas
Steve McDonald and Holly Smith
Traditional Christmas Carols rendered in beautiful Scottish
voices with pipes and drums for accompaniment. A wonderful
choice to add Scottish flavor to your Christmas music
Celtic Christmas: Silver Anniversary Edition
Modern New Age Celtic and traditional folk songs, mostly
instrumental, with a few sung in Gaelic. A completely new
take on what Christmas songs may be like. Beautiful music.
A Winter Garden (Five Songs for the Season) EP
Her beautiful voice and harp accompaniment are the backbone
of this lovely EP which includes Coventry Carol, God Rest Ye Merry,
Gentlemen, and Good King Wenceslas. Wonderful.
EP means there are only 5 tracks, only one of which is
a Christmas song. However, that one is "Silent Night"
sung in Gaelic by the most popular New Age singer of our
time. If you're a fan, or if you want to hear this beloved
song in Gaelic, you gotta have it.
The Virgin's Lament
(Caoineadhi Na Maighdine)
Nóirín Ní Riain and the Monks of Glenstal Abby
Nóirín Ní Riain's beautiful soprano
soars over the deeper voices of the monks as they sing (and
chant) medieval Celtic religious music in Gaelic and Latin.
Amazing, wonderful, profound.
Home for Christmas
The Irish Tenors
All our favorite Christmas songs sung by gorgeous male voices
with an Irish lilt. Nothing could be cheerier for the holiday
Comfort & Joy: A Christmas Celtic Sojourn
A treasury of traditional Celtic countries Christmas carols
performed by a various well-known artists.
Merrily Greet the Time
Features four-time Scottish harp champion Sue Richards on
Celtic harp and Maggie Sansone on hammered dulcimer performing
Celtic holiday music from Autumn Equinox to the Winter Solstice,
12 days of Christmas and more
Traditional favorites played on the bagpipes, including
Auld Lang Syne.