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Old English Holiday

by Anne Roos

Celtic harp instrumentals by Anne Roos that summon up the feeling of the holiday season in old England. Listen to it as a break from all the holiday music standards, and enjoy it anytime of the year.
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1. Three Old English Tunes (Gamble Gold, Abbots Bromley Horn Dance & the Green Man)
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2. Maid On the Shore
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3. Robin Is to the Greenwood Gone (Bonny Sweet Robin or Robin Hood)
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4. Jacky Tar
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5. High Barbary
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6. Epping Forest
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Celtic harp instrumentals by Anne Roos that summon up the feeling of the holiday season in old England. Enjoy for Winter Solstice, listen to it as a break from all the holiday music standards, and enjoy anytime of the year. These tracks were carefully selected from the albums "A Light in the Forest" and "Mermaids & Mariners" by Anne Roos.

This recording features Anne Roos on Celtic harp with Char Berta (flute, tenor recorder, alto recorder, and whistle), Chris Caswell (percussion), Michael Frost (viola), Alan Fuller (guitars and cittern), Dorothy A. Hawkinson (fiddle and Hardingfele), and Riggy Rackin (concertina).

Tunes include: "Three Old English Tunes (Gamble Gold, Abbots Bromley Horn Dance, The Green Man)" "Maid on the Shore" "Robin is to the Greenwood Gone (Bonny Sweet Robin or Robin Hood)" "Jacky Tar" "High Barbary" "Epping Forest"

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