Bridget Wolf | Love Transforms

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Love Transforms

by Bridget Wolf

Uplifting, heartfelt music sung in a clear, resonant voice that is deeply connected to the wonder and mystery of life.
Genre: Easy Listening: Adult contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Amazing Grace
6:12 $0.99
2. Life is Precious
5:04 $0.99
3. Let's Make the Difference
4:25 $0.99
4. Dive Deep
7:56 $0.99
5. Sleeping Giant, Together We Can
7:21 $0.99
6. Creating Heaven On Earth (feat. Lauren James)
4:04 $0.99
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Album Notes
What do you get when you invite Joan Baez, Enya and Loreena McKennitt over for the evening? Check out Bridget's music to find out!

Bridget has earned numerous awards and honors for her original music. Three of the songs on her album “Love Transforms” received semi-finalist rankings in the UK Songwriting Contest in Great Britain. Judges in the UK Contest include music industry producers who have worked with legends like Paul McCartney and Sting.

Track 2: Life Is Precious placed in the top 23 percent of 6,000 songs from around the world as a semi-finalist in the Christian/Faith category of the 2009 UK Songwriting Contest (UKSC).

Track 3: Let’s Make the Difference also placed in the top 23 percent of 6,000 songs from around the world as a semi-finalist in the Adult Contemporary category of the 2009 UKSC.

Track 4: Dive Deep was a semi-finalist in the Open category (which includes opera) in the UKSC in 2010.

On her album “Earth Song: In Beauty,” the hauntingly beautiful piano solo found on track 12—I’ll Never Forget You—earned her finalist ranking which means her piano solo placed in the top 2 percent of 6,000 songs from around the world in the Instrumental category of the 2009 UK Songwriting Contest in Great Britain.

Bridget Wolf is a singer/songwriter who plays piano, keyboards, hand drums and other percussion instruments.

As a professional, independent, solo musical artist, Bridget performs her original music as well as standards of popular and sacred music.

She collaborates with other musicians and artists on recordings, in concerts, on cable TV and at festivals.

Bridget studied piano and voice from many teachers in the U.S., Canada and Rome, Italy. In 1984 she graduated with a BA degree in music performance from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota.

She performed on Cable TV in New York City on several programs including "The Inquiring Naturalist" and "Music for the Earth." Her "Song of the Rising Sun" has been used as background music on numerous cable TV programs of "BARK for Mt. Hood" in Portland, Oregon.

Her music is featured on many You Tube videos.

Her song "Healing Time" was published in "Songs for Peace" magazine in New York City.

She has shared her musical gifts in numerous coffeehouses, concert halls, churches, senior centers and at festivals from coast to coast.

Bridget has composed over 100 songs on a variety of themes.

All of her songs will be recorded and released as soon as possible. Anyone who is interested in assisting Bridget to get her songs recorded and shared with the world is encouraged to contact her at

Bridget is also a teacher, healer, writer and dancer.

She has written a book of love poems, several children's books and is writing a book on her journey back to health.

Her workshop series "Freeing Ourselves: Creative Expressions" has helped participants break free of patterns that were not serving their higher self and purpose.



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