The Heath Sisters | Gentle Fire

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Gentle Fire

by The Heath Sisters

Blending folk tradition and new age music, each song takes you deeper into a zone of peace and tranquility. Gorgeous vocal harmonies are gracefully accompanied throughout by piano, guitar, recorder, and hammered dulcimer.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Bright Morning Stars
3:35 album only
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2. Lament
4:18 album only
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3. Gentle Fire
5:01 album only
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4. Ascutney Rising
4:13 album only
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5. Snow Day
3:27 album only
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6. Hard Times
4:05 album only
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7. Cry of the Raven
4:47 album only
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8. Banish Misfortune
2:36 album only
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9. Fiddler's Hymn
3:05 album only
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10. To the Greenwood
1:53 album only
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11. Estampie
1:24 album only
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12. In May, That Lusty Season
2:35 album only
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13. Sweet the Evening
1:41 album only
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14. Long is Our Winter
2:02 album only
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15. The Road is Calling
2:20 album only

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Album Notes
“Listen to The Heath Sisters for awhile; wonderful arrangements and soothing, pristine voices will come to your rescue. If you get to hear them live (honest, breathtaking, and unpretentious), prepare to be mesmerized.” -David Roth

\"Lovely and lyrical, with enduring peace and beauty\" - NPR

“Hey Ho to the Greenwood (from Gentle Fire) is clear evidence of the Renaissance influence in the Heaths’ music. It opens with a recording of the natural sounds of birds in the forest, moving easily into the soft tones of the hammered dulcimer and their voices. One would almost expect to find oneself in a forest clearing, watching the court ladies dancing while their pages tend to the horses and look on.” -Northeast Performer

Sarah Heath: piano, hammered dulcimer, vocals
Lucy McLellan: flute, recorders, vocals, irish whistle
Peggy Ogilvy: cello, synths, vocals

Tony Lombardozzi: classical guitar

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