Jillian LaDage | Enchanted Winter

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Enchanted Winter

by Jillian LaDage

Featuring new seasonal pieces alongside lesser known traditional songs with a wide range of musical nuances from Celtic to Middle Eastern. The literary work of Sir Walter Scott’s “Christmas In The Olden Time” set in hauntingly medieval strains lead to the
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. The Holly and the Ivy
5:53 album only
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2. Christmas in the Olden Time
5:11 album only
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3. On the Cold Air
2:45 album only
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4. Come Winter Ground
4:13 album only
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5. Bergamask Dance
3:02 album only
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6. To Drive the Cold Winter Away
5:10 album only
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7. Winters Coming (Deep Red the Bracken)
3:39 album only
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8. Nos Galan
2:50 album only
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9. The Snow It Melts the Soonest
4:59 album only

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Album Notes
“Out of all the seasons winter perhaps embodies the greatest sense of mystery and wonder. Exploring the diverse celebrations and traditions of this season I hoped to discover what indeed is this enchantment, which is only found during these few months of the year and leads us into quiet contemplative months or joy and awe.”

While being immersed in this enchanted world, create your own art from the original hand drawn cover with the adult coloring book inspired page available as a bonus download.

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