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Celtish Christmas

by Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall

Contemporary arrangements of traditional carols; A feast of Celtic instruments; Captivating vocal performances; A fresh expression of wonder and worship.
Genre: Folk: Contemporary Celtic
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1. O Come, O Come, Emmanuel / Shalom Jerusalem (feat. Dave Bainbridge)
Julie Cameron-Hall & Nigel Cameron
7:20 $1.29
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2. O Little Town of Bethlehem (feat. Phil Hart)
Julie Cameron-Hall & Nigel Cameron
5:37 $1.29
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3. Wexford Carol (feat. Dave Bainbridge)
Julie Cameron-Hall & Nigel Cameron
5:05 $0.99
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4. Joy Medley (Instrumental): Come and Worship / In Dulci Jubilo /Sussex Carol / Joy Stomp [feat. Dave Bainbridge]
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
5:40 $1.29
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5. In the Bleak Midwinter
Julie Cameron-Hall & Nigel Cameron
4:16 $0.99
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6. Angels from the Realms of Glory (feat. Phil Hart)
Julie Cameron-Hall & Nigel Cameron
6:40 $1.29
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7. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear / Love Came Down at Christmas
Julie Cameron-Hall & Nigel Cameron
5:56 $0.99
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8. Prince of Peace
Julie Cameron-Hall & Nigel Cameron
4:58 $0.99
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9. Away in a Manger (feat. Phil Hart)
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
5:11 $1.29
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10. The Silent Stars (Instrumental)
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
1:01 $0.99
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11. See, Amid the Winter's Snow (feat. Dave Bainbridge & Kevin Burns)
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
7:40 $1.29
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12. He's Coming / O Come Let Us Adore Him
Julie Cameron-Hall, Nigel Cameron & Phil Hart
5:54 $1.29
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13. Epilogue: The Robin / Family Carols
Julie Cameron-Hall & Nigel Cameron
7:59 $0.99
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14. See, Amid the Winter's Snow (Radio Edit) [Bonus Track] [feat. Dave Bainbridge & Kevin Burns]
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
4:14 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
10/10 Review by ROBIN MARK - 2017
(Worship Leader, writer of 'These are the Days of Elijah')

'' This is probably the finest Christmas album I’ve listened to for a long, long time!.
As befits their name, Celtish have fused Celtic instrumentation and melodies into many of the favourite Christmas Carols that we all know and love. The result, given the incredible musicianship and arrangements on the project, is a wonderfully pleasing album that captures the sound of the season completely and should be the background to everyone’s Christmas this year!.
The musicianship is first class, not only from Nigel and Julie themselves, but also from the array of world class guest musicians like Dave Bainbridge, Terl Bryant and Phil Hart who have contributed to it. And the recording and mix is absolutely excellent.
It is rare, I think, these days, to find a seasonal album that is nothing more than a few old recordings cobbled together for a quick sale at Christmas. Not so here. This is undoubtedly a carefully and lovingly prepared and executed work of art with original ideas and beautiful music and mix.
The final track on the album is a little diversion for the team that may not be appreciated by everyone, but it underscores the family aspect of Christmas-time, so we can easily forgive that small indulgence
10 out of 10 and a must-have!! " Robin Mark - Nov 2017

9/10 Revew by CROSS RYTHMS - 2018:

Reviewing a Christmas-themed album in the first few months of the new year is an interesting exercise (unavoidable in this case) but the blessing of it is that time allows the listener to be somewhat removed from any mad whirl of expectation, rushing around, glitz or hype; therefore able to consider the merits of the album in the cold-light-of-day, in a way. This has been a delight as this is a glorious fusion of Celtic, folk and even yiddish sounds. Sometimes the best music takes you to another place and hints at different horizons. This one does. But why the title - and not a 'Celtic Christmas'? It is Celtic in the wider sense; the album has timeless, middle-eastern, Hebrew, Messianic points of reference and, in several places, the collection sounds like Helen Shapiro-Messianic worship. Great vocals, marvellous musicianship, delightful arrangements and an interesting choice of familiar and lesser-known carols make for a sparkling collection. With the market full of Christmas-themed albums, this was clearly something the ensemble wanted to do - felt it was right to do. Husband and wife Nigel Cameron and Julie Cameron-Hall are joined by a stellar line-up, including Dave Bainbridge. Amazing sounds come from a variety of instruments including mandolins, penny whistles and Uilleann pipes. "Away In A Manger" features almost a call-and-response between the parts, at the end. "O Little Town Of Bethlehem" sees a key-change coincide with the advent of Nigel's uplifting vocal and they make it all seem so effortless. Even the final track, including the sound of carol singing from Northern Ireland in the early-'70s, captured on a primitive tape-recorder, is fascinating. Sublime sound, sublime vision - my only disappointment is that "Hark The Herald Angels Sing" is only featured as an instrumental and then, only for a few seconds. Perhaps it was just one arrangement too far!"






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