Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall | Celtish

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Celtish

by Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall

Contemporary arrangements of beautiful Celtic melodies played on Irish Whistles and Violin
Genre: Folk: Contemporary Celtic
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1. Celtic Jubilee, Pt. I (feat. Dave Bainbridge)
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
6:42 $0.99
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2. When the Snow Melts
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
5:10 $0.99
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3. Awakening
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
4:56 $0.99
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4. With My Love on the Road (feat. Phil Hart)
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
3:15 $0.99
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5. Midnight Walker
Nigel Cameron
4:58 $0.99
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6. The Lonesome Boatman
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
7:12 $0.99
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7. Stars in the Morning East
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
4:10 $0.99
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8. The Sun in the Stream (feat. Russ Sargeant)
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
4:21 $0.99
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9. The Butterfly (feat. Dave Bainbridge)
Julie Cameron-Hall & Nigel Cameron
4:43 $0.99
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10. Bi-Se I Mo Shuil
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
5:05 $0.99
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11. Dunluce
Nigel Cameron
4:34 $0.99
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12. The Council, Pt. I (feat. The Worship Company)
Julie Cameron-Hall & Nigel Cameron
3:52 $0.99
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13. Celtic Jubilee, Pt. II (feat. Dave Bainbridge)
Nigel Cameron & Julie Cameron-Hall
3:47 $0.99
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14. Your Name
Julie Cameron-Hall & Nigel Cameron
3:52 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
It is with a real sense of joy and gratitude to God that we are able to present this album of ‘Celtish’ instrumental music to you. It has been a wonderful experience for us to discover some melodies we love and to be able to record them with our own unique sound that we hope and pray will bless you. The process of making this album took me (Nigel) back to some of my earliest musical influences, for example, my first discovery of Celtic Rock in the form of Irish band ‘Horslips’ when I was still a teenager. Around the same time, I was given my first tin whistle by the bass-player in a band we were forming and I started to use it in our acoustic songs. The rest, as they say, is history! This ancient Celtic sound has given me a voice to express my heart without words. It resonates deeply, sometimes with healing power beyond my understanding. How amazing then, that God should give me a wife who not only shares my love of Celtic music, but plays and sings it so beautifully as well. We are so excited to be flowing together as one on this album and we really hope you enjoy the sound of ‘Celtish.’

9/10 Review by Cross Rhythms 2018

"A brief look at the output from the husband and wife team of Nigel Cameron and Julie Cameron-Hall shows an impressive array of projects all brought together through their Sounds Of Wonder label. Whether it is worship music with their international group The Worship Company, classical improvisation with their group Epiphany or Julie's work on baby music they are always looking for ways to use music to help people connect with God. 'Celtish' is the first instrumental album released through Sounds Of Wonder in 2016 and also acts as the banner under which they perform their Celtic inspired work. Prior to forming this project, both Nigel and Julie had been influenced by Celtic music with Belfast native Nigel a percussionist and Irish whistle player and Julie a classically trained violinist who released a number of folk albums earlier in her career. The album features a selection of classic Celtic tunes as well as some original compositions and draws on a wide range of instrumentation beyond Julie's violin and Nigel's Irish whistle featuring contributions from a number of musicians including regular collaborator Dave Bainbridge (Iona). The choice of tracks is a great blend of the ancient Celtic tunes such as "With My Love On The Road", known as the tune of "Be Thou My Vision", and more modern Celtic rock inspired compositions with Nigel Cameron's own "Celtic Jubilee" adding drums and electric guitar to the mix. Clearly a lot of thought has gone into the arrangements on each track, carefully selecting the pallet to paint a picture in sound. There are moments of delicate simplicity with just the whistle over a backdrop of synths on tracks like "Midnight Walker" or "Dunluce". The traditional Irish slip jig "The Butterfly" shows a playful side creating a sense of fun through the interplay between the whistle, violin and guitar. There is a real spiritual feel throughout the album as it washes over you leaving a feeling of peace and joy through the uplifting sounds beautiful soaring arrangements. I would recommend getting hold of a physical copy of this album as the sleeve notes provide an excellent accompaniment, offering fascinating insight into the background of each track."

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