Teresa Doyle | Orrachan

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by Teresa Doyle

Ancient Irish Gaelic songs of the divine feminine with lush ethereal harmonys and arrangements; Hildegard meets the Celts
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Seacht Suilace na Maighdine Muire
3:34 album only
2. Taladh Ar Slanair
3:18 album only
3. In Anim an Ather go mBuidh
2:45 album only
4. Caoineadh Mhuire
4:21 album only
5. Suantrai na Maighdine
4:57 album only
6. Deus Meus Adiuva Me
4:09 album only
7. An tAiseiri
5:20 album only
8. Rug Muire Mac do Dhia
3:08 album only
9. Gabham Molta Bhride
2:11 album only
10. Don Oiche ud I mBeithil
5:16 album only
11. Seacht nDolas na Maighdine Muire
7:42 album only


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Prince Edward Island native Teresa Doyle has toured extensively in North America, Europe and Japan. Doyle has taken her Celtic and jazz infused music to countless festivals and concert venues including: The Mariposa, Winnipeg and Vancouver Folk Festivals, the Montreal Jazz Festival, the 92nd Street ‘Y’ in Manhattan, The Lemon Tree in Scotland, the Salisbury Arts Centre in England, and the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo. Teresa also presents voice workshops in Mexico, the U.S. and Canada.

One of Teresa Doyle’s two new releases, Orrachan; The Divine Feminine in Gaelic Song, is a collection of ancient sacred music sung entirely in Irish Gaelic.

"Your CD, Orrachan,was my absolute favorite of the many things I collected at the North American Folk Alliance this year. I like it immensely—it is a beautiful record and you should be proud of it."
— Cheryl McEnaney, U.S. Label Manager, Real World Records



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