Celtic Mist
Album Title: Celtic Mist
Artists: Philip Boulding
Released: 2005-07-12
Format: MP3
Bitrate 320 kbps
Genre: World,Music,Pop,Celtic Folk,Celtic
Price: Free
BORN: 1953-07-13
Catalog Number: 29678 69254

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Princess Augusta.mp3, Morgan Megan.mp3, Medley : Trip to Sligo / Carolan's Favorite / Nora Criona.mp3, The Lark and the Thrush.mp3, Planxty Irwin.mp3, The Weaving Song.mp3, The Minstrel Boy.mp3, Lady Gethin / Carolan's Concerto.mp3, Bridget Cruise Air III.mp3, Pachelbel's Canon in D.mp3, The Dark Slender Boy.mp3, Carolan's Receipt.mp3, Brian Boru's March.mp3, At the End of the Day.mp3, Greensleeves.mp3, Love Lie Beside Me.mp3, Maurice O' Conner.mp3, The Delights of Blind John the Harper.mp3, Carolan's Farewell.mp3, Fanny Powers.mp3, Muenster Cloak / The 3 Sea Captains.mp3, Gartan Mother's Lullaby.mp3, Bridget Cruise Aires I & II.mp3, Si Bheag Si Mhor.mp3, Stroll with Me.mp3, The Lonely Boat.mp3, All Through the Night.mp3, The Ashgrove.mp3,

About Philip Boulding

A founding member of Magical Strings, the harp and hammered dulcimer duo he formed with his wife Pam, Philip Boulding has blended jazz and classical sensitivity with a scholarly understanding of Celtic music. On his 1988 solo album, Harp, Boulding explored the melodic possibilities of his multi-stringed instrument. Boulding grew up in a highly academic atmosphere. His parents, who were university professors, authors and peace activists, were both nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. As a youngster, he spent extended periods in Jamaica and Japan. Studying classical violin at the age of six, Boulding switched to guitar six years later. By the time he was in high school, he was skillfully building his own guitars. Discovering the hammered dulcimer, he built an instrument and taught himself to play. After moving to the Northwest in 1974, he heard a Celtic harp played at a folk music gathering. Fascinated by the instrument, he traveled to Ireland and Scotland to research their musical traditions and their instrumentation. In addition to studying music at the Boston Conservatory and the University of Washington's EthnoMusicology Department, he studied privately with classical and jazz harpers and with masters of the Rumanian cymbalom, African kora and Madagascan valiha. Boulding met his future wife when she enrolled in a hammered dulcimer class that he was teaching. They were married in 1980 and recorded their debut album as a duo, Glass House, the following year. ~ Craig Harris

Celtic Mist

Philip Boulding

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    1:56 Princess Augusta.mp3
    3:08 Morgan Megan.mp3
    3:39 Medley : Trip to Sligo / Carolan's Favorite / Nora Criona.mp3
    3:54 The Lark and the Thrush.mp3
    2:53 Planxty Irwin.mp3
    2:26 The Weaving Song.mp3
    4:01 The Minstrel Boy.mp3
    3:06 Lady Gethin / Carolan's Concerto.mp3
    4:46 Bridget Cruise Air III.mp3
    5:15 Pachelbel's Canon in D.mp3
    4:13 The Dark Slender Boy.mp3
    3:06 Carolan's Receipt.mp3
    3:06 Brian Boru's March.mp3
    3:06 At the End of the Day.mp3
    2:46 Greensleeves.mp3
    3:16 Love Lie Beside Me.mp3
    3:34 Maurice O' Conner.mp3
    2:08 The Delights of Blind John the Harper.mp3
    4:33 Carolan's Farewell.mp3
    2:57 Fanny Powers.mp3
    3:30 Muenster Cloak / The 3 Sea Captains.mp3
    3:20 Gartan Mother's Lullaby.mp3
    3:08 Bridget Cruise Aires I %26 II.mp3
    3:07 Si Bheag Si Mhor.mp3
    3:49 Stroll with Me.mp3
    3:06 The Lonely Boat.mp3
    2:19 All Through the Night.mp3
    2:48 The Ashgrove.mp3
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