Imram - a Celtic Journey

by Julia Lane & Fred Gosbee

Released 2004
Castlebay
Released 2004
Castlebay
Soothing Celtic instrumental featuring Celtic harp with strings and winds
NOTES
Julia Lane - Celtic Harp
Fred Gosbee - violin, viola, guitar, flutes, whistles

with:
Doreen Conboy - cello
Patricia Boyle Wight - orchestra flute
Sharon Pyne - Irish flute

"Music of shimmering beauty that stirs the heart gently, but passionately"

In the Celtic tradition, an Imram is a journey to the inner realms of dream and vision. Here, the magical strains of the Celtic harp interweave with strings, woodwinds, and ethereal voices providing a vehicle for the journey. The warm sound of hand-crafted instruments recalls romantic images of a bygone era. This timeless quality evokes the moods and seasons of a beautiful garden and glimpses of mysterious islands emerging from shimmering mist. The
listener returns from the Imram relaxed, rejuvenated, and inspired.

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    Somerset Abbey,  Madison
     
  • Dec 2
    MONTPELIER,  Thomaston
     
  • Dec 3
    St Michael's Episcopal Church,  Auburn
     
  • Dec 7
    St Columba's Episcopal Church,  Boothbay Harbor
     
  • Dec 9
    Eagle Hill Institute,  Steuben