Re: Dougie MacLean and Kate

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Posted by Dana S. on November 01, 1999 at 15:03:36:

In Reply to: Re: Dougie MacLean and Kate posted by Elaine on November 01, 1999 at 13:22:50:

: : : : Did Mr. MacLean have anything to say about writing the music about LOTM or did he(or his office) just give permission to using his music???
: : : : Jo

: : : Happy All Saint's Day, Jo!

: : : We received permission to use the music. The LOTM participation will be part of Sarah M's Musical Musings.

: : : Speaking of music (as in REALLY great Celtic music) ...

: : : Kate, have you by chance heard the CD "Scottish Moors" by Jeff Victor? Or "Celtic Odyssey" ... a mix of various American, Scottish & Irish artists including Altan's "Donal Agus Morag"? These are absolutely FANTASTIC!!!!

: : : For that matter, have you heard Loreena McKennit?

: : : Anyone who likes Celtic music, check these CDs out ... you won't be sorry!

: :
: : I purchased a CD with the title "Scottish Moors" awhile back. I lent it to my sister. She loved it so much she still has it. Is it the one with a few "nature sounds"? Very dreamy.

: : Dana S.

: Hi Dana!

: Yes, that's the one. VERY haunting.

: Here's the promo blurb;

: "Jeff Victor weaves a haunting tapestry of this magical land, using harp, bagpipe, violin, piano, guitar, and the whispers of the moors."

: How could you let your sister steal it???

: E


Ya know, Elaine, I can't tell you. I can tell you I have several Celtic CD's, but nothing to compare to "Scottish Moors". Haunting is right. It is one of the few Celtic type CD's that I've seen that is "Scottish".


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