Loreena McKennitt<>
(Loreena was born as Loreena Isabel Irene McKennitt on the 17th of February 1957 in Morden, Manitoba, Canada)

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  • Her music is magical

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Her albums:
  • The Wind That Shakes The Barley (2010)
    1. As I Roved Out (4:59)
    2. On a Bright May Morning (5:08)
    3. Brian Borus March (3:51)
    4. Down by the Sally Gardens (5:39)
    5. The Star of the County Down (3:34)
    6. The Wind that Shakes the Barley (6:01)
    7. The Death of Queen Jane (6:04)
    8. The Emigration Tunes (4:42)
    9. The Parting Glass (5:13)

  • A Midwinter Night's Dream (2008)
    1. The Holly & The Ivy
    2. Un Flambeau, Jeannette, Isabelle
    3. The Seven Rejoices of Mary
    4. Nol Nouvelet!
    5. Good King Wenceslas
    6. Coventry Carol
    7. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
    8. Snow
    9. Breton Carol
    10. Seeds of Love
    11. Gloucestershire Wassail
    12. Emmanuel
    13. In the Bleak Midwinter

  • An Ancient Muse (2006)
    1. Incantation
    2. The Gates of Istanbul
    3. Caravanserai
    4. The English Ladye and the Knight
    5. Kercharitomene
    6. Penelope's Song
    7. Sacred Shabbat
    8. Beneath A Phrygian Sky
    9. Never-ending Road (Amhran Duit)

  • Live In Paris And Toronto (1999)
    1. Prologue (4:22)
    2. The Mummers' Dance (6:07)
    3. Skellig (6:07)
    4. Marco Polo (5:15)
    5. The Highwayman (10:19)
    6. La Serenissima (5:09)
    7. Night Ride Across The Caucasus (8:30)
    8. Dante's Prayer (7:11)
    1. The Mystic's Dream (6:29)
    2. Santiago (5:32)
    3. Bonny Portmore (3:50)
    4. Between The Shadows(4:18)
    5. The Lady Of Shalott (9:05)
    6. The Bonny Swans (6:33)
    7. The Old Ways (5:03)
    8. All Souls Night (4:15)
    9. Cymbeline (6:27)

  • The Book Of Secrets (1997)
    1. Prologue (4.22)
    2. The Mummers' Dance (6.07)
    3. Skellig (6.07)
    4. Marco Polo (5.15)
    5. The Highwayman (10.19)
    6. La Serenissima (5.09)
    7. Night Ride Across The Caucasus (8.30)
    8. Dante's Prayer (7.11)

  • A Winter Garden: Five Songs For The Season (1995)
    1. Coventry Carol (2:20)
    2. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (6:49)
    3. Good King Wenceslas (3:17)
    4. Snow (5:02)
    5. Seeds Of Love (4:54)

  • The Mask And Mirror (1994)
    1. The Mystic's Dream (7:40)
    2. The Bonny Swans (7:18)
    3. The Dark Night Of The Soul (6:44)
    4. Marrakesh Night Market (6:30)
    5. Full Circle (5:57)
    6. Santiago (5:58)
    7. C H Mise Le Ulaingt?/The Two Trees (9:06)
    8. Prospero's Speech (3:23)

  • The Visit (1991)
    1. All Souls Night (5:04)
    2. Bonny Portmore (3:57)
    3. Between The Shadows (4:03)
    4. The Lady Of Shalott (11:05)
    5. Greensleeves (4:15)
    6. Tango To Evora (4:03)
    7. Courtyard Lullaby (4:50)
    8. The Old Ways (5:25)
    9. Cymbeline (4:48)

  • Parallel Dreams (1989)
    1. Samain Night (4:27)
    2. Moon Cradle (4:29)
    3. Huron "Beltane" Fire Dance (4:20)
    4. Annachie Gordon (8:22)
    5. Standing Stones (6:56)
    6. Dickens' Dublin (The Palace) (4:40)
    7. Breaking The Silence (6:23)
    8. Ancient Pines (3:35)

  • To Drive The Cold Winter Away (1987)
    1. In Praise Of Christmas (6:06)
    2. The Seasons (4:55)
    3. The King (2:04)
    4. Banquet Hall (3:53)
    5. Snow (5:35)
    6. Balulalow (3:09)
    7. Let Us The Infant Greet (3:46)
    8. The Wexford Carol (6:07)
    9. The Stockford Carol (3:02)
    10. Let All That Are To Mirth Inclined (6:52)

  • Elemental (1985)
    1. Blacksmith (3:20)
    2. She Moved Through The Fair (4:05)
    3. Stolen Child (5:05)
    4. The Lark In The Clear Air (2:06)
    5. Carrighfergus (3:24)
    6. Kellswater (5:19)
    7. Banks Of Claudy (5:37)
    8. Come By The Hills (3:05)
    9. Lullaby (4:26)



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