Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by WorldofBrass.com, Nov 26, 2007.
Coming soon, the latest solo CD from David Childs, Celtic Charm.
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Would have thought so Dyl . Possibly some with a Celtic Charm is my guess!
"Amidst a Celtic Dream" by Benjamin Tubb is one track on there!
What about them? How many are there? What are they called? Who are they by? Very vague there!
Yes, he was wasn't he. Seemed a funny way to advertise a CD to me.....
It does say coming soon by the way.
Woo, get you Ben!
You wrote a track that's on his CD? I'm very impressed, tho is no more than I've come to expect!
What's your problem? I only want to know what tracks are on the CD - I won't bother next time. Not that it's any of your business anyway.,
yea, and I can't wait to hear it!!!
To get even further off topic, I have no problem whatsoever, just for record, I think that possibly more than one word would be a little less abrupt.
18 in all.
Neath the Dublin Skies (Paul Lovatt-Cooper)
Ar lan y Môr (On the Sea Shore) (Trad arr. Leigh Baker)
The Irish Washerwoman (Trad arr. Rodney Newton)
Y Deryn Pur (The Dove) (Trad arr. Alan Fernie)
Amidst a Celtic Dream (Benjamin Tubb)
Donegal Bay (Paul Lovatt-Cooper)
Riverdance (Bill Whelan)
The Sally Gardens (Kenneth Downie)
Carrickfergus (Trad arr. Stephen Roberts)
Twm Siôn Cati (Rodney Newton)
Tros Y Gareg (Over the Stone) (Trad arr. Tony Small)
A Minstrel Boy (Peter Graham)
A Celtic Charm (Philip Wilby)
Caelidh (Rodney Newton)
Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn (Watching the Wheat) (Trad arr. Gareth Wood)
Reels and Jigs (Darrol Barry)
Danny Boy (Trad arr. David Childs)
A Final Fling (Philip Sparke)
Thanks for that, Carl.
We tried a little teaser by posting this thread earlier today but seeing the track list appears on the Amazon listing it's as well to post it here too.
I've heard the two PLC pieces and Donegal Bay in particular is very good; destined to become a classic euph "slow melody" I suspect!
This is much, much more than a slow melody CD, believe me!
I think he meant that Donegal Bay will become as famous as the Pearlfishers and The Holy Well as a solo euphonium slow melody with band, but yea - the CD should be awesome, Caelidh is an awesome piece!
Looking forward to hearing this cd, especially David's performance of Reels and Jigs!
Apologies all round, I scanned the post and obviously mis-read it, sorry!
No apologies needed!
Is there any reason for the change in front cover? I must admit I do prefer this one
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