Dec 15, 2016
Merry Christmas with Irish & Celtic Christmas music
from The Irish Rovers, The Gothard Sisters, Jennifer Licko,
Cherish the Ladies, Eddie Biggins, Caitriona O'Leary, Rosanne Cash,
Rose and Thistle Band, Haggis Rampant, Heather Dale, De Ceadaoin,
Irish School of Music, Golden Bough, Celtic Woman, The Barra
MacNeils, Steel City Rovers.
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0:37 "Christmas Morning" by The Irish Rovers from Merry Merry Time of Year
4:13 "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing" by The Gothard Sisters from Falling Snow
9:37 "Soilse na Nollag" by Jennifer Licko from The Lights of Christmas
14:20 "O Christmas Tree/Road Dust Slip Jigs" by Cherish the Ladies from Christmas in Ireland
19:21 "Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake" by Eddie Biggins from To Drive the Cold Winter Away
22:31 "Behould Three Kings" by Caitriona O'Leary Rosanne Cash from The Wexford Carols
26:49 "The Cherry Tree Carol" by Rose and Thistle Band from Celtic Christmas
30:43 "Canon in D" by Haggis Rampant from Burly! Haggis Rampant Plugged IN
34:07 "Two Cornish Carols" by Heather Dale from Spark
37:44 "Christmas Eve" by De Ceadaoin from Savor the Notes
43:39 "Don Oiche Ud I Mbeithil" by Irish School of Music from Winter Air
47:41 "The O'Rourke's Feast" by Golden Bough from Christmas in a Celtic Land
51:57 "Joy to the World" by Celtic Woman from Voices of Angels
55:21 "Children's Winter" by The Barra MacNeils from The Christmas Album
59:18 "Christmas Eve Reverie" by Steel City Rovers from Grand Misadventures
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