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Orinoco Flow:The Music Of Enya

Reviewing: The Taliesin Orchestra Orinoco Flow:The Music Of Enya  |  Rating:
Rae Hall By Rae Hall on
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A cd I have been listening to lately is The Taliesin Orchestra’s Orinoco Flow:The music of Enya. If you like new age music and orchestras you should give this cd a listen. It's long been a favorite of mine. This music is wonderfully soothing and very relaxing. The Taliesin Orchestra does a great job on eleven of Enya’s songs including:

Orinoco Flow--Athair Ar Neamh--The Memories of Trees--No Holly for Miss Quinn—Lothlorien--From Where I Am--Book of Days--China Roses—Watermark--Bard Dance--Celts

This album was released in the mid 1990’s but I still have it. Orinoco Flow:The music of Enya is about 40 minutes long. The music has the backing of a great orchestra and has a new age sound to it. The horns and strings are lovely. It is produced by Trammell Starks but the arranger and conductor of the orchestra is Charles Sayre. Sayre does a fantastic job on this cd. I especially like Memories of Trees, Orinoco Flow, Book of Days and Watermark. If you would like to hear these songs there are samples of them at song Amazon.com and YouTube.

This album can be bought at different online music places like Amazon.com for about $9.00 or less.