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Posted: 22-May-2010, 10:45 PM
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Anyone know of a CD that has Scottish lullabies? I'd like a gaelic CD, but will settle for english....
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QUOTE (IrnBru @ 22-May-2010, 11:45 PM)
Anyone know of a CD that has Scottish lullabies? I'd like a gaelic CD, but will settle for english....

Hi,

I carry a CD from a local Ottawa, ON (Canada) musician, Linda Miller called "Hearts at Rest: Celtic Lullabies".

As reviewed in Dirty Linen magazine..."Hearts at Rest is the perfect title for this pretty-darn-near-perfect recording. These lullabies are a collection of songs from Ireland, Wales, the Isle of Man, Brittany, and Scotland....".

You can find the CD here (http://www.kelticnations.com/catalogue/celtic_cds/miller.htm).


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