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|Posted by: CelticRadio 18-Sep-2017, 07:22 PM|
| Welsh artist goes back to her roots, while spicing up her new album with some unexpected elements.
Gwyneth Glyn is a singer and performer hailing from Wales. Her music borrows from the ancestral local folk tradition, going for a memorable, lush and understated sonic palette that brings the staples of folk music to a modern audience, while retaining all of its warmth and traditional feel.
Her recent album, Tro, is a great showcase of Gwyneth’s many faces: she is not only a singer and songwriter, but also a poet and a playwright - these different art forms might seem quite different, but they are all deeply interrelated by an important common denominator binding them together....<br><br>Review on Gwyneth Glyn's "Tro"
<a href='http://www.celticradio.net/php/news.php?item=1556'>Read the Full Review</a>
|Posted by: dorfredette 10-Nov-2017, 05:44 PM|
| My email today, said 2 cds were up for grabs, don't know which ones or where to click on grab it. So I chose this one.
Dorothy<br><br>Review on Gwyneth Glyn<br><a href='http://www.celticradio.net/php/playlist.php?start=0&limit=25&letter=&search=Tro&type=album&exact=exact'><b>Visit Album Page</b></a>