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Posted: 25-Nov-2008, 07:47 PM
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Steve and Ruth Smith have followed up to their outstanding "Dancin' Cross the Strings" CD with an equally beautiful and impressive holiday CD called "An Appalachian Winter." Featuring 15 melodies of some of the finest Christmas music to accompany your holiday festivities and late night Christmas wrapping, "An Appalachian Winter" is sure to be one of your favorite Christmas CDs to come each and every holiday season.

A well balanced CD with time treasured tracks such as "Silent Night", "Angels we have Heard on High" and "Carol of the Bells", along with 3 original pieces composed by Ruth Smith - "An Appalachian Winter", "Winter's Finale" and "Snow Angels." The beauty and flowing melodies of Steve and Ruth are sure to warm your house this holiday season. Perfect Christmas music to listen to by the fireplace or as the snow is falling out the window. 5 holiday Celtic Radio stars for "An Appalachian Winter."

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Posted: 19-Dec-2008, 06:54 PM
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I received my copy of An Appalachian Winter and I think it's one of the most beautiful christmas cd's I've ever heard. I loved every song on the cd, listening to it right now. I would highly recommend this cd as well.

Thanks for the wonderful talent that you bring to the music world.

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I just listened to it twice through while taking my mom around shopping. We both thought it was very beautiful and sets a really nice tone for a holiday background music CD. Very Nice!!

Thanks for the gift Paul!!


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