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GIFTS, Vol. III Christmas Music from Around the World Joemy Wilson, hammered dulcimer Anisa Angarola, guitar; Valarie King, flute, piccolo; Miamon Miller, violin; Sylvia Woods, Celtic harp An international celebration twe... more »
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GIFTS, Vol. III Christmas Music from Around the World Joemy Wilson, hammered dulcimer Anisa Angarola, guitar; Valarie King, flute, piccolo; Miamon Miller, violin; Sylvia Woods, Celtic harp An international celebration twenty-four traditional carols from nineteen nations.
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T. McCool | Lafayette, IN United States | 11/01/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Joemy Wilson's third installment of her Christmas CD series is an interesting tour of Christmas music from around the world. The CD also includes extensive liner notes for each track that detail the history and source of the song. Play this at your next Christmas gathering!"
***BEST CHRISTMAS CD EVER***
K. L. Sternitzky | Green Bay, WI USA | 11/25/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I didn't even know who Joemy Wilson was. A local Christian radio station played "Carol of the Bagpipers" (Italian), and it BLEW ME AWAY. It was one of the best Christmas songs I ever heard. I did an internet search & found it on the GIFTS III. WOW!!!! Just superb! I play hammered dulcimer, too (um, nothing like Ms. Wilson), and Joemy is an inspiration. I've tried to simulate the Carol of the Bagpipers & also the O Come Little Children & document notes for flute/dulcimer duets for church. My praise group loves this CD as well; I got a copy for the leader & the flute player, they find it EXCELLENT. I've also bought Gifts II and Gifts I since. While they are superior to most Christmas music, I find Gifts I a little too ordinary now, and there are moments of brillance on Gifts II (The Zither Carol & Pat-a-Pan), as well as excellent tradition renditions. Joemy is wonderful!!! The only thing I didn't really care for is Ms. Wilson's Beatles on Dulcimer CD. I mean.... BEATLES on DULCIMER???? It just doesn't seem to be the correct genre for the hammered dulcimer, but to each their own. God bless you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"