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Green Woods - Upon a Celtic Path
Paul Machlis
Green Woods - Upon a Celtic Path
Genres: World Music, New Age, Pop
 
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All Artists: Paul Machlis
Title: Green Woods - Upon a Celtic Path
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Real Music
Original Release Date: 4/28/1998
Release Date: 4/28/1998
Genres: World Music, New Age, Pop
Styles: Celtic, Adult Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 046286816324, 046286816348

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Excellent !
J. Rathgeber | Bensalem, Pa. U.S. | 12/06/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you love piano........ and if you love celtic music.....this one is a keeper. It has been my most played CD for the past year and will always remain one of my favorites."
Wistful, mellow, Celtic-inspired music for piano
Brianna Neal | USA | 10/02/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Piano isn't the first instrument one thinks of in relation to Celtic music, but Paul Machlis' velvety playing lends itself beautifully to these wistful, mellow, lilting tunes. Joining him are Barry Phillips on cello and percussion, Shelley Phillips on oboe, English horn and high whistle, Eric Rigler on Uilleann pipes and low whistle, Debby Benton Grosjean on fiddle, and William Coulter on guitar. There are no lively jigs or frantic fiddling on this album; this is music that tugs on your heartstrings, music to relax and reminisce and maybe shed a tear to. If you like this sweetly sad Celtic fare, you may enjoy that of pianist Bill Douglass, harpist Calverly and the group Orion too. And check out also "Celtic and Contemporary Music" by Orison, and "The Crooked Road" by William Coulter, both of which feature more gentle, Celtic music by many of the same artists who perform here on "Greenwoods."
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My favorite instrumental track ever!
elisabeth_k | Norfolk, VA United States | 07/31/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I loved this CD so much, I borrowed it from my roommate permanently. This is some of the most soothing instrumental music I've ever heard, and it is so wonderful to play on a cool morning; you can really imagine yourself starting out on a path in a thick wood, crossing a bridge over a chuckling brook, meeting up with a black haired lass, and watching the stars come out above the hills as darkness falls softly around you. I don't know much about "celtic" music, but the combination of piano, pipes, and violin is very moving, and I wish I could find more music like this. I listen to the CD several times a week and always look forward to coming back for more."