Based on traditional 16th century Irish folk music Midori performs music that is like a loving embrace that stirs the heart and soul.
Hauntingly beautiful, calm, and tender are the moments shared as the music paints pictures of lands and emotions unchanged by time.
Two years in the making Medwyn gathered an entirely new ensemble of instruments, and re-built his studio. The outcome is an instant classic, performed with such breathtaking drama that leaves you exhilarated and transported to another world far far away….As the Clans gather in the shadows of the rain swept hills, a story teller comes into their midst. Huddled in the firelight they listen of the brave deeds of kings long gone and of strange winged creatures that once circled the skies in the Lands Beyond.
DRUID was one of the classic new age albums of the 1990’s, much loved and critically
acclaimed. Medwyn treats us with the same depth of mystery and atmosphere as the original. Runestone also guest perform celebrating one of the most popular pagan themed CD’s ever created.
After almost 18 months since Medwyn’s previous release, we are at last delighted to release this wonderful album.
The beginning of a new vibrant emotional Celtic series. Melodic, graceful and moving.
Celtic instruments flow and interweave with orchestral strings, flutes, Guitar and piano in what is essentially an emotional portrait of a beautiful woman, but no ordinary woman.
NEW RELEASES !The Healing Light of ISIS – WychazelA Promise of Relaxation – Midori Me Time – Midori Fragile Reef – Simon Lovelock, his first album in several years. Part of the WILD series. Becoming a Healer – Aron Gadd Waiting for Yesterday – MyristicaSUBSCRIBEto our NEW free monthly newsletter and get FREE downloads, discounts, new age humour, news on new releases and more. Simply enter your email where it says subscribe. You can unsubscribe at any time.NEWS:We are pleased to announce we have UPGRADED the quality of our CD’s. We have found a wonderful NEW duplication service and so you will notice our new releases will look and sound better than before Read older news »