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Click for further details37 & 8 Strings by Duo Ramos-Schneider
We would like to invite you to embark upon a journey from Mexico to Tierra de Fuego, where you will be seduced by instruments like the Paraguayan harp and classic guitar, playing authentic-popular and modern chamber music from South America. In just over an hour the repertoire covers music from the 1500's to the duo's own compositions, featuring adaptations of classical works and solo performances.
Click for further detailsA Journey by Huw Chidgey & Catherine Handley
Huw Chidgey and Catherine Handley are two of the rarest talents to emerge on the UK folk scene in a long long time. But you don't need to believe everything you read, .................. just listen.
Click for further detailsThe Call by Stonecraft
The Call consists of 12 tracks 8 of which are original, two Norwegian songs, one Welsh polka, and one Irish reel. Our music is based around vocals and the use of stringed instruments including 6 & 12 string guitar, cittern, tenor banjo, bouzouki and bass.
Click for further detailsThe Carolan Albums by Máire Ní Chathasaigh & Chris Newman
24 of the best-known and most beautiful compositions of the celebrated blind Irish harper and composer Turlough O’Carolan (1670 - 1738). Carolan was the most famous of all the Irish harper-composers of his day, and his music continues to be the most popular ever composed for the harp in Ireland. This recording consists entirely of original arrangements, thoughtfully interpreted, of these beautiful tunes, informed by Máire's knowledge both of the native Irish harp tradition and of baroque forms, but with a discreetly contemporary tinge provided by Chris’s tasteful guitar.

Click for further detailsChorals: The music of Jean Chatillon
One of three discs of works by Quebec composer Jean Chatillon, imported by Creighton's Collection. These Chorals written between 1965 and 2002 are performed by Sébastien Deshaies (guitar).

Click for further detailsChristmas Lights by Máire Ní Chathasaigh (harp) Chris Newman (guitar)
In December 2012 we were wondering what to do about Christmas cards as the cost of postage in the UK had recently increased by an enormous amount. We had the bright idea of sending a musical Christmas greeting, instead of a physical card so spent the evening of December 13th in the studio recording an extremely light-hearted version of Ding Dong Merrily on High. The following day we emailed a hyperlink to everyone we knew and by December 26th, it had been downloaded over 6000 times. We received lots of comments along the lines of "When's the rest of the album coming out?" Well, this is it, and we hope you enjoy it!
Click for further detailsDialogues: agallaímh by Máire Ní Chathasaigh & Chris Newman
These musical conversations range from a 17th century air and the newly-discovered 18th century 'Hidden Pearl' to Máire and Chris’s own compositions: Máire’s Irish-style 'Three Piece Suite' and Chris’s jaunty 'Banana Yellow' & jazzy 'Swinging the Lead.' The album contains four songs, and the guest musicians are Nollaig Casey & Iain MacFarlane (fiddles), Simon Mayor (mandolin), Liz Hanks (cello), Roy Dodds (percussion)
Click for further detailsFfawd by Julie Murphy and Dylan Fowler
A whole album of the thrilling, clear voice of Julie Murphy is certainly good news. Here she is accompanied by Dylan Fowler, a guitarist of no mean technique, but more importantly of great imagination..... Paul Burgess. The Living Tradition
Click for further detailsFireWire by Máire Ní Chathasaigh & Chris Newman
A wide variety of music from a 17th century solo harp air to bass-drums-Stratocaster tracks. A couple of songs, a few sets of traditional dance tunes and guest appearances from Nollaig Casey (fiddle), Cathy Fink (banjo) and Roy Whyke (drums & percussion).

Click for further detailsFrost at Midnight by Catherine & Robert Atkins
Songs of a Christian theme which come under a Celtic or even New Age umbrella.

Click here for further detailsHabanera by Judith Hall & Tim Walker
Spanish and Latin music for flute and guitar - Ibert, Entr'acte; Ravel, Pièce en forme de Habañera; and Granados, Andaluza - Spanish Dance no. 5 are coupled with works of Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Rodrigo, Villa-Lobos & Schlosberg. The CD finishes with Piazzolla - Bordel 1900 & Nightclub 1960 and Williams - El Pano Maruno & Bolera Sevillanos.

Click here for further detailsIn The Tradition by Huw Chidgey & Catherine Handley
Huw Chidgey and Catherine Handley are two of the rarest talents to emerge on the UK folk scene in a long long time. But you don't need to believe everything you read, .................. just listen.

Click for further detailsLive in the Highlands by Máire Ní Chathasaigh & Chris Newman
This recording was made in 1995 during a series of concerts at the 2nd Highland Harp Festival held in Balnain House, Inverness (Scotland's centre for the promotion of Highland music) and in the Western Isles of Skye, Harris, Benbecula and Mull. The tracks are presented in more or less the same order that they were performed on stage, except that the middle section was chopped out so what you're left with is the first half of the first set spliced on to the second half of the second set!
Click for further detailsThe Living Wood by Máire Ní Chathasaigh & Chris Newman
In 1988, Máire Ní Chathasaigh and Chris Newman released 'The Living Wood', their critically acclaimed first album together. It originally appeared on the American Green Linnet label, then on Black Crow. The licence reverted to Old Bridge Music in 1994 and we were delighted to be able to re-release it on Old Bridge Music. The excellent Bryan Ledgard redesigned the sleeve, and Chris digitally remixed it for optimal sound quality.
Click for further detailsOut of Court by Máire Ní Chathasaigh & Chris Newman
In late 1991, Máire and Chris released 'Out of Court', an effervescent mixture of baroque-influenced Carolan, straight-down-the-line Irish dance music, haunting songs and a 17th century air from the ancient Irish harp tradition, interspersed with original compositions which exhibit some dazzling jazz-influenced pyrotechnics.
Click here for further detailsSpeechless by Mike Chapman
"Mike Chapman comes from a long line of distinguished plectrum guitar players dating back to the '20s like Eddie Lang, Dick McDonough and Carl Kress, who with consummate skill played a mix of solo lines and chordal melodies to great effect, using the guitar in a pianistic way..." Kathy Dyson - Musician magazine - June 2004.
Click for further detailsTango y Folklore by Duo Ramos-Schneider
Tango, South American Folklore, our own compositions, traditional musical interpretations, others with subtle chamber type and more modern arrangements. This CD expresses a varied array of musical hues, representing us at this time. It is the onset of our path with its Latin American roots towards the search for our own music, the mark of what we are today, ever changing as always.

Click here for further detailsWhen first we met by Jacqueline Fox and Raymond Burley
Originally released in 1987 on cassette only, the recording features songs and guitar solos by John Duarte and Gershwin (arranged by Duarte). Duarte said of it: 'These performances of my music are the kind that every composer hopes for but rarely has the good fortune to hear. I can't speak for George Gershwin but I'm sure he would have joined in the chorus of approval'.