#187: Celtic Christmas Music

Celtic Christmas music is the theme for show #187 of this week's podcast as we share the first of two Celtic Christmas episodes of Irish Celtic music from Maggie Sansone and Bonnie Rideout, Mithril, The Barra McNeils, Golden Bough, The Irish Rovers, Marc Gunn, Tom Morley, Four Celtic Voices, The Rogues, Eileen Ivers, Barleyjuice, Brian O h'Uiginn, Banshee in the Kitchen, Ross Crean. www.celticmusicpodcast.com

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Various Artists - A Celtic Christmas

This Week in Celtic Music

0:41
“Here We Come A-Wassailing/Bottom of the Punch Bowl” by Maggie Sansone and Bonnie Rideout
from A Scottish Christmas

5:05
“Winter's Day” by Mithril
from Winter's Day

8:23
“Christmas Comes But Once a Year” by The Barra McNeils
from The Christmas Album

11:04
“Christmas Day in the Morning” by Golden Bough
from Winter's Dance

14:19
“Merry Merry Time of Year” by The Irish Rovers
from Merry Merry Time of Year

18:22
“Christmas in the Shire” by Marc Gunn
from Celtic Christmas Greetings

22:00
“Cold Frosty Morning” by Tom Morley
from A Celtic Christmas and The Raven's Wing

26:21
“What Child Is This” by Four Celtic Voices
from Four Celtic Seasons

29:24
“March, Pat-a-Pan and Reel” by The Rogues
from Hellbound Sleigh

34:33
“Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring” by Eileen Ivers
from An Nollaig: An Irish Christmas

37:28
“Whiskey for Christmas” by Barleyjuice
from This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things

40:16
“Winter Deep Inside” by Brian O h'Uiginn
from Tionchar

44:47
“Always Believe” by Celtic Cross
from Always Believe

48:21
“Cook in the Kitchen Set” by Banshee in the Kitchen
from Invite the Light

53:21
“Taladh Chriosta (The Christ-Child's Lullaby)” by Ross Crean
from Lullabies for Trying Times

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Comments

#187: Celtic Christmas Music — 2 Comments

  1. Marc,

    A friend recently sent me your Christmas cd, but it was badly damaged in the mail. So, she sent me another one! I am enjoying it very much. My two-year old granddaughter loves to hear Frosty the Snowman.

    So, what is this I just read (above) about a trip to Ireland?

    Thanks for the great music. Merry Christmas!

    Rhonda