Celtic Devotion by Oliver Shroer

Posted February 21, 2000 by Mrs Giggles in 3 Oogies, Music Reviews, Type: New Age / 0 Comments.

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Celtic Devotion by Oliver Shroer

Celtic Devotion by Oliver Shroer

Avalon
Classical, 1999

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Ooh, pretty, pretty music. This collection of mostly instrumental pieces (with an occasional female aria ooh-oohing here or there) are pleasant, pretty, and will leave a soothing trail of earwax along one’s ear canals as the music passes from one ear out the next.

Celtic Devotion is a collection of traditional Irish fare such as My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose and She Moved Through the Fair, all done in the same old familiar piano, harp, and violin thing, with an occasional flute, pipes, whistle, and fiddle thrown in. Nothing new, nothing offensive or unpleasant either.

Like I said, pleasant earwax to give your room some “ambiance”.

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