The Talyn Soundtrack

Long book — has taken a long time to shake out my extensive collection to get the following. And it’s a long, long list, so it will be done as a ‘continued on next page’ entry — that way, if you’re interested, you can read the list, and if you’re not, you’re spared a whole bunch of badly formatted music recommendations.

The Sickle, the Sun & a Harvest Dance — The Brothers Frantzich — Lifescapes Ireland
A Ceili for Father William — The Brothers Frantzich — Lifescapes Ireland
Baptism — The Brothers Frantzich — Lifescapes Ireland
A Woman’s Lament — The Brothers Frantzich — Lifescapes Ireland
Oh, to Open the Rusty Gates of Romance — The Brothers Frantzich — Lifescapes Ireland
The Gentle Voice of Midwinter — The Brothers Frantzich — Lifescapes Ireland
The Hour Before Dawn — The Brothers Frantzich — Lifescapes Ireland
A Dublin Pub — The Brothers Frantzich — Lifescapes Ireland
The Chimney Sweep — The Brothers Frantzich — Lifescapes Ireland
She Swims at Night in the Silent Sea — The Brothers Frantzich — Lifescapes Ireland
The Tune a Fisherman Hums — The Brothers Frantzich — Lifescapes Ireland
Ireland’s Waltz Everlasting — The Brothers Frantzich — Lifescapes Ireland
Alasdair Mhic Cholla Ghasda — Capercaillie — Sidewaulk
Balindore — Capercaillie — Sidewaulk
Fisherman’s Dream — Capercaillie — Sidewaulk
Sidewaulk Reels — Capercaillie — Sidewaulk
Iain Ghlinn’ Cuaich — Capercaillie — Sidewaulk
Fosgail An Dorus / Nighean Bhuaidh’ Ruadh — Capercaillie — Sidewaulk
The Turnpike — Capercaillie — Sidewaulk
Both Sides The Tweed — Capercaillie — Sidewaulk
The Weasel — Capercaillie — Sidewaulk
Oh Mo Dhuthaich — Capercaillie — Sidewaulk
Johnny Has Gone For A Soldier — Civil War — The Civil War
Battle Hymn of the Republic — Civil War —
Shenandoah — Civil War —
Ashokan Farewell – Sullivan Ba — The Civil War — Ken Burns
Dixie-Bonnie Blue Flag (The Ne — The Civil War — Ken Burns
The Fairy Queen — Clannad — Celtic Collection
Theme from harry’s game — Clannad — Celtic Moods
Traditional- Green Sleeves-Classical Guitar — Classical Guitar Masters — Six-String Serenade
Epona — Enya — ENYA
Exile — Enya — Watermark
Storms In Africa — Enya — Watermark
Bring Me To Life — Evanescence — Fallen
My Immortal — Evanescence — Fallen
Battle of Little Round Top — Gettysburg — Gettysburg
We Are the Flank — Gettysburg — Gettysburg
Reunion and Finale — Gettysburg — Gettysburg
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Richard Thompson — Richard Thompson — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Rossy — Rossy — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Ry Cooder — Ry Cooder — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — David Hidalgo — David Hidalgo — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Reeves Gabrels — Reeves Gabrels — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Stephen Bishop — Stephen Bishop — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — J.J. Cale — J.J. Cale — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Randy Jacobs — Randy Jacobs — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Phoebe Snow — Phoebe Snow — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Neil Finn — Neil Finn — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Kenny Edwards — Kenny Edwards — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Michael Landau — Michael Landau — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Albert Lee — Albert Lee — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — J.D. Souther — J.D. Souther — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Elvis Costello — Elvis Costello — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — String Quartet — String Quartet — Ferrington Guitars
Ferrington Guitars — Rare Instrumental — Don Was — Don Was — Ferrington Guitars
Fisherman’s Song — Irish Descendants — Look to the Sea
The Ghost Piper/Mermaid In The Mist — Jeff Victor — Return To Scottish Moors
Silver Moon Over The Moors — Jeff Victor — Return To Scottish Moors
Kilcalia — Jeff Victor — Return To Scottish Moors
MacCrimmon’s Lament/The Banks Of Loch Eil — Jeff Victor — Return To Scottish Moors
Goodwife Of Kittlerumpit — Jeff Victor — Return To Scottish Moors
Five Sisters Of Kintail — Jeff Victor — Return To Scottish Moors
Return Of The Dumfrieshire Dwarves — Jeff Victor — Return To Scottish Moors
Dark Is The Color Of My True Love’s Hair — Jeff Victor — Return To Scottish Moors
Seven Widow Forest — Jeff Victor — Return To Scottish Moors
The Sea-King’s Daughter — Jeff Victor — Return To Scottish Moors
Maggie’s Waltz — Jeff Victor — Return To Scottish Moors
One Summer’s Day — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
A Road To Somewhere — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
The Empty Restaurant — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
Nighttime Coming — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
The Dragon Boy — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
Scootballs — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
Procession Of Spirits — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
Bathhouse Morning — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
Day Of The River — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
It’s Hard Work — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
The Stink Spirit — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
Sen’s Courage — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
Kaonashi (No Face) — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
The Sixth Station — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
The House At Swamp Bottom — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
Reprise — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
The Return — Joe Hisaishi — Spirited Away
Air on the G String — Johann Sebastian Bach — Classical Music for the Reader (only) – CD 1 of 2
BWV 1046: Allegro — Johann Sebastian Bach — The Best of Bach
BWV 1046: Allegro — Johann Sebastian Bach — The Best of Bach
BWV 1046: Adagio — Johann Sebastian Bach — The Best of Bach
BWV 1046: Allegro — Johann Sebastian Bach — The Best of Bach
I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow (Instrumental) — John Hartford — O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Albeniz _ Suite Espanola, Op_ — Julian Bream — The Ultimate Guitar Collection
Albeniz – Mallorca, Op 202 (Julian Bream, guitar) — Julian Bream —
Julian Bream – John Williams – — Julian Bream —
Drums Of War — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Oliver Wendell Holmes — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Ashoken Farewell — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Battle Cry Of Freedom — Ken Burns — The Civil War
We Are Climbing Jacob’s Ladder — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Dixie/Bonnie Blue Flag — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Cheer Boys Cheer — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Angel Band — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Johnny Has Gone For A Soldier — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Lorena — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Parade — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Hail Columbia — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Dixie — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Kingdom Coming — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Battle Hymn Of The Republic — Ken Burns — The Civil War
All Quiet On The Potomac — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Flag Of Columbia — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Weeping Sad And Lonely — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Yankee Doodle — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Palmyra Schottische — Ken Burns — The Civil War
When Johnny Comes Marching Home — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Shenandoah — Ken Burns — The Civil War
When Johnny Comes Marching Home — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Marching Through Georgia — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Marching Through Georgia Lament — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Battle Cry Of Freedom — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Battle Hymn Of The Republic — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Ashokan Farewell – Sullivan Ballou Letter — Ken Burns — The Civil War
Civil War – Ashokan Farewell — Ken Burns —
Catch The Moments As They Fly — Lifescapes — Celtic River
The Road To Magh Meala — Lifescapes — Celtic River
Lord Of The Leprachauns — Lifescapes — Celtic River
Black Donald’s Dervish — Lifescapes — Celtic River
The Immigrants — Lifescapes — Celtic River
Dance Of Dee — Lifescapes — Celtic River
Cinnuint — Lifescapes — Celtic River
Lucid Meadow — Lifescapes — Celtic River
The Warlock’s Fife — Lifescapes — Celtic River
The Druid Of Lonesom Isle — Lifescapes — Celtic River
Heaven — Live — Birds Of Pray
The Prophecy — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
Concerning Hobbits — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
The Shadow Of The Past — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
The Treason Of Isengard — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
The Black Rider — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
At The Sign Of The Prancing Pony — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
A Knife In The Dark — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
Flight To The Ford — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
Many Meetings — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
The Council Of Elrond (Featuring ‘Aniron [Theme For Aragorn And Arwen]’) (Featuring Enya) — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
The Ring Goes South — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
A Journey In The Dark — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
The Bridge Of Khazad Dum — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
Lothlorien — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
The Great River — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
Amon Hen — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
The Breaking Of The Fellowship — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
May It Be (Featuring Enya) — Lord Of The Rings OST — The Lord Of The Rings- The Fellowship Of The Ring
Stump — Mecca Bodega — Hammered Dulcimer
Epiphany Mayfair — Mecca Bodega — Hammered Dulcimer
Jules Massenet — M�ditation from Tha�s — Classical Music for the Reason (only) – Disk 2 of 2
Hey Baby — No Doubt — Rock Steady
Underneath It All — No Doubt — Rock Steady
Don’t Know Why — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
Seven Years — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
Cold Cold Heart — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
Feelin’ The Same Way — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
Come Away With Me — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
Shoot The Moon — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
Turn Me On — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
Lonestar — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
I’ve Got To See You Again — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
Painter Song — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
One Flight Down — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
Nightingale — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
The Long Day Is Over — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
The Nearness Of You — Norah Jones — Come Away With Me
Misery (Featuring Steven Tyler) — Pink — Missundaztood
Don’t Let Me Get Me — Pink — Missundaztood
Every Breath You Take — Police —
Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in — Robert Hill — J.S.Bach – Works for Lute-Harp
Yesterday’s Gone — Reeves Gabrels — Yesterday’s Gone
Riverdance – Celtic Spirit — Riverdance —
Theme — Riverdance —
Bravado — Rush — Roll the Bones
I Knew I Love You Before I Met — Savage Garden —
Amazing Grace (bagpipes) — Scottish National Pipe & Drum —
The Fishermen’s Song — Silly Wizard — The Best Of Silly Wizard
The Queen of Argyll — Silly Wizard — Kiss the tears awah
I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow — The Soggy Bottom Boys — O Brother, Where Art Thou?
I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow — The Soggy Bottom Boys — O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Desert Rose — Sting — Brand New Day
Fields Of Gold — Sting — Ten Summoner’s Tales
Shape Of My Heart — Sting — Ten Summoner’s Tales
She’s My Kind Of Rain — Tim McGraw — And The Dancehall Doctors
Real Good Man — Tim McGraw — And The Dancehall Doctors
Unbreakable — Unbreakable —
America the Beautiful — US Marine Drum and Bugle Corps —
George Frideric Handel – Largo from “Xerxes” — Various Artists — Classical Music for the Reader (only) – CD 1 of 2
Antonio Vivaldi – The Four Seasons: “Spring” — Various Artists — Classical Music for the Reader (only) – CD 1 of 2
Pachelbel – Canon — Various Artists — Classical Music for the Reader (only) – CD 1 of 2
Tomaso Albinoni – Adagio for Organ & Strings — Various Artists — Classical Music for the Reader (only) – CD 1 of 2
Franz Joseph Haydn – Serenade Op. 3. in F – 3rd Mvt. — Various Artists — Classical Music for the Reader (only) – CD 1 of 2
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Piano Concerto No. 21 – Andante — Various Artists — Classical Music for the Reader (only) – CD 1 of 2
Franz Schubert – Ave Maria — Various Artists — Classical Music for the Reader (only) – CD 1 of 2
Franz Schubert – “Trout” Quintet Theme and Variations — Various Artists — Classical Music for the Reader (only) – CD 1 of 2
Liebestraum No. 3 — Various Artists — Classical Music for the Reader (only) – CD 1 of 2
Felix Mendelssohn – Violin Concerto in E – Slow Mvt. — Various Artists — Classical Music for the Reader (only) – CD 1 of 2
Four Seasons – Autumn — Vivaldi — The Four Seasons
Four Seasons – Spring — Vivaldi —
Four Seasons – Summer — Vivaldi —
Four Seasons – Winter — Vivaldi —
Concerto in A for Guitar — Vivaldi —
Theme (Instrumental) — Yo Yo Ma — Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Yo Yo Ma – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon – In The Old Temple — Yo Yo Ma —
Cello Suite No.1, 1. Prelude — Yo-Yo Ma — Bach: 6 Suites for Unac. Cello
Cello Suite No.1, 2. Allemande — Yo-Yo Ma — Bach: 6 Suites for Unac. Cello
ZZ Top – She’s Got Legs — ZZ Top —
The T.racks Of My Tears — — 60’s
Hammered Dulcimer – Gary Owen & Larry O’Gaff — —

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6 comments… add one
  • Holly Lisle Jun 3, 2009 @ 12:57

    Danielle—I’ve added some new music in the last few years as well. Have discovered Disturbed (the track I’d recommend as an intro is Ten-Thousand Fists In the Air), Nick Drake, and Jami Seiber, all of whom I vigorously recommend. Thanks for your recommendations, too.

  • Danielle Jun 3, 2009 @ 12:43

    My, my, this is the first playlist besides my own that I’ve ever seen containing Capercaillie, Evanescence and Sting all in one!

    If you want a really good music website, try Grooveshark or Pandora. Grooveshark lets you create online playlists, Pandora is free internet radio. I listen to both while I write.

    As for similar music, if you haven’t checked out Nightwish or Lacuna Coil, they’re similar-ish to Evanescence; Celtic Woman, Altan for Irish music, amazing Renaissance Festival band Tartanic for bagpipes (check MySpace).

  • Holly Lisle Jun 6, 2003 @ 5:01

    I have the 40 Gig internal harddrive on the iMac, plus a 120 Gig harddrive that I got on sale as separate pieces (internal harddrive, firewire 2 external wrapper) and put together myself. So I have a lot of storage space. One thing I’ve learned about my computer usage over the years, though, is that I always need more storage.

    As for iTunes — it’s the Mac music file player, and it’s better than anything that I’ve been able to find for Windows. Better by far than Windows Media Player, which I don’t like at all, better than Winamp, better than Musicmatch. It does everything all of those programs do, but better and easier, and adds a lot of features that none of them have.

    The comparable product for Kazaa on the Mac would be Limewire, unless you’re using Kazaa as your MP3 player. In which case, iTunes or any of the Windows products would be heaps better, because Kazaa isn’t really made for enjoying large music libraries, just for acquiring them.

  • Rick Jun 5, 2003 @ 17:20

    Good lord, Holly. How much memory do you have on your computer?!

    And what’s iTunes like, is it better than Kazaa? Is it free?

  • Holly Lisle Jun 3, 2003 @ 5:27

    [g] Oh, don’t look for trends. This is just stuff that’s appropriate for the current book — I needed a long list because I have 200 pages done but still have 1000 to write, and I didn’t want to be sick of the music by the time I finished.

    But this is in no way representative of my musical tastes. This is a tiny little subset. I currently have 1836 songs or pieces (five days, seven hours, fifty-nine mintues, forty seconds of straight listening) loaded on my computer, with one head-high and two waist-high stacks of CDs waiting to be added. And of course I’m still acquiring new stuff. I’m adding to the hard-drive collection slowly, however, because I want to be able to rate and categorize everything as it goes on the hard drive. I make extensive use of the iTunes rating feature and Smart Lists.

    I do love iTunes — wow, do I love iTunes. I get a chance to listen to things that have been languishing in the collection for ages because I just forgot about them. I set up one Smart List for things that are rarely played — have been played between 0 and 2 times since I put them on the machine — and sometimes I just listen to that for things that I can put into regular rotation in one of my multiple favorites lists.

    Which, of course, is a bit off topic.

    Anyway, I haven’t heard of any of your reccs, but will see what I can find.

  • Tina Jun 2, 2003 @ 11:31

    Goodness. That IS a long list.

    A whole lot of stuff on there I don’t recognize, but I sense a trend or two. Not that you need more music, but there’s some Canadian artists you might want to explore if you haven’t already, given that: Rawlins Cross, Great Big Sea, Natalie MacMaster, and Ashley MacIsaac. It’s hard to find Rawlins Cross, but the others actually have some amount of U.S. distribution. (I own no Rawlins Cross, alas; GBS is on my ‘to buy’ list right now, though.)

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