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Saturday, December 25, 2010

12 Days of Internet music: Day 7

Portrait by Catherine Wicks

It’s Christmas morning and below is something special, “Da Day Dawn,” an ancient and haunting Shetland aire that traces its roots from the Norse.

Traditionally performed in the early hours of Christmas morning to awaken members of the household for the day’s celebration, this version was presented at the Great Hall in West Brookfield, Massachusetts on December 2, 2007 by Celtic/Classical violinist/violist/ composer, Samantha Gillogly.

May you awaken to the promise of a beautiful day filled with peace and love.


BarryGillogly said...


paul said...

love listening to this wonderful folk tune

truly there is an special, intimate feeling that can only come from an unaccompanied soloist

Paula Slade said...

Paul - Thanks so much for stopping by! Glad you enjoyed! I was listening to some your compositions as well - very lovely music and soothing for the soul.

Barry - ;-)