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Christopher Lynch - The Minstrel Boy album download
Christopher Lynch  - The Minstrel Boy album download
Performer: Christopher Lynch
Title: The Minstrel Boy
Released: 1948
Rating: 4.5/5
FLAC size: 1979 mb | MP3 size: 1268 mb | WMA size: 1650 mb

full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick. The Minstrel Boy & Others (Remastered).

Christopher Lynch, Leonard Rose. Label : Sony Format : Flac track Cover : Front. Tracklist : Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887 – 1959): Aria Cantilena from Bachiana brasileira No. 50. Traditional: The Minstrel Boy The Garden Where the Praties Grow. Charles William Glover (1806 – 1863): The Rose of Tralee. Traditional: The Palatine’s Daughter. Ernest Roland Ball (1878 – 1927): A Little Bit of Heaven.

The Minstrel Boy - Christopher Lynch. Featured on Original Irish Tenors: The Legendary Voices Of Celtic Song. More by Christopher Lynch. Listen to Christopher Lynch in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Christopher Cross is the self-titled debut album by Christopher Cross, released in December 1979. Recorded in mid-1979, the album was one of the early digitally recorded albums, utilizing the 3M Digital Recording System. In 1981, it won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year, famously beating Pink Floyd's The Wall and it has been noted for being one of the most influential soft rock albums of the early 1980s. All tracks composed by Christopher Cross. Say You'll Be Mine" – 2:53.

Laura Newell (harp), Christopher Lynch (tenor), John Wummer (flute), Leonard Rose (cello), Bidú Sayão (soprano). Leonard Rose (cello), Laura Newell (harp), John Wummer (flute), Christopher Lynch (tenor). The Garden Where the Praties Grow (Remastered).

Minstrel Boy (album). Minstrel Boy. Compilation album by Donovan. All tracks by Donovan Leitch, except where noted.


1 The Minstrel Boy
2 The Garden Where The Praties Grow
3 The Rose Of Tralee
4 The Palatine's Daughter
5 A Little Bit Of Heaven
6 A Ballynure Ballad
7 When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
8 The Young May Moon
9 You'd Better Ask Me