Medwyn Goodall | The Sorcerer's Daughter 2: The Book of Dragons

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The Sorcerer's Daughter 2: The Book of Dragons

by Medwyn Goodall

The Continuing tale of the Sorcerer’s Daughter. Since the fall of magic she retreated to the mountains in search of relics and a mythical tome called ‘The Book of Dragons”. Delicate, subtle, beautiful and very atmospheric, this music is a soulful journey, a bitter sweet mix of Celtic and Orchestral styles that combines to create a vivid cinematic like quality. An album that demads you to listen, curl up with it and lose yourself in the snowy forests of the mountains. Perfomed on Irish flutes, Grand Piano, and Harps.
Genre: New Age: Celtic New Age
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Winter in the Mountains
6:18 $2.00
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2. The Book of Dragons
7:23 $2.00
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3. When It Snows in the Forest
6:43 $2.00
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4. The Quest
7:22 $2.00
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5. Daybreak
7:02 $2.00
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6. The Blue Star
8:11 $2.00
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The Continuing tale of the Sorcerer’s Daughter. Since the fall of magic she retreated to the mountains in search of relics and a mythical tome called ‘The Book of Dragons”.

Delicate, subtle, beautiful and very atmospheric, this music is a soulful journey, a bitter sweet mix of Celtic and Orchestral styles that combines to create a vivid cinematic like quality. An album that demands you to listen, curl up with it and lose yourself in the snowy forests of the mountains. Performed on Irish flutes, Grand Piano, and Harps.

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