Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Renaissance Magazine Calls Anne Roos’ Music “A Genuine Treat”

My 5.1 Surround Sound CD, A Light in the Forest, is “Highly recommended to those who enjoy Celtic harp and traditional music,” says Elaine Cunningham on pages 65-66 in Issue #65 of Renaissance Magazine. Here is an excerpt of the review:

A Light in the Forest, the latest CD from Celtic harper Anne Roos,
is a genuine treat for people who like their traditional music played
well, without electronic embellishment, in simple but interesting
arrangements. This beautifully produced collection is presented in
a booklet that illuminates each track with notes, stories, poetry,
and art. Organized around a forest theme, this collection of
traditional and early music has a nice sense of coherence while
offering considerable variety.

Highly recommended to those who enjoy Celtic harp and traditional
music, this would also be a good choice for those seeking music
that evokes a Renaissance spirit while remaining easily accessible
to the casual listener.”

Renaissance Magazine is a print publication that features articles
on history, castles, heraldry, culinary and herbal arts, and in-depth
interview with the movers and shakers of the re-enactment and faire
communities. Regular columns review period books movies,
music, web sites, and games.

A Light in the Forest is on the Cambria Master Recordings label.
This and other albums by me are available for purchase
online at Amazon.com, CDBaby.com, and many online stores. It
is also available for purchase at retail outlets such as Barnes &
and Borders stores. Autographed copies can be purchased
at www.celticharpmusic.com.

1 comment:

Christine Buffaloe said...

I have loved Anne's music for some time. I am so happy for her that she is getting the kudos that she so rightly deserves.

Christine Buffaloe