Gillian Rose | Where Goes My Love

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Where Goes My Love

by Gillian Rose

Folk crossover album with contemporary, classical and jazz overtones.
Genre: Folk: British Folk
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1. My Love Is Like a Red, Red, Rose
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2. When You Are Old
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3. All Through the Night
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4. Where Goes My Love
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5. Idle Days in Summertime
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6. Lullaby
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7. Allan Water
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8. Be True
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9. Oft in the Stilly Night
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10. David of the White Rock
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11. The Lord Is My Shepherd
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Album Notes
This CD is a collection of beautiful folk songs and poems, from centuries ago, that tell stories of love, life and hope. I have written new music for the songs, not to dishonour the old tunes, but out of a desire to share these with perhaps a newer generation of listeners. One of the songs, ‘Where goes my love’, I wrote a few years ago and I hoped it would nestle well in amongst the other songs. In exploring these folk songs it became clear that no matter what era we come from, we all share in life the common experiences of love and pain, loss and shame, joy and sadness. This is not dependant on where we were born or our social circumstances in life. So at the end of our days, it really matters not what we have achieved in our lives, but how we have gone about it. How we have lived and loved. To that end, I do hope you enjoy listening to these songs as much as I have loved being a part of them.

Gillian Rose


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