Maidens IV | Four Aflame

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Four Aflame

by Maidens IV

This youthful band of sisters presents vivacious fiddling, dynamic percussion and enchanting four part harmony to capture heart and toe.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Jenny Dang the Weaver/Dunmore Lasses/Tam Lin Reel
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2. Lark in the Morning
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3. Tea Cup
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4. Jolly Rover
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5. Shannon's Mist
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6. Sleepy Maggie/Musical Priest
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7. O the Deep, Deep of Jesus
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8. Jerusalem's Ridge
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9. Waholning Rails
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10. Andy's Gone
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11. Fiddlers Magic
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12. Doxology
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13. Four Aflame
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This youthful band of sisters presents vivacious fiddling, dynamic percussion and enchanting four part harmony to capture heart and toe. Celtic Fire with Class!!

Since early childhood Havilah, Heather, Abigail & Tabitha Justice have been actively performing classical and baroque music with their nine siblings as a part of their Mothers vision for a well-rounded home-schooling education.

In 2003 Havilah and Heather brought Maidens II into existence as an engaging Violin and Voice duo. They began performing Renaissance, Celtic and Folk music intricately weaving song with theatrical drama for motor-coach tours and restaurant venues.

In 2005 younger sister Abigail added the alto sounds of her Viola as the Maidens performances were now reaching 60 gigs a year.

2006 brought in youngest sister Tabitha’s driving guitar rhythms! Kindling a new sound and genre as Maidens IV, the band now flames the fire of Celtic and Folk music performing in a variety of venues from Fairs and Festivals to private events.

The Maidens classically trained lead vocalist, Heather, holds captive her audiences with sparkling brilliance. She arranges all the music for Maidens and composes much of the vocals and instrumentals, giving the band its distinctive Maidens fire. Her Bodhrán is the heartbeat of their percussion. Havilah’s bright and spirited Violin flames their reels, jigs and ethnic tunes. Close on her heels Abigail’s vibrant Viola adds a depth and rich harmony to the group. Tabitha enriches Maidens with her driving rhythms and sensitive acoustic Guitar. Spirited rhythms of these Maiden sisters give youthful vigor to Celtic & Folk sounds.


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Pat Robeck

Harmonies and Life!
They're music has tightly woven harmonies and beautiful instrumentation. To hear them is to imagine what music will be like in Heaven.

Jeremy Mantel

Excellent performance, amazing talent, uplifting and relaxing.
The CD is vary well done, I am enjoying it immensely, the music is uplifting and yet peaceful at the same time. And they sound awsome live.


This is the best Celtic CD I've ever heard!!
Saw the ladies at Lorain Festival. Loved their style and song choices.
This is a great CD. I highly recommend it.
These girls have such talent, and from Ohio too!
Keep it up ladies. Great job!

Please do another CD soon.


amazing. this got me into celtic music.
I heard maidens four play at the ohio state ren faire a few times. This is what got me to like celtic music. I must admit that I haven't heard much celtic music except for occasionally at ren faires and on the radio, but the maidens IV is different from other bands i have heard. I loved it. the pieces were beautifully performed and choreographed at the ohio state ren faire. I loved the melodies.

Over-the-top: Commentary for the modern musician

I like it -- I'll take a case
I can hear an electric guitar in there, somewhere, I'm sure of it


Well, I don't know where to start...
The first impression was astonishment and surprise... Despite common opinion, that there are too many folk musicians nowadays I say - REALLY good musicians are as rare as unicorns. And you are damn good!!!
Except for music policy... I'm a pirate4life, so it is quite a sad situation.
But nevertheless - good luck and just in case my e-mail is

Beth Burnett

This CD is just lovely! The talent which God has given these young women to create captivating music with which to glorify Him is beautifully displayed in this album. I love the voices of sisters blending together especially in Doxology. Keep singing for the Lord!


Got the chills with the singing on Doxology. Great stuff. Maybe an album of old timey hymns in the works? That would be great.

Amy W.

It is wonderful, beautiful, totally cool, 1,000,000 cheers, awesome...and did I mention wonderful?


Celtic/folk music, these girls are awesome. I saw them at the Great Lakes Medieval Faire and they're flawless. A GREAT buy!
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