Robin Petrie | A Victorian Noël

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A Victorian Noël

by Robin Petrie

Europen carols from the Victorian era arranged for dulcimer, harp, piano and strings.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Un Flambeau, Jeanette, Isabella Il Est Né, le Divine Enfant
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2. Infant Holy / I Saw Three Ships / The Builders
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4:04 album only
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3. At the Nativity / Bethlehem's Stall
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3:49 album only
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4. Fum Fum Fum / Patapan
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2:23 album only
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5. Christ Is Born in Bethlehem We'll Speak Very Softly
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4:55 album only
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6. O, Tannenbaum / Lippai
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7. Lovely Is the Dark Blue Sky / Come Hear the Wonderful Tidings
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8. In Dulci Jubilo / Shepherd's Cradle Song) /
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9. Gabriel's Message Does Away Adam and His Helpmate
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10. Masters in This Hall Wherefore This Great Joy
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11. To Bethlehem / The Message
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12. As Lately We Watched
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13. Un Flambeau, Jeanette, Isabella (Reprise)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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World traveler Robin Petrie has been deeply involved in dance (Scottish, ballet, flamenco, middle-eastern, Balkan) since childhood and has played hammered dulcimer and recorded numerous albums since 1980, touring the US, Europe and Southern Hemisphere extensively. Though focusing initially on British Isles and French music, her current work includes music from many cultures around the globe. She also has a major soft spot for both Cajun and New Orleans music and culture.

Robin's sparkling "Indie" award-winning style can be heard on other Gourd albums including A Victorian Noël, Oktober County, Simple Gifts, The World Turned Upside Down, Tree of Life, Autumn in the Valley and Wondrous Love.


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