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Teresa Doyle

Celtic/Irish Vocalist

Teresa Doyle

 

Website Teresa Doyle   Genre Celtic/Irish Vocalist
         

Contribution to the Show

Teresa's wonderful Gabham Molta Bhride (Ode to Brigid) from her lovely album Orrachan is used as the Fey voices of the Swans in our story of the Children of Lir, Episodes 013 and 014.

Biography

Teresa Doyle has won the 2007 Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton award for music. The award is given to one artist in each of seven disciplines in recognition of artistic excellence in mid-career. Past recipients in music include Jane Siberry, Rob McConnell and Brad Turner. Touring highlights in the recent past include Sound Symposium, The Canadian Jazz and World Music showcases at the St. John’s Jazz Festival and two tours in Ireland. She is set to release a new jazz album in 2008.

One of Teresa’s latest releases, Orrachan; The Divine Feminine in Gaelic Song, is a collection of ancient sacred music sung entirely in Irish Gaelic.

Albums

Teresa has 11 albums available.

Late Night Parlour

Late Night Parlour

Buy at Bandcamp

Song Road

Song Road

Buy at Bandcamp

       
Summerfly

Summerfly

Buy at Bedlam Records

Orrachan

Orrachan

Buy at Bedlam Records

       
Cradle On The Waves

Cradle On The Waves

Buy at Bedlam Records

If Fish Could Sing

If Fish Could Sing

Buy at Bedlam Records

       
Dance To Your Daddy

Dance To Your Daddy

Buy at Bedlam Records

Songs for Lute & Voice

Songs for Lute & Voice

Buy at Bedlam Records

       
Stowaway

Stowaway

Buy at Bedlam Records

Forerunner

Forerunner

Buy at Bedlam Records

       
 	Prince Edward Isle, Adieu

Prince Edward Isle, Adieu

Buy at Bedlam Records

   

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