A double album's worth of music celebrating 20 years of the Paul Winter Consort's Winter Solstice Celebrations!
Joined by the Paul Winter Consort, the legendary Irish soprano Nóirín Ní Riain transofrms the centuries-old Celtic sean-nos singing style into a contemporary expression of beauty and completeness.
This milestone collaboration, recorded in Moscow and New York in 1987, was the first album of original music created by Americans and Russians together. The Paul Winter Consort's western harmonies and Afro-Brazilian rhythms floating over the ancient circle songs and village chants revitalized by the dynamic Dmitri Pokrovsky Singers make this into an energetic, reverberating layering of sound.
2005 Grammy Award Winner | Best New Age Album
The Paul Winter Consort's 2005 Grammy Award winning album is their most extensive packaged ever released by Living Music with a run time of 2 hours and 22 minutes!
Guitarist, composer, pianist, singer, arranger and musical bon vivant, Oscar Castro-Neves weaves the rhythmic joy his Brazillian guitar and vocal music with the sound of the Paul Winter Consort and other friends in this collection of vibrant and haunting compositions.
1993 Grammy Award Winner | Best New Age Album
Recorded live by the Paul Winter Consort while on tour in Spain
2007 Grammy Award Winner | Best New Age Album
The Paul Winter Consort’s album: CRESTONE: A Celebration of the World of Crestone , celebrates the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Great Sand Dunes, and San Luis Valley of Southern Colorado.
Miho: Journey to the Mountain
2010 Grammy Award Winner | Best New Age Album
Recorded by The Paul Winter Consort in the Miho Museum near Kyoto, Japan
The Man Who Planted Trees
Written by Jean Giono and narrated by the late Robert J. Lurtsema (host of public radio's "Morning Pro Musica"), this empowering story of a tree-planting shepherd is set to original music by the Paul Winter Consort.
The Paul Winter Consort's legendary annual "Winter Solstice Whole Earth Christmas Celebration"