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Phil Coulter's Highland Cathedral collects more of his lush Celtic fusion pieces, which blend traditional instruments such as uilleann pipes, whistles, piano, accordion, and strings with contemporary-sounding synths. "Our Island Barque," "Going Home," and "The Enchanted Glen" define the album's lilting, relaxing feel, and Aoife's delicate vocals on "If These Stones Could Speak" and the title track add another soothing, ethereal dimension to Highland Cathedral, an album that will please Coulter fans as well as anyone fond of atmospheric, new age-inspired Celtic music.

Biography

Born: February, 1942 in Derry, Northern Ireland

Genre: World

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Composer, producer and performer Phil Coulter was the reigning king of contemporary Celtic music, becoming the best-selling Irish artist of his generation. Born in Derry, Northern Ireland in 1942, Coulter began his career while studying music at Belfast's Queens University, writing the Capitol Showband's 1963 hit "Foolin' Time" and later penning the ensemble's 1965 Eurovision Song Contest entry "Walking the Streets in the Rain." Other notable compositions of the era include Twinkle's 1964 smash "Terry"...
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