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Orinoco Flow - The Music of Enya

Taliesin Orchestra

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Album Review

Orinoco Flow: The Music of Enya is a good idea done well. The Taliesin Orchestra, under the direction of Charles Sayre, performs the "non-vocal" music from 11 of Enya'a songs from four of her albums. The arrangements are purely symphonic with no pretense of trying to capture the magic of the original recordings. Instead, Sayre's sound design and the orchestra's performance have their own magic. Albums like this are generally ill-conceived and over-produced. This is a nice adult contemporary selection.

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Beautiful rhythm and more

Love Enya and this song just adds to that style of enjoyment.

Biography

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Led by keyboardist Trammell Starks in tandem with conductor, producer and arranger Charles Sayre, the Taliesin Orchestra rose to success with a series of symphonic albums reprising the work of some of New Age music's most popular artists. Their debut Orinoco Flow: The Music of Enya appeared in 1996, followed a year later by Forbidden Forest: The Music of George Winston. 1997 also saw the release of Anthem, a break from Taliesin Orchestra tradition with its focus on re-interpreting classic rock hits....
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