Memory of Trees

The Memory of Trees

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by Enya
     
 

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The Memory of Trees is every bit as hushed and lovely as Enya's best work. The beautiful and brooding Celtic melodies she brought with her from her earlier work with Clannad are still the primary raw materials, and her skillful use of them is still the main thing that sets her

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The Memory of Trees is every bit as hushed and lovely as Enya's best work. The beautiful and brooding Celtic melodies she brought with her from her earlier work with Clannad are still the primary raw materials, and her skillful use of them is still the main thing that sets her apart from the new age pack. She also has a truly lovely voice, and there's no point trying to resist the gentle charm of "China Roses" and the incantatory power of "Anywhere Is."

Product Details

Release Date:
12/05/1995
Label:
Reprise / Wea
UPC:
0093624610625
catalogNumber:
46106
Rank:
21699

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Enya   Primary Artist,Vocals,Multi Instruments

Technical Credits

Enya   Composer
Roma Ryan   Composer
Nicky Ryan   Producer,Engineer

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The Memory of Trees 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just recently purchased her ''Paint The Sky With Stars'' CD and was so impressed that I bought 3 of her previously released CD's and plan to buy all her music. She is truely talented and her music is very unique with a combination of modern classical and pop with a hint of an Angelic tone. Anybody who has an appreciation for music will certainly enjoy her music.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Memory of Trees is nearly my favorite Enya CD. Enya relaxes me when almost nothing else will. The only other CD I've found that makes me feel so calm is Genie Nilsson's Whisper.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Enya has masterfully created another album that engages the senses with soft rhythem and layered vocal harmonies. This album ventures into new territory, as she uses new accoustical themes and some soft synthetic sounds as well as the Celtic ones Enya fans have previously come to know. I would reccomend this album to anyone who likes to listen to softer music, or for those who like to use music as therapy for tension or stress.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This music is so beautiful, that one can imagine themselves walking amid the stars in the sky. This is very relaxing and soothing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you enjoy the Celtic genre this is definitely worth owning. Although she refers to the works of Tolkien only once in her earlier works (Lothlorien) the forth track ''Athair Ar Neamh'' exactly fits my conception of an Elven Bard singing a lament of a lost homeland.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite of Enya's lovely work. For some reason I find that her albums can be compared to different seasons, and to me this is Enya's Autumn album. My favorite song from The Memory of Trees is Athair ar Neamh. It's so beautiful, and almost melancholy. This is a perfect example of the spiritual power Enya's music contains. The album makes me feel so mystical and free inside. It's hard to describe the feeling you get when listening to The Memory of Trees. I definately recommend having this one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Athair ar Neamh has got me listening to this cd over and over again. That is not saying that that was the summit of the cd, far from that. A well rounded cd that gives you that trademark enya tranquility. A wonderful work!
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