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Deep Peace


Download links and information about Deep Peace by Bill Douglas. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to New Age, Jazz genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 54:06 minutes.

Artist: Bill Douglas
Release date: 1996
Genre: New Age, Jazz
Tracks: 13
Duration: 54:06
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No. Title Length
1. Deep Peace (Choral Version) 4:48
2. Flow Gently, Sweet Afton 4:21
3. Piping Down the Valley's Wild 3:46
4. The Wandering Moon 3:39
5. O Earth, O Earth, Return 4:17
6. The Secret Forest 4:24
7. The Hills of Glencar 3:57
8. Red Rose, Sad Rose 4:51
9. Return to Inishmore 3:23
10. The Voices of Children 3:49
11. Evening Star 3:56
12. Irish Lullaby 4:33
13. Deep Peace (Reprise) 4:22



Composer/bassoonist Bill Douglas has always had an affinity for the romance of Celtic music. On Deep Peace, Douglas has set to music poems by William Butler Yates, William Blake, Robert Burns, and Alfred Graves. Wonder of wonder, Douglas uses a real chorus — the Ars Nova Singers — and perfectly smooth they sing, like angels, silk, or fine scotch. The arrangements are delicately supportive; a soft piano joins near the end of the a cappella "Flow Gently, Sweet Afton" while "Piping Down the Valleys Wild" is set on its happy course by woodwinds and piano. Gradually, the oboe and piano take a more active role and are joined by strings. What brings Douglas' music above everyday church fare is his strong connection to the Celtic and the bittersweet nobility — playful, yet sad — of the oboe, bassoon, and clarinet. Instrumental interludes, such as "The Wandering Moon," freshen the ear to enjoy the chorus even more. Special acknowledgment must be given to the piano, a noble Bosendorfer Imperial Concert Grand, which is showcased on "The Secret Forest." This luxurious and unhurried album will take one's head and heart to heaven.