Hi, my name is Gypsy, and I love all kinds of music, but am drawn to the faerie realm.
I adore Loreena McKennit, Enya, Paul Speer, Adiemus, AMethystium, Deep Forest,Enigma, Terri Oldfield...the list goes on. Right now I am blissing on Sarah Brightman.
I can't pick 3 cd's everyone should have, I am way too indescisive.
Many moons ago (the early '90'3 anyway) I used to stay up late on Sunday nites, because there was 2 hours of new age music on, with a host named Forest. I used to tape these airplays and search for the discs. Over the years and many moves i have lost my recorded audio tapes, yet over all those years there is one song/album I never found that was so haunting, beautiful, and intense that it lives eternally in my heart, but I would die to hear it once more. From what I remember, "Forest" stated that the song was entitled "A Crescent Moon In King Arthur's Dream," and the album was "Legends of Avalon," but I cannot remeber the artist. The song was purely instumental, with cello and viloins juxtaposed to create a flow of haunting yet flowing melody. The music evoked within me a vision of a deep fairy-forest of sark emerald trees and soft moss, staring out at night and the music then became lighter as it seemd morning broke...I would fall to my knees in eternal thankfulness if there is anyone out there who has any idea of what I am taking about...
Thank you and blessed be