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Mt. Fiddler
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I had this on my computer but it cuts off at the end.  I've tried literally for years to get the whole song.  My problem is that I put into my computer as "Windham Hill Celtic Christmas" but this is *not* the right title. I looked and looked.  I don't think that the title is right... I no no longer think that the music is even from Windham HIll.  Can you help identify the music, the C it came from, or the violinist?It's so lovely and nice and have anyone of you heard this and can tell me who plays it and what the CD or record or CD is comes off of...?  Can you help me with this proiect?  it's not technically what i've seen as "group projects" here, but if we all work together on this song identificaton, that would be great.  He'res the partial MP3.

 

Feel free to delete this post if I'm mis-using the forum for this... I had to come somewhere for help, though!!

 

Mr. Fiddler.

 

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It's Oh Come All Ye Faithful.  It's a Christmas song.

 

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You have it saved as Windham-Hill-Celtic-Christmas-O-Come-All-Ye-Faithful.mp3

 

According to what I found on Youtube, Windham Hill is a record label.  So if you just do a search for their Christmas music, you can probably find the same version on Youtube.

 

 

 

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November 22, 2013 - 11:11 pm
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I wish I knew. I tried. :-)

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Mt. Fiddler
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 I may have to give up.  THis is part of the trouble with computer-stored music.  First, no one needs any live musicians anymore... thus the human race is slowly losing it's musicians... secondly, copies of copies of copies are out there, obscuring the original talent.  Someone's hard work went into that... but what we have it "oh, isn't that a pretty song... now let me get to Wal-Mart for the TV giveaway..."

 

Thanks all...

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you might try searching for the latin name, Adeste Fideles AND Windham Hill    gws

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Thank you again.  I listened to 286 (not kidding) samples from Itunes and nope... there is a windham hill record with WG Snuffy Walden, but he's on the guitar.  There's Tracey Silverman too, a well known Windham Hill violinist, but can't link him to the song.   If I find more, I'll report back.  NOw off to study for the Fiddlerman Silent Night Project...

Mt. Fiddler Mark

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Perhaps the album is "Tis The Season: Celtic Christmas", artist Jeff Victor (though I don't think he is the violinist), recorded in 2007 and the label is Compass?

I can't find any mp3 of this album or the songs on it.  I also don't have an album cover, so finding it online is proving a bit tricky.

This one may be a possibility:  ASIN: B004L967OO

http://www.amazon.com/Tis-Seas.....71-3396750

As might this one:  ASIN: B004DYSX4Y

http://www.amazon.com/Celtic-C.....71-3396750

Other artists that may be on the album are Tim Frantzich and Dick Freymuth.

I also tried searching Freegal (free mp3s thru your local library) and couldn't find it there.

 

 

 

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