Loreena McKennitt - Sampler CD
This promotional CD contains short excerpts from Loreena McKennitt's seven
recordings, from the period 1985 to 1997.
Links in the list below lead to the respective CDs.
- THE BOOK OF SECRETS (1997)
Prologue; The Mummers' Dance; Skellig; Marco Polo;
- THE MASK AND MIRROR (1994)
The Mystic's Dream; The Bonny Swans
THE VISIT (1991)
All Souls Night; The Lady Of Shalott
A WINTER GARDEN: FIVE SONGS FOR THE SEASON
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
- PARALLEL DREAMS (1989)
Huron 'Beltane' Fire Dance; ANnachie Gordon
TO DRIVE THE COLD WINTER AWAY (1987)
In Praise Of Christmas; Snow
She Moved Through The Fair; The Stolen Child
Sampler CD - Quinlan Road UK, 1999
This promotional CD is not for sale in shops -- see below.
JPEG version of cover (6 kb)
GIF version of cover (9 kb)
Message taken from the
Quinlan Road Ltd.
Web site in 1999:
Mind you: I am not sure whether Quinlan Road still has the sampler !!
free Loreena McKennitt samplers
THE BOOK OF SECRETS is Loreena McKennitt's most recent studio recording,
and, at almost three million copies sold, her most successful album to date.
If "The Book Of Secrets" was your introduction to her work, and you would
like to find out more about the five albums and one EP that precede it, you
can find a large number of wav and aiff samples on our Sound Files page.
Additionally, we now offer free Loreena McKennitt sampler cassettes and
sampler CDs. These samplers feature very short excerpts of songs from each
of Loreena's albums. The total programme, on both formats, is about 13
minutes in length.
If you would like a free Loreena McKennitt sampler CD, send your full name
and full postal address to
If you would prefer a free Loreena McKennitt sampler cassette, send your
full name and full postal address to
One free sampler per person, please, and note that this offer is good only
while supplies last. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for us to ship your sampler
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created: 29 August 1999
last modified: 11 January 2020