Robin Bullock

Here’s some celtic guitar music by Robin Bullock that you can listen to on Spotify.

Robin Bullock is an award-winning Celtic/American string wizard. He is a prolific composer and multi-instrumentalist, whose virtuosity on guitar, cittern and mandolin blends the ancient melodies of the Celtic lands and their vigorous Appalachian descendants into one powerful musical vision. The 17th-century harp tunes of legendary Irish bard Turlough O’Carolan, the spirited jigs and reels of rural Ireland, the haunting ballads of the southern Appalachians and evocative original compositions all find a musical common ground in Robin’s music, where lightning-fast fingerwork one moment is perfectly balanced with tender, quiet intimacy the next.

Albums

“Rosewood Castle – Celtic Guitar Solos And Duets” by Robin Bullock (2007) – 13 songs, 47 min

 

“Midnight Howl” by Robin Bullock (2006) – 11 songs, 53 min

 

“Between Earth & Sky: The Pulse of Celtic Music” by Robin Bullock (2006) – 14 songs, 51 min

 

“The Enchanted Woods” by Robin Bullock (2005) – 12 songs, 47 min

 

“Travelers” by Robin Bullock (2004) – 12 songs, 44 min

 

“The Lightning Field” by Robin Bullock (2000) – 12 songs, 44 min

 

“Alone and Together” by Steve Baughman & Robin Bullock (2015) – 13 songs, 47 min

 

Videos

“Come By The Hills” by Robin Bullock on “Rosewood Castle – Celtic Guitar Solos And Duets” (2007) – 4 min 35 sec

 

“Rebecca’s Hymn” by Robin Bullock on “Rosewood Castle – Celtic Guitar Solos And Duets” (2007) – 3 min 43 sec

 

“Lady St John” by Robin Bullock on “Rosewood Castle – Celtic Guitar Solos And Duets” (2007) – 4 min 21 sec

 

“Carol Of The Bells” by Robin Bullock on “A Guitar For Christmas” (2004) – 4 min 48 sec

 

There is also a performance by Robin Bullock on the Millenium Stage at The Kennedy Center on 8/3/10 – 1 hr 8 min

http://www.kennedy-center.org/explorer/artists/?entity_id=9905

Links

These are links to his website, social media, and general information.

These are links to artist pages at popular music players and music stores.

Photo credit: Amazon album cover

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