The Laurel Tree is my debut album. It contains musical settings of poetry by such notable figures as Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William Blake, W. B. Yeats, Alfred Lored Tennyson, John Keats and Dylan Thomas. It was recorded at Downhome Recording Studios in Kitchener, Ontario, with the long-suffering assistance of David J. McLaren. You can either purchase individual songs here or the entire album. The album can be downloaded as a zip file in MP3 format, or you can purchase a CD as well. There is a $2.00 shipping charge included in the online purchase price of the CD. It should also be noted that the CD purchase is separate from the shopping cart. For now, the cart is available only for digital purchases. However, all purchases are handled through PayPal and are therefore secure.
You can also purchase this album at your favourite digital download site: iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Spotify etc. Enjoy!
1. Kubla Khan: music by Sara Hillis, lyrics by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
2. The Song of Wandering Aengus: music by Sara Hillis, lyrics by W. B. Yeats
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3. The Lake Isle of Innisfree: music by Sara Hillis, lyrics by W. B. Yeats
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4. The Lamb: music by Sara Hillis, lyrics by William Blake
5. La Belle Dame Sans Merci: music by Sara Hillis, lyrics by John Keats
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6. The Host of the Air: music by Sara Hillis, lyrics by W. B. Yeats
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7. The Splendour Falls: music by Sara Hillis, lyrics by Alfred Lord Tennyson
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8. Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night: music by Sara Hillis, lyrics by Dylan Thomas
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9. Crossing the Bar: music by Sara Hillis, lyrics by Alfrend Lord Tennyson
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The Laurel Tree Digital download
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The Laurel Tree on CD–Separate Purchase
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I am so delighted you posted reference to your site on Holy Disorder of Dancing Monks – am ordering the CD as the excerpts are lovely.