The Enchanted Forest - Melodies of Japan James Galway, Hiro Fujikake, Greg White, Darcy Wright & Michael Askill Classical Music 2014 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: The Enchanted Forest - Melodies of Japan

Artist: James Galway, Hiro Fujikake, Greg White, Darcy Wright & Michael Askill

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • Copyright: ℗ 1990 Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For The Enchanted Forest - Melodies of Japan By Artist James Galway, Hiro Fujikake, Greg White, Darcy Wright & Michael Askill

Title Artist Time
The Enchanted Forest James Galway & Hiro Fujikake 4:56 USD 1.29
Lyrical Short Piece James Galway 2:44 USD 1.29
Nakasendo (The Old Road) James Galway 3:44 USD 1.29
Zui Zui Zukkorobashi (Children James Galway 2:11 USD 1.29
Star Children James Galway 4:13 USD 1.29
Song of the Deep Forest (Impro James Galway & Hiro Fujikake 4:09 USD 1.29
Tokuyama Lullaby James Galway 2:05 USD 1.29
Hietsuki Bushi (Love Song) James Galway 3:40 USD 1.29
Usuhiki Uta (Song of the Mill) James Galway 2:15 USD 1.29
Love Song James Galway 3:31 USD 1.29
Echoes James Galway 6:06 USD 1.29
Song of Clay James Galway 3:46 USD 1.29
Harukoma (Spring Horse-Dance) James Galway 2:29 USD 1.29
Sakura (Cherry Blossom) James Galway 4:08 USD 1.29
Romantic World James Galway 4:03 USD 1.29

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