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Róisín's debut album, 'Love so Kindly' which reached No. 3 in the Irish Classical charts features Irish love songs including My Lagan Love, She Moved thru' the Fair, Danny Boy, Mná na hÉireann, Down by the Sally Gardens and "The Edge of the Moon". 'Love So Kindly', showcases perfectly the breadth of Róisín's vocal talents and her unique interpretation of the Celtic melody.

First Release: July 2003, London. Re-released: June 2011, Dublin

'Celtic Dreams' is a double album packed with both popular and traditional Celtic music including classic tracks such as 'Harry's Game', 'Orinocco Flow', 'Now We Are Free', 'You Raise Me Up', 'Danny Boy' and many more. An album to suit any mood whether you want to tap your toes to some Irish pipes or relax to the soothing voices of some of Irelands most successful singers. 

Released: Mar 2007,UCJ London

Songbird is a beautiful double-CD compilation of sublime songs from some of the world's finest female singers, including Eva Cassidy, Joan Baez, Sarah Mclaughlan. Róisín's "The Edge of the Moon", taken from her own album "Love So Kindly" sits comfortable with some of the worlds finest female singers.


Released: June 2004,UCJ London

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Following the success of the original Songbird compliation, Universal Records have produced a second Double CD featuring more tracks by the World's finest female singers. "Down by the Sally Gardens", taken from Róisín's debut album features alongside Mary Chapin Carpenter, Moya Brennan, Diana Krall and many more. 

Released: Feb 2005,UCJ, London

Liam Lawton's double platinum selling album features guest artists including Brian Kennedy, The Celtic Tenors, Fionnuala Sherry, Eimear Quinn and Moya Brennan. Róisín features on two tracks - Journey's End and the powerfully uplifting Ave Maria which became the single of this album.

Released: Oct 2004, EMI Ireland

Roisin keeps good company on this compilation album featuring Hayley Westenra, Pavarotti, Sarah Brightman, Aled Jones, Róisín, Lesley Garrett, Julian Lloyd Webber, Andrea Bocelli, Bryn Terfel, Renee Fleming, Elton John, Paul McCartney. 


Released: Nov 2003, UCJ, London

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A collection of classics performed by various artists including the Flower Duet, Summertime, Fantasia On Greensleeves, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Banks Of Green Willow and The Last Rose of Summer which is performed beautifully by Róisín.

Released: Jun 2002,UCJ, London

The world's top classical artists perform a host of popular Christmas hymns on A Classic Christmas. Features Hayley Westenra, Andrea Bocelli, Roisin O'Reilly, The Choirboys, Katherine Jenkins, Aled Jones, Bryn Terfel and the King's College Choir to name but a few. 

Released Nov 2005, UCJ, London

Roisin guests on Ronan Hardiman's "Anthem." Hardiman, the acclaimed composer for the Irish dance and music sensation, Lord of the Dance, combines Róisín's glorious vocals backed by orchestra and choir on "Salve." 


Released: Sept 2000

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"Time" is the follow-up to the double platinum selling "Another World" album, A contemporary album exploring the passage of time it was recorded with the Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra with Roisin as special guest. 



Released: 2005, EMI Ireland

Róisín sings with Anuna on "Cynara", which features the exquisite"Pie Jesu" and the title-track "Cynara", to the very ethnic Celtic sounds of "Fuígfidh Mise’n Baile Seo" and "Christus 2000". "Cynara" also features the rare and exotic sounds of Medieval Irish music with the dramatic "Igitur Servus" and gentle "Miserere" providing a window to the ancient past. 

Released: 1999

Róisín sings with Anuna on "Deep Dead Blue" which has been one of Anúna’s most critically acclaimed and successful albums to date. Released in the UK in late 1999, it went to number three in the Classical Charts there, and was nominated for a Classical Brit Award. 


Released: 1999

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