“Songs of the Saints” like nothing ever heard before

The music on the CD (set for release on Feb. 6 2008) brings some famous saints to life. It focuses on their life story, their struggles, and their sacred beauty. The music blends ambient, classical, jazz, and some world music styles together to create a rich musical landscape. A special piece on the album is also an innovative, contemporary arrangement of “Amazing Grace”.

This artist and CD are truly gems in their field. Please contact the composer directly at odonohoe@gmail.com for more information. You can also hear samples at:

or learn more about the artist at

About the composer

Colin O’Donohoe who has released two albums with the ensemble name “Donohoe” has been performing professionally over the past 11 years. He began his career as a jazz musician in Phoenix Arizona and most recently became an award winning conductor for his work in Pittsburgh with an Asian orchestra (www.newmoonorchestra.org )

To read a concert review from that orchestra visit:


To learn more about Colin, the Donohoe albums, and the upcoming CD please visit his website at

or on myspace at


Email the Composer at: odonohoe@gmail.com

Previous Album: Shi Jing – Ancient Book of Songs

This CD was Colin’s first with the ensemble Donohoe. It was recorded soon after his time with New Moon Orchestra. It is a wonderful fusion of traditional Chinese music and text, with modern electronic instruments. A truly masterful blend….

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One thought on ““Songs of the Saints” like nothing ever heard before”

  1. I recently bought this cd over at cdbaby. It is AMAZING! My favorite pieces are the ones with the choir. I listen to it for inspiration and guidance. I really love it

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