Eimear Quinn


  1. 1.
    The Voice
  2. 2.
    The Watchman
  3. 3.
    Codail A Linbh
  4. 4.
    In Paradisum
  5. 5.
    O Holy Night
After winning the Eurovision Song contest in 1996 with 'THE VOICE' (by Brendan Graham) Irish-born Quinn, left choral group ANUNA (with whom she recorded OMNIS and DEEP DEAD BLUE) to launch her first solo disc, WINTER FIRE AND SNOW -EP.
Much of the following period was spent preparing what would become her debut album, 2001's THROUGH THE LENS OF A TEAR Produced and co-composed by former Clannad man Pól Brennan, the album brought her to the attention of Sir George Martin, who signed Quinn to his publishing company and teamed her with pianist Sarah Class.
Her collaboration with piper Carlos Núñez brought her a Spanish hit single, YANN DERRIEN in 2003.
The following year saw her featured on Liam Lawton's massively successful Another World album and accompanying VOICE OF AN ANGEL single.
Many of her collaborations are included on the 2006 GATHERINGS - LP
December 2007 saw the release of O HOLY NIGHT - LP a collection of carols, ancient chants and new seasonal compositions from Eimear, who also produced and arranged the album. The collection was inspired by the overwhelming reaction to her performance of that song live on a prime-time Irish radio show the previous December.
Quinn broke from recording to concentrate on Live performance after having children, with her only release being a single THE MOTHER in 2016, a setting of the poem by Patrick Pearse for 1916 centenary of the Easter Rising.
She is due to release another studio album in 2020. ~ Dave Thompson, Rovi


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