Listen to Enya

You’ve a number of reasons to listen to enya! Listen to enya – if you want to relish some of the really fine Celtic music; if you want to enjoy some of the best musical compositions in Irish, Latin, English Welsh, Spanish, and French; and if you want to savor some of the fine fantastic musical stuff in Japanese, in Loxian (language invented by Roma Ryan), and in languages created by J. R. R. Tolkien.

Certainly, Enya offers you really an extensive range of Celtic/New Age music, which include Enya (1987), Watermark (1988), Shepherd Moons (1991), The Celts (1992), The Memory of Trees (1995), Paint the Sky with Stars (1997), A Day Without Rain (2000), Amarantine (2005), and Sounds of the Season (2007).

However, Enya personally doesn’t classify her music belonging to the “New Age Genre” rather she says that her music belongs to her own "Enya" genre. Today, volumes of Celtic music fans are crazy about “Enya Music Genre”. The Celtic people all over the world listen to enya to enjoy her tranquilizing melodies.

Enya offers you one of the most celebrated melodies worldwide. Whenever you listen to enya Only Time, you listen to the song that became damn popular in 2000 and again in 2001 when the song was excessively used in media after it got featured in a Macromedia Flash presentation with a collection of news photos from the attacks and their victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Whenever you listen to – enya May It Be, you listen to the song that earned the Academy Award nomination for the 2002 in the Best Song category; the song that appeared in the 2001 movie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.

Listen to enya – if you want to relish Grammy Award winning music. Enya is a four-time Grammy Award-winning Irish singer; she won Grammy Awards – Best New Age Album for Shepherd Moons (1993), The Memory of Trees (1997), A Day Without Rain (2002), and Amarantine (2007).