(February 2002) 16 tracks: Massed Gaelic Choirs - Athchuinge * Maggie MacDonald with Massed Gaelic Choirs - Psalm 92 * Cliar with Female Voices (solo Arthur Cormack) - Psalms 117/150 * Massed Gaelic Choirs - Psalm 42:1-3, 6-10 * Cliar (solo Mary Ann Kennedy) - Psalms 19:1-6, 14 and 8:3-9 * Cliar and Massed Gaelic Choirs - Psalm 24 * Cliar and Massed Gaelic Choirs - Psalm 108 * Kenna Campbell - Psalm 23 (The Lord's my Shepherd) * Donnie Murdo MacLeod with Massed Gaelic Choirs and Audience - Psalm 139: 5,6 * Cliar (solo Arthur Cormack) - Solus m' Aigh * Cliar - Triall Chaluim Chille, Gu Moladh Airde na Speur Thu Cruit gun Chèis, Ceall gun Aba Earal Eodhnain * Massed Gaelic Choirs - Cearcall a' Chuain * Glasgow Islay Junior Gaelic Choir, Coisir Bunsgoil Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu and Ingrid Henderson - Psalm 139:1-9, 26 * Cliar (solo Mary Ann Kennedy) with Glasgow Islay Junior Gaelic Choir (Coisir Bunsgoil Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu) and Ingrid Henderson * Donnie Murdo MacLeod, Mary Ann Kennedy, and Bruce MacGregor - Cia Domhain Gràdh an Athar Dhuinn * Massed Gaelic Choirs and Lyle Kennedy - Psalm 65:1.Precentor-led with congregational response, massed Gaelic choir, Cliar, solo voice and guitar. New pieces of music and song based on Gaelic psalms, recorded live at Glasgow Cathedral and the Queen's Hall in Edinburgh in March 2001. Lasair Dhe is a unique collection of spiritual music featuring performers Cliar (Arthur Cormack, Ingrid Henderson, Mary Ann Kennedy, Maggie Macdonald, Bruce MacGregor and Chaz Stewart), Donnie Murdo MacLeod and Kenna Campbell, as well as over 200 singers from Gaelic choirs throughout Scotland.Musical and lyric settings are by J MacDonald, Kenna Campbell, Eilidh MacKenzie, Stuart MacRae, Mary Ann Kennedy, Alasdair Codona, Blair Douglas, John MacInnes, Calum and Rory MacDonald, Ingrid Henderson, Stuart Townend, Donald Meek and Joseph Mainzer.Since its commission by the Highland Festival in 1999, where it won a Saltire Award, Lasair Dhe has taken root in the musical tradition of the Highlands and beyond. The psalms have been heard in churches, but also on stage, radio and television. These live recordings create a permanent record of a project which has had a major impact on the Gaelic world.