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Enya was born in [[wikipedia:Gweedore|Gaoth Dobhair]] in Ireland, the sixth of nine children. She came from a musical background, and joined the band of some of her siblings and two of her uncles, [[wikipedia:Clannad|Clannad]], to play keyboards. After a few years, she left together with their manager Nicky Ryan, and pursued a solo-career. Enya, who was, like [[J.R.R. Tolkien]], a devout catholic, included an instrumental song ''[[Lothlórien (Enya song)|Lothlórien]]'' on her third album, ''Shepherd Moons''. Her music style became an iconic Celtic and Irirsh inspiration for several films and artists; the music of ''[[wikipedia:Titanic (1997 film)|Titanic]]'' was heavily inspired by her music.  
 
Enya was born in [[wikipedia:Gweedore|Gaoth Dobhair]] in Ireland, the sixth of nine children. She came from a musical background, and joined the band of some of her siblings and two of her uncles, [[wikipedia:Clannad|Clannad]], to play keyboards. After a few years, she left together with their manager Nicky Ryan, and pursued a solo-career. Enya, who was, like [[J.R.R. Tolkien]], a devout catholic, included an instrumental song ''[[Lothlórien (Enya song)|Lothlórien]]'' on her third album, ''Shepherd Moons''. Her music style became an iconic Celtic and Irirsh inspiration for several films and artists; the music of ''[[wikipedia:Titanic (1997 film)|Titanic]]'' was heavily inspired by her music.  
  
She performed vocals on two tracks of ''[[The Fellowship of the Ring Soundtrack]]'', which she also composed together with Roma Ryan. ''[[Aníron]]'' was the love-theme for [[Aragorn]] and [[Arwen]], and the Academy Award-nominated ''[[May It Be]]'' was included in the closing credits. Following her introduction to [[Quenya]] and [[Sindarin]], Roma Ryan created her own language, [[wikipedia:Loxian|Loxian]].
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She performed vocals on two tracks of ''[[The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]]'', which she also composed together with Roma Ryan. ''[[Aníron]]'' was the love-theme for [[Aragorn]] and [[Arwen]], and the Academy Award-nominated ''[[May It Be]]'' was included in the closing credits. Following her introduction to [[Quenya]] and [[Sindarin]], Roma Ryan created her own language, [[wikipedia:Loxian|Loxian]].
  
 
==Discography, selected==
 
==Discography, selected==
 
* [[1991]]: ''[[wikipedia:Shepherd Moons|Shepherd Moons]]''
 
* [[1991]]: ''[[wikipedia:Shepherd Moons|Shepherd Moons]]''
 
** "[[Lothlórien (Enya song)|Lothlórien]]"
 
** "[[Lothlórien (Enya song)|Lothlórien]]"
* [[2001]]: ''[[The Fellowship of the Ring Soundtrack]]''
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* [[2001]]: ''[[The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]]''
 
** "[[Aníron]]"
 
** "[[Aníron]]"
 
** "[[May It Be]]"
 
** "[[May It Be]]"

Latest revision as of 17:25, 14 July 2012

Enya

Eithne Patricia Ní Bhraonáin (May 17, 1961), better known by her stage name Enya, is an Irish singer.

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Enya was born in Gaoth Dobhair in Ireland, the sixth of nine children. She came from a musical background, and joined the band of some of her siblings and two of her uncles, Clannad, to play keyboards. After a few years, she left together with their manager Nicky Ryan, and pursued a solo-career. Enya, who was, like J.R.R. Tolkien, a devout catholic, included an instrumental song Lothlórien on her third album, Shepherd Moons. Her music style became an iconic Celtic and Irirsh inspiration for several films and artists; the music of Titanic was heavily inspired by her music.

She performed vocals on two tracks of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, which she also composed together with Roma Ryan. Aníron was the love-theme for Aragorn and Arwen, and the Academy Award-nominated May It Be was included in the closing credits. Following her introduction to Quenya and Sindarin, Roma Ryan created her own language, Loxian.

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