- Released: October 12, 1993
- Label: Sony Classics
- 1.Peer Gynt, incidental music, Op. 23: Morning - (from "Peer Gynt")
- 2.Violin Concerto, for violin, strings & continuo in E major ("La Primavera," The Four Seasons; "Il cimento" No. 1), Op.8/1, RV 269: Largo
- 3.Chaconeta tedesca
- 5.Down by the Salley Gardens, folk song
- 6.Over the Sea to Skye (a.k.a. "The Skye Boat Song")
- 7.Violin Concerto, for violin, strings & continuo in G minor ("L'estate," The Four Seasons; "Il cimento" No. 2), Op. 8/2, RV 315: Adagio
- 8.Song of the Seashore, for Japanese folk ensemble
- 9.The Last Rose of Summer, song
- 10.vie en rose, song, La
- 11.The Rowan Tree
- 12.Violin Concerto, for violin, strings & continuo in F major ("L'autunno," The Four Seasons; "Il cimento" No. 3), Op.8/3, RV 293: Adagio molto
- 13.Song of the Deep Forest
- 14.The Enchanted Forest
- 15.Misty Moon
- 16.Clair de lune, for orchestra or other arrangement (from "Suite Bergamasque" for piano), L. 75/3
- 17.The Dark Island, song
- 18.Violin Concerto, for violin, strings & continuo in F minor ("L'inverno," The Four Seasons; "Il cimento" No. 4), Op. 8/4, RV 297: Largo
- 19.M‚ditation, for violin & orchestra (or other arrangement) (from opera "Tha‹s") - (from "Thais")
Personnel includes: James Galway (flute); Emily Mitchell, Marisa Robles (harp); Hiro Fujikake (synthesizer); The Chieftains; I Solsti di Zagreb.
Includes liner notes by Leah Hyman.
Digitally remastered by Geoffrey Daking.
Personnel: James Galway (flute).
Another classical crossover hit from master flutist James Galway. Seasons is a compilation of relaxing, soothing music with a slant toward nature. From Irish folk tunes to Broadway hits to centuries-old Japanese melodies, this is a reflective collection to make you relax. The music includes slow movements from Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" and duets with Irish recording stars The Chieftains and harpist Emily Mitchell. ~ MusD