This is Celtic Legend's follow up album to the 2005 recording of Tristan and Isolde and continues the theme of dark age Cornish legends in their own Classical, Celtic music style. Principle vocalist Emily Ovenden accompanied by composer Chris Payne form the backbone of this recording, which also features members from Emily's other group The Mediaeval Baebes. Celtic Legend produce beautiful videos to accompany their music, and these are heavily featured on the Classic FM TV channel where they continue to receive great support. LYONESSE is an ancient tale about a Kingdom off the Cornish mainland and near the Isles of Scilly which disappeared beneath the waves after a cataclysmic event. Only one man called Trevelyan survived to tell of this story and he allegedly escaped the waves on a white horse. Legend has it that when you hear the bells of the drowned Kingdom from the deep, Lyonesse will rise once more. Tracks: Prelude / Lyonesse / Sonnet / Sweet Rosemary / Song Of Tomorrow / Battle Of Camlann / As So The river / The Boatman / The White Horse / Where The Sea Flows / Soldier Boy / These Ancient Stones / Seven Years / Hymn To Lyonesse / The Boatman (instrumental).