Top James Galway Albums
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The Essential James Galway
The Essential James Galway
[2014]
Celebrating 70 - A Collection of Personal Favorites
Celebrating 70 - A Collection of Personal Favorites
[2009]
O'Reilly Street
O'Reilly Street
[2008]
Quiet On the Set: James Galway At the Movies
Quiet On the Set: James Galway At the Movies
[2004]
A Song of Home: An American Musical Journey
A Song of Home: An American Musical Journey
[2002]
Love Song
Love Song
[2001]
Un-Break My Heart
Un-Break My Heart
[1999]
James Galway & Phil Coulter: Winter's Crossing
James Galway & Phil Coulter: Winter's Crossing
[1998]
Winter's Crossing
Winter's Crossing
[1998]
Music for my Friends
Music for my Friends
[1997]
Legends
Legends
[1997]
James Galway and Christopher O' Riley - The French Recital
James Galway and Christopher O' Riley - The French Recital
[1996]
Franz Danzi Concertos, Op. 31 & Op. 41
Franz Danzi Concertos, Op. 31 & Op. 41
[1994]
Wind of Change
Wind of Change
[1994]
James Galway Plays Mozart: K. 299 & K. 376 & K. 296
James Galway Plays Mozart: K. 299 & K. 376 & K. 296
[1993]
The Enchanted Forest - Melodies of Japan
The Enchanted Forest - Melodies of Japan
[1991]
The Wind Beneath My Wings
The Wind Beneath My Wings
[1991]
Sixty Years Sixty Flute Masterpieces (Highlights)
Sixty Years Sixty Flute Masterpieces (Highlights)
[1990]
James Galway's Christmas Carol
James Galway's Christmas Carol
[1986]
James Galway Plays Stamitz
James Galway Plays Stamitz
[1982]
James Galway Plays Reinecke
James Galway Plays Reinecke
[1981]
Rodrigo: Concierto Pastoral & Fantasía para un gentilhombre
Rodrigo: Concierto Pastoral & Fantasía para un gentilhombre
[1979]
The Magic Flute of James Galway
The Magic Flute of James Galway
[1978]
Related Information for James GalwaySir James Galway OBE (born 8 December 1939) is a virtuoso flute player from Belfast, Northern Ireland, nicknamed “The Man With the Golden Flute”.Following in the footsteps of Jean-Pierre Rampal, he became one of the first flute players to establish an international career as a soloist.Galway went to London as a teenager to study the flute.He studied at the Royal College of Music under John Francis and then at the Guildhall School of Music under Geoffrey Gilbert. read more