Once in a Red Moon, released in 2001, is the fifth album by Secret Garden. If we exclude "Dreamcatcher" which is a compilation of BEST OF, then it's the fourth studio album.
The first track, "Awakening", was inspired by the 1899 novel of the same name by Kate Chopin.
Guest performers on the second track, "You Raise Me Up", include: Brian Kennedy (vocal), Liam O'Flynn (uilleann pipes and tin whistle), the London Community Gospel Choir, and Irish choral group Anúna.
The vocalist on track 4, "Greenwaves", is Karen Matheson, lead singer of Scottish band Capercaillie.
Julian Lloyd Webber plays cello on track 6, "Duo".
Track 8, "Gates of Dawn", features vocals by Karen Matheson and choral backing by Anúna, who also perform on track 12 "Elegie".