From humble beginnings, albeit firmly infused with the talent to make a dream a reality, Enya's career has swept from ripples to tidal waves of acclaim. Just look at the facts: over 75 million sales; four Grammy Awards; six World Music Awards; an Ivor Novello, an Oscar nomination, a Golden Globe nomination, plus all eight of her studio albums have hit the upper echelons of charts all over the world. It is like nothing so much as a cathedral of sound, an all-enveloping choral tide that sweeps over the listener, taking us to faraway places. It is music so unique that only the name of its creator suffices to describe it: Enya. Her first ever commission was to write a score for Sir David Puttnam's film The Frog Prince. Enya continued her work on soundtracks with the BBC documentary The Celts. A selection of music from the six-part series was released separately as an album titled Enya in 1987 and then reissued and remastered in 1992 as The Celts. It's a chillingly beautiful collection that marks the emergence of a giant talent and the onset of a momentous career.