|1||Carolina Rua/Reel: The Ladies Pantalettes|
|2||Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies|
|3||Pretty Little Girl|
|4||Down in the Willow Garden|
|6||Lark in the Clear Air/Olam Punch, The|
|7||My Lagan Love|
|8||When the Ship Comes In|
|9||School Days Over|
|10||Frost Is All Over, The|
|11||Peggy Gordon - (featuring The Secret Sisters)|
|12||Hard Times Come Again No More - (featuring Paolo Nutini)|
|13||Chieftains Reunion, The|
|14||Chieftains in Orbit, The - (featuring Cady Coleman)|
|1||Making of Voice of Ages, The|
|2||School Days Over [Video] - (featuring The Low Anthem)|
Featured Artists: Imelda May and Pistol Annies and Carolina Chocolate Drops and Bon Iver and The Civil Wars and Punch Brothers and Lisa Hannigan and The Decemberists and The Low Anthem and Secret Sisters and Paolo Nutini and Cady ColemanGenre: International
- Genre: World Music
- Release Date: February 2012
- Label: Hear Music
- Format: CD
- Number of Discs: 2
- Audio Format: Stereo
- Producer: Paddy Moloney; T-Bone Burnett
- Engineer: Jason Lennart Anderson; Mike Piersante; Brian Masterson
Entertainment Weekly (p.79) - "The dreamy 'Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies' showcases Miranda Lambert and her Pistol Annies..." -- Grade: B
Magnet (p.53) - "The Chieftains are well known for their ability to tap into the most current sounds in today's global music market for fruitful collaborations, and they exhibit this well on VOICE OF AGES."
Billboard (p.32) - "[A] children's choir adds a lovely texture to the Low Anthem's rendition of Ewan MacColl's 'School Days Over.'"
Q (Magazine) (p.94) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[With] measured, respectful performances from an impressive array of more youthful guiests....As for the Chieftains themselves, they're wonderful in a supporting role."
Mojo (Publisher) (p.82) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Bon Iver's 'Down In The Willow Garden' is gorgeous, The Decembrists' 'When The Ship Comes In' is persuasively animated..."
Uncut (magazine) (p.69) - "Bon Iver sighs spectrally through the murderous 'Down In The Willow Garden'....Pistol Annies and The Low Anthem shine..."