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Celtic Thunder [videorecording] : the show / Celtic Thunder
DVDs DVDs | Decca | p2008
Available at Adult DVD-Nonfiction (Call number: 781.62916 CEL)
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Imprint
New York : Decca, p2008.
Descript
1 videodisc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
System Det
DVD; DTS, Dolby Digital.
Performer
Sharon Browne, creator and producer; Phil Coulter, musical director and composer of original material; Damian McGinty, vocals; George Donaldson, vocals; Keith Harkin, vocals; Paul Byrom, vocals; Ryan Kelly, vocals.
Note
Recorded at Amberville Studios, County Antrim and Windmill Lane Studios Dublin.
Summary
For Celtic Thunder, Sharon Browne has teamed up with Grammy-nominated Irish songwriting and composing veteran Phil Coulter to produce a show that includes an eclectic mix of songs ranging from the traditional "Mountains of Mourne" and "Come By the Hills" to international hits such as "Brothers in Arms" and "Desperado," as well as original compositions by Coulter, who has written hits for Elvis Presley ("My Boy") and the Bay City Rollers, and performed with Van Morrison, Tom Jones, and the Rolling Stones. The ensemble numbers in Celtic Thunder reflect the power of the vocalists, who range in age from 14 to 40, and feature songs that celebrate a common Celtic heritage.
Contents
Heartland -- Mountains of mourne -- Raggle taggle gypsy -- Ride on -- Come by the hills (Buachaill ón Eirne) -- Old man -- Love thee dearest -- Heartbreaker -- Nights in white satin -- Bird without wings -- Voyage -- Island -- Brother is arms -- Mull of Kintyre -- Puppy love -- Lauren & I -- Steal away -- Remember me (Recuerdame) -- My boy -- Desperado -- Ireland's call -- That's a woman -- She -- Young love -- I want to know what love is -- Cal/Local hero -- Caledonia -- Yesterday's men.
Local Note
MW, 10-08
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Show
ISBN/ISSN
602517665637
Music #
CMDVD001 Decca
CMDVD002 Decca
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