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Celtic Woman

A New Journey

Manhattan Records

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Celtic Woman - A New Journey - Dulaman
Celtic Woman - A New Journey - Mo Ghile Mear
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Interview with Tara McNeill of Celtic Woman on Fox 17
1 The Sky and the Dawn and the Sun  
2 The Prayer  
3 Newgrange  
4 Over The Rainbow  
5 Granuailes Dance  
6 The Blessing  
7 Dulaman  
8 Beyond The Sea  
9 The Last Rose of Summer  
10 Caledonia  
11 Laschia Chio Pianga  
12 Carrickfergus  
13 Vivaldi's Rain  
14 The Voice  
15 Scarborough Fair  
16 Mo Ghile Mear  
17 Sing Out!  
18 Shenandoah  
19 At The Ceili  
20 Spanish Lady  
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Celtic Woman will release their stunning new CD A New Journey and DVD A New Journey: Live at Slane Castle, Ireland on January 30, 2007 (Manhattan/EMI). The release quickly follows their PLATINUM certification this week for their self-titled debut album, 'Celtic Woman', also released by Manhattan/EMI in March of 2005.

These new recordings capture the great voices of Lisa, Maev, Orla, Chloe, and new member Hayley Westenra, and the inspired fiddle playing of Mairead, in a stirring program of traditional Irish songs (Dulaman) works by contemporary artists (Scarborough Fair), and new compositions by musical director David Downes (Mo Ghile Mor).

The CD will be released in a number of formats which will include bonus tracks and a beautiful Claddagh Irish charm. The music was produced, arranged and composed by David Downes.

The DVD A New Journey: Live at Slane Castle, Ireland was recorded this past August at Slane Castle in County Meath, Ireland, the home of Lord Henry Mount Charles- a gorgeous location that has also hosted concerts by U2 and Bruce Springsteen. The 80-minute, 25-track concert draws on material from both their self-titled debut CD and A New Journey. Also included is a 20-minute "making of" featurette that takes viewers behind the scenes of Celtic Woman's elaborate production.

David Hinckley of the NY Daily News wrote a glowing review of the Slane Castle concert when it aired on PBS earlier this December: "The voices of Celtic Woman blend together so smoothly you might think these women have been harmonizing since they were in their cribs. They sing like angels, almost ethereal on their classical material yet equally adept at creating good fun with folksier numbers." (12/2/06)

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