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Celtic Woman: A New Journey - Live At Slane Castle


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  • Format: Dolby
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: EMD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (591 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000LC4CVA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #157,304 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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DVD TRACKLIST:
1. The Sky & the Dawn & the Sun
2. The Prayer
3. Calendonia
4. Newgrange
5. Orinoco Flow
6. Dulaman
7. The Blessing (not in TV broadcast)
8. Scarborough Fair
9. Granuaile's Dance
10. Over the Rainbow
11. Beyond the Sea
12. At the Ceili
13. Laschia Ch'io Pianga
14. Carrickfergus
15. Sing Out
16. The Last Rose of Summer
17. Spanish Lady
18. Panis Angelicus (not in TV broadcast)
19. Shenandoah-Reels
20. The Voice
21. Danny Boy
22. Somewhere
23. Mo Ghile Mear
24. You Raise Me Up (not in TV broadcast)
25. Ceili Playout (not in TV broadcast)

Running Time: 1 hour 20 minutes live show + additional 20 minutes "Making of" bonus feature

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Celtic Woman, the PBS sensation, returns for 2007 in A New Journey: Live at Slane Castle, Ireland. Most of the elements return as well: vocalists Chloe, Meav, Lisa, and Orla; fiery fiddler Mairead; music director David Downes; chorus and orchestra; and the New Age-y Celtic and traditional music. New for this show is New Zealand vocalist Hayley Westenra, a picturesque outdoor location, and an almost entirely new song list. Chloe sings "The Prayer" (made famous by Josh Groban) and "Panis Angelicus"; Lisa covers "Caledonia," "The Blessing," and "The Voice"; Orla sings "Newgrange" and accompanies herself on harp for "Carrickfergus"; Meav sings "Dulaman"; Mairead plays "Granuaile's Dance" and "Shenandoah: The Pacific Slope"; and Hayley sings "Scarborough Fair" by herself and duets with Mairead (Handel's "Lascia Ch'io Pianga") and Meav ("The Last Rose of Summer"). Then of course the group performs together ("The Sky and the Dawn and the Sun," "Over the Rainbow," "Beyond the Sea," "At the Ceili," "Sing Out!", "Spanish Lady," "Mo Ghile Mear"). Encore performances from the original show are Enya's "Orinoco Flow," "Danny Boy," "Somewhere," and "You Raise Me Up." Hayley proves to be an excellent fit among the beautiful voices, and Lisa seems to emerge as the talent most deserving of attention, but overall the show lacks some of the fresh sparkle of the original. The song list isn't quite as strong, and some of the "primp and pose" choreography is just silly. But Celtic Woman is never less than charming, and at its best can be quite stirring. --David Horiuchi

Customer Reviews

Such beautiful music and performances.
A.J.
I can't think of anything that has been this enjoyable to watch and listen to in a long time.
Bartholomew
If you can't see them in concert see this DVD.
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70 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Cherise Everhard VINE VOICE on February 1, 2007
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Slane Castle is the perfect backdrop for the second Celtic Woman concert on DVD. The castle is all lit up and the Celtic WomEn are in top form. This was the first appearance of Hayley Westenra as the newest member of CW. I have to admit when I heard she was joining the group, my first thought was "if it's not broke, why fix it?" I will tell you now, happily, I was wrong. I really enjoyed listening to her sing and thought she made a nice addition to this group of extraordinarily gifted women.

The music is as wonderful as I had expected and I watched the DVD twice today. I had the opportunity to see Celtic Woman in concert this summer. There were several songs that they performed that night that I had never heard them sing. I remember thinking, I hope they are going to record these. They did.

The one song I really wanted them to record was "At the Ceili" a fun little song about women going to a Ceili (party) and seeking out men. It is upbeat and impossible not to want to clap along or tap your foot. Meav, Lisa and Orla sing that song and they really look like they are having a good time doing it.

Another favorite was the "Pacific Slope." Mairead is playing her fiddle, with the accompaniment of two dueling bodhran players. I love when they do that. The audience is clapping along, while Mairead is dancing around barefooted. She is quite the performer.

I really expected to hate the song sing out, because other reviewers talked about how cheesy it was. I didn't hate it. It's a little chipper, but it didn't make me want to hit the skip button or anything.

This is a wonderful DVD and Slane Castle is a beautiful backdrop. I only gave it 4 stars because of the repeat of songs from the previous DVD and CD.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Norma Brock on December 11, 2006
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The music, the setting, the MAGIC! I was lucky enough to be at Slane Castle for the filming of this DVD. It was truly a magical experience. As usual, all the girls were phenomenal! The castle in the cool damp air, the lighting, the fire & smoke, the beautiful gowns, the angel voices - it was a fairy tale come true! The DVD captures that magic and takes me back to Ireland. Thank you Lisa, Orla, Chloe, Mairead, Meav & Hayley for bringing such beauty to this world! David Downes is truly the musical genius of our time!
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Albert L. Molthan Jr. on December 29, 2006
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I am a lover of all types of music. When flipping through the channels of the TV one night I came upon the PBS airing of Celtic Woman. I was immediately captured by the celtic music and the beautiful voices of all of the women in the production. I think that the Celtic Woman show has been one of the best kept secrets in the music world. I immediately ordered four of their CD's and DVD's. The addition of Haley to the program has really improved the show in my opinion. By the time the show was over, I was in love with all of the women in the production. If you like angelic voices, unbelievable harmony, and a wonderful variety of traditional and classical songs, you will absolutely love their DVD.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Professor E. Knight on February 4, 2007
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Celtic Woman: A New Journey by [...] ~ Miami, Florida

They are young, they are beautiful, full of life and full of talent: The Celtic Woman just released a second album: "A New Journey"

In their first concert, they were only five girls: four vocalists and a violinist, a wonderful creature fallen from Heaven for our utmost happiness. If Paradise exists, I picture it full of angels like Máiréad Nesbitt (not necessarily 77 for each warrior...) playing harp or violin! This is a small blonde with wonderful long hair (I would swim across the Atlantic just to see that hair!) who reminds me of all the poets I have read evoking the nymphs of the woods: She hops, she jumps, she smiles, she turns like a spinning top, while mastering her fiddle like Paganini. She alone would justify the purchase of this DVD.

But there is more. A fifth vocalist (Hayley Westenra) has joined the original four (Chloë Agnew, Órla Fallon, Lisa Kelly and Méav Ní Mhaolchatha). All of them are lovely, have great voices, and sing in great harmony.

The concert opens with a presentation of the six girls plus David Downes, the Musical Director. This is followed by a beautiful view of Slane Castle in Ireland, where the concert is staged, under a violin melody played by angel Máiréad. All five vocalists soon join her in a beautiful song with a rich orchestration.

Unlike André Rieu's concerts, where numbers are often separated by André's jokes or explanations, there is no wasted time here. The public is still applauding that the next number is already rolling. The whole concert is thus only 1h30; a plus for businessmen in a hurry... All others will be able to run it twice after dinner, as I did myself last night.
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3 of 0 people found the following review helpful By Danny Ruckle on April 24, 2007
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I am 53 years old and have never heard anything as beautiful as these women singing together. The music and voices were unbelieveable. I cannot get enough of it. Thanks for great listening
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Destiny Jacobson on December 9, 2006
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Celtic Woman. Need I say more? I just caught the new concert, and WOW. What more can I say. I loved their first CD and their new music is just as good, if not better. What wonderfully talented young women. Their voices are amazing, single or together, their voices shine. Mairead can play the violin with such grace and ease. If you are a fan of Celtic Woman but have not heard their new music, pre-order the CD and DVD now. It is worth the wait to get.
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fiery fiddler Mairead;?
Her name is Mairead Nesbitt. She played in Michael Flatley's DVD of "Lord of the Dance" and "Feet of Flames". Then also in the first "Celtic Women" DVD.
That's all that I know as to where she is on DVD. She's got her own CD "Raining Up" Very beautifully done.
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