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Songs from the Heart

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  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Dubbed: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Umgd
  • DVD Release Date: January 26, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (278 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0030Y127I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #903,440 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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87 of 94 people found the following review helpful By David A. Henderson on December 5, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Like some other Celtic Woman fans I noticed that Alex's rendition of 'You'll Be In My Heart' (apparently some other numbers also) are not listed on the DVD to be released in January and that's a crying shame because she really lights up the venue. It is one of the very best numbers on the PBS version. I would suggest that everyone who feels the entire concert should be included do what I did and send EMI an email voicing your concern over some music mogul cutting tracks from the DVD. They won't listen to one complaint but a few thousand (or million) might change their minds. This show is Celtic Woman's best to date and EMI shouldn't snip dingle it to death by giving Lynn and Alex the short end on solos.
David A. Henderson
Saint Louis, MO

EMI says the reason some tracks are deleted from the DVD is they don't have publishing clearances(Lawyers!...ya gotta love 'em.)Others were cleared for TV broadcast only. Great!! That really makes me feel better...Heh.

Jan 31 UPDATE: Having now received the DVD I must eat some crow which will, no doubt, delight Tim Bowen. It appears the DVD may have actually been processed by Elmer Fudd since the video quality is really poor for a digital product, especially as the camera pulls back, AND is not on a par with the Other 4 CW DVDs. I am in agreement with other reviewers on this point. It may be my tin ear but the audio was fine once I set it to the 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround option. The sound on all 5 CW DVDs will threaten to shake the paint off your walls if you don't back the volume off a bit before turning them on. Once I got the volume balanced between what was coming out of my TV's speakers (a big screen Samsung HDTV) and what was coming through my Sony Surround system the audio was fine. The performance is still a 5+ but the DVD itself is about a 1 because of the poor video quality.
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54 of 60 people found the following review helpful By James R. North on January 30, 2010
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I assume that everyone has seen the performance on PBS so I won't review the material itself. But, if you are buying this DVD to relive the experience, you'll be sorely disappointed. Overall, the quality of the recording is comparable to an old VHS tape. The audio is similar to vinyl. No Dolby, no 5.1, no nada. Just plain old two channel stereo with drop outs. The video is on a par with VHS (480i), certainly not nearly as good as the PBS presentation. If I did not know better, I'd think that this a knock-off from the back alleys of Hong Kong.

In addition, the extras (The making of...) are minimal and certainly do not add measureably to the experience.

Bottom line, record your PBS station and send the money to them.

p.s. This DVD was played on Samsung Blu-Ray with 1080p up-converting feeding a 54" 1080P Plasma. Sound was fed via optical cable to a Sony Master digital receiver driving a Klipsch theater speaker system.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By live the dream on December 1, 2009
Format: DVD
I saw this on PBS today and just when I thought the girls couldn't get any better, they did! The concert was shot in an excellent location and the girls' voices are in top form. I don't even know where to begin because this concert is amazing and probably one of the best they have ever done. The songs really show off their voices, good choices were made.

Some of the highlights are Lisa's gorgeous renditions of Fields of Gold and The Moon's A Harsh Mistress, Mairead's energetic performances of The Coast of Galiçia and Slumber My Darling/The Mason's Apron, the fun, upbeat cover of Nil Sé'n Lá, Chloe's version of When You Believe, the group performance of O, America! (I can't get through this song without shedding a tear), and Lynn's beautiful My Lagan Love. One of Alex's songs that I like, You'll Be In My Heart, was on the show, but is not on the song list here. It's a shame that's not on the DVD. I think there are a few other omissions from what I've been reading. The Call is a good opening number and You Raise Me Up was a great closer. I have nothing but good things to say about this show, I would recommend it to all fans of Celtic Woman and this could possibly gain some new fans for the girls. I would also recommend the CD to go along with it, there's a standard and deluxe version of that.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By E. Smith VINE VOICE on January 18, 2010
Format: DVD
I'm a big Celtic Woman fan, having seem them live numerous times and owning all of their CDs and DVDs. That said, I'm an honest reviewer, and if I see a problem with a product, I say it. I see a few issues with this DVD, so let's discuss the good and the bad.

Overall, this is a great show. Would I say it's their best to date? I'm not sure. Those of you who saw the Isle of Hope tour last year will recognize a number of songs, which I was very happy about since there will not be an Isle of Hope CD or DVD. It's great that we haven't lost those songs.

The location is superb. I was happy they chose to record outdoors in Ireland again, however challenging it may be. You can't beat the lush, green backdrop and Powerscourt is divine! The girls look fantastic as always, and I must say these are my favorite dresses to date.

Now, let's start with the bad news. Here are my issues: First, the song list. Overall, it's good, but it's not great. In my opinion, there are far too many slow numbers and not enough fast, upbeat songs. "Nil S'en La" is about as far as it goes on the upbeat numbers, along with Máiréad's solos, of course. I really missed having songs similar to "Sing Out!" from ANJ (just to give you an example). There were a LOT of slow numbers in this show (the majority are slow), and after a while I was needing something upbeat to keep my interest.

That kind of leads me into my second point, which is that they absolutely should have included "Carolina Rua" in the show. I think that was their biggest mistake here. It's a fast, cute, cheerful song, and it would have brought a little spice to the show when it was needed. There were just too many slow moments for me.
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Video quality
I don't think buying a copy of the DVD now is going to be any different than before. This concert was made in Hi Def and the broadcast of the show was very good quality. Unlike the other CW DVD's which had good standard def quality this particular title was just processed badly with video quality... Read More
Oct 26, 2013 by btcom |  See all 2 posts
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