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Excellent

10/10
Author: chadmichaelcollins from United States
9 April 2007

Celtic Woman is one of the best the Celtic Woman have put out so far. It takes place at the Slane Castle in Ireland with the beautiful scenery of the Slane Castle and Ireland. Not only the scenery but the beautiful voice of the Celtic Woman take your breath away. I can watch this concert over and over and never get tired of it. You have Chloe who is only 18 years of age and such a beautiful voice that carries you away. Then you have Máiréad Nesbitt who plays the violin. She has such talent with the violin and she is so full of positive energy. Then you have Órla Fallon, Lisa Kelly, and Méav Ní Mhaolchatha. They all have such beautiful voices that are truly the voices of Celtic Woman and most important the voice of Ireland. You have to get this DVD. You won't be disappointed at all.

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Irish music at its best!

10/10
Author: Duck Fan from United States
30 August 2013

This delightful concert was filmed in 2004 and was only going to be a one night show. Little did composer David Downes (the brilliant man behind this fantastic group of incredibly talented women) know that it would be an overnight sensation, and that Celtic Woman would be adored all over the world by people of all ages. This performance was a huge hit, and I can definitely see why - five beautiful and super talented women singing traditional songs (like "Danny Boy" and "Siuil A Run"), modern songs (like "May It Be" from The Lord of the Rings), and original songs (like "One World", "Send Me a Song", and "The Soft Goodbye"), as well as phenomenal instrumental songs by the insanely talented fiddler Mairead Nesbitt ("The Butterfly" and "The Ashoken Farewell/The Contradiction").

This is an absolutely stunning performance, and I highly recommend it for people from 3 to 93 who love great music.

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