Jeff Danna & Mychael Danna | A Celtic Romance

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A Celtic Romance

by Jeff Danna & Mychael Danna

The Danna Brothers acclaimed second album is a strong follow-up to the Billboard-charting "A Celtic Tale", and includes " The Blood Of Cu Chullainn ", which has gained international fame as the stirring theme from "The Boondock Saints" motion picture.
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1. Evensong
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2. Hills Of Ireland
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3. Love Of Heaven
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4. The Anchor Dream
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5. The Blood Of Cu Chulainn
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6. The Nightingale's Song
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7. Funeral
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8. Dia Dha Mo Chaim
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9. The Prayerstone
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10. Moon & Stars
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11. The Silent Sun
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12. Iona
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Album Notes
JEFF and MYCHAEL DANNA's A Celtic Romance is the imaginary soundtrack for the poignant 9th century Irish legend of Liadain and Curithir. It combines the moods of Celtic folk instrumentation with monastic choral chants and the majesty of symphonic orchestration. Once MYCHAEL and JEFF DANNA set their "Celtic legend" wheels in motion, there was no turning back. Their luminous 1996 Hearts O'Space debut, A Celtic Tale, set a lofty standard for popular Celtic music. Their new collaboration, A Celtic Romance, raises the bar even higher, merging the melancholy strains of traditional Celtic folk instrumentation with the choral magic of early music chants and the majesty of symphonic orchestration.


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