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세상다담 2008. 12. 30. 09:31

 

  Celtic Woman

 

 

   Celtic Woman is a musical ensemble comprising six Irish female artists: vocalists Chloë Agnew, Órla Fallon, Lynn Hilary, Lisa Kelly, Alex Sharpe and fiddler Máiréad Nesbitt. The group's repertoire ranges from traditional Celtic tunes to modern songs. To date, the group has released three albums, Celtic Woman, Celtic Woman: A Christmas Celebration and Celtic Woman: A New Journey, and have undertaken a number of world tours. The foundation for Celtic music's popularity outside of Ireland and Europe was previously set by artists Enya and Clannad, along with stage shows Riverdance and Lord of the Dance. To this end, Celtic Woman has been referred to as "Riverdance for the voice." 

 

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May It Be

                                                                                                    - Celtic Woman

 

 

May it be an evening star

Shines down upon you

May it be when darkness falls

Yourt heart will be true

You walk a lonely road

Oh how far you are from home

 

Morrinie utulie ( darkness has come )

Believe and you will find your way

Morrinie utulie ( darkness has come )

A promise lives within you now

 

May it be the shadow's call

Will fly away

May it be you journey on

To light the day

When the night is overcome

You may rise to find the sun

 

Morrinie utulie ( darkness has come )

Believe and you will find your way

Morrinie utulie ( darkness has come )

A promise lives within you now

 

            A promise lives within you now

 

 

 

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Celtic Woman, March 1, 2005

 

   1. Last Rose of Summer (Intro) / Walking in the Air   2. May it be   3. Isle of Inisfree   4. Danny Boy   5. one World   6. Ave Maria   7. Send Me a Song   8. Siúil A Rún   9. Orinoco Flow   10. Someday   11. She Moved Thru the Fair   12. Nella Fantasia   13. The Butterfly   14. Harry's Game   15. The Soft Goodbye   16. You Raise Me up   17. The Ashoken Farewell / The Contradiction   18. Sí Do Mhaimeo í (The Wealthy Widow)