Celtic Thunder Poster For sale
Promo Flyer to advertise a Celtic Thunder Concert
| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)
| Price – $9.84
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Celtic Thunder Reviews
I recently had the privilege of attending a concert, put on by the Irish sextet Celtic Thunder, that managed to capture much of what was once wonderful about music. For three hours, these six men enraptured the crowd with songs of chivalry, poverty, romance, unrequited love, battle, and, of course, Ireland.
English composer Benjamin Britten once mused, “It is cruel, you know, that music should be so beautiful. It has the beauty of loneliness, of pain, of strength and freedom. The beauty of disappointment and never-satisfied love. The cruel beauty of nature and everlasting beauty of monotony.”
No matter how many storm clouds swirl around the production of Celtic Thunder, they keep rolling on. Founding father and legenday composer Phil Coulter has flown the coop, Damian McGinty went to Hollywood to get mileage out of his stint on Glee, and Paul Byrom has amassed his own following with last year’s excellent solo album This Is the Moment. Yet the wildly popular show has managed to hatch another chapter in Voyage, their 8th album. Old stagehands Keith Harkin, Ryan Kelly and George Donaldson are now joined by Neil Byrne, Emmet Cahill, and Daniel Furlong.
In March 2008, Celtic Thunder released their debut DVD entitled “The Show,” 100 minutes of music. An accompanying CD, “Celtic Thunder,” was released simultaneously but, due to the length of the original DVD, only included about half of the music from the original DVD. Six months later, Celtic Thunder released the Act II CD, which rounded that out, with a couple of “bonus songs” thrown in.
As is typical with Celtic Thunder, ensemble songs take the cake on Act II. Heartland- Extended Version is actually a repeat from the first “Celtic Thunder” CD, but includes the extended concert introduction. This includes a spoken introduction from Phil Coulter, which is is appropriately mysterious, and a beautifully sung haunting intro from Ryan Kelly.
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