Monday, February 27, 2012

Celtic Woman

Did you know Canada.. over the past couple weeks I've been listening to the Celtic Woman CD in the car, and watched their DVD BELIEVE at home MANY times. I can't even BEGIN to tell you how much I love these women.



They aren't just singing, and like angels I might add, they are telling a story. Depending on your background I'm sure you've heard some stories from your Grandparents or Great-Grandparents that would relate perfectly to some of their songs. They are truly magical.






I've heard of friends using their music at weddings, celebrations and more. Their music speaks to everyone and something for the whole family to enjoy. Even my young boys enjoyed watching the DVD.  The ladies are not just singing - there's truly a show to watch with dancers, children, movement and amazing music, so well done.

I highly recommend picking up one of their products both for yourself and get one for a friend, your sister, your Mom, Aunt or Gramma. They will really appreciate it and it would make a memorable gift. I think their music would be enjoyed by all Canadians, from the west coast and especially to the east.  Though Irish, I think many of these song speak well to Eastern Canada as well.

Named Celtic Woman in order to represent the essence of a Celtic female performer, the group is comprised of vivacious, sublimely gifted young Irish women. The lineup of performers has rotated since the group began, but the signature sound of Celtic Woman has never changed.

They've just started on a new North American tour - BELIEVE. Unfortunately there is no Canadian dates, but we have a treat for our readers, you can bring the Celtic Woman home with you! We're giving away one signed copy of the CD and one signed copy of the DVD - that's two lucky winners! Enter below for your chance to enjoy this beautiful music at home.

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19 comments:

  1. Eva U

    Irish Canadian - their songs are spectacular complimented with tap dancing and violin instrumentals. I particularly love Ave Maria and The Parting Glass.

    emu839(at)gmail(dot)com
    emurban

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  2. My city is famous for several Celtic lady singers. Since there is no "Canadian" Believe tour - I would very much appreciate a chance to hear them.

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  3. Celtic music is a large part of mt heritage. It is natural for me to love all their songs. Thank you.

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  4. I am of Irish heritage. Both my fathers parents came from Ireland and I would love hear all their songs.

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  5. I'd love to hear the following songs the most: Awakening, Sailing, Bridge Over Troubled Water, I Dreamed A Dream,
    A Woman's Heart, The Water is Wide and Smile.

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  6. I would love to win this. They sing beautifully.

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  7. Awakening and the Foxhunter are two songs I really like.
    gibberish (Julie G.)

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  8. 6. Bridge Over Troubled Water
    9. My Heart Was Home Again

    Would love to win this!

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  9. I think You'll Never Walk Alone, Bridge Over Troubled Water would be my top 2

    calvert0 at telus dot net

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  10. Bridge Over Troubled Water! Love this.

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  11. March 1--Some of the songs I would like to hear are:Ave Maria, Smile, You'll never walk alone and Black is the Colour.-el03ro

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  12. They sound great. Would love to hear their music!
    bula79 at hotmail dot com

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  13. oops...I forgot to say the names of the songs. I'd love to hear sailing and Bridge over troubled water

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  14. Black is the Colour and Ave Maria.

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  15. follow on and smile

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  16. I am of Irish heritage and would love to hear any of the songs. THey all sound beautiful.

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