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The Best of Riverdance

Various Artists - Irish Popular

Irish
Tyrone Productions

Released: 2005
Catalogue Number: TYRDVD006
Running Time: 113mins



Playable in ALL PAL REGIONS so there is no excuse for anyone not to have a copy of this ground-breaking show that pushed traditional music and dance right to the forefront of musical productions.
Specials include the Special Olympics Opening Ceremony and Behind the Scene feature.

1) Reel Around the Sun
2) Heart's Cry
3) Countess Cathleen Caoineadh Chu
4) Chulainn
5) Thunderstorm
6) Shivna
7) Firedance
8) 'Slip Into Spring' Harvest
9) Riverdance
10) American Wake
11) Lift the Wings/ Heal The Hearts
12) Freedom
13) Trading Taps
14) The Russian Dervish
15) Ri Ra ( Oscail An Doras )
16) Slow Airs & Tunes
17) Home & The Heartland
18) Heartland
19) Finale
Playable in ALL PAL REGIONS so there is no excuse for anyone not to have a copy of this ground-breaking show that pushed traditional music and dance right to the forefront of musical productions.
Specials include the Special Olympics Opening Ceremony and Behind the Scene feature.

Lineup

Cast includes:
Michael Flatley; Jean Butler; Joannie Doyle; Davy Spillane; Maria Pages; Eileen Ivers; Colin Dunne, Breandan de Gallai; Pat Roddy;Katie McMahon; Aine Ui Cheallaigh; Morgan Crowley; Colette Kidney; Morgan James and the Riverdance Irish Dance Troup - Moscow Folk Ballet - Singers & Orchestra

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