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The Three Irish Tenors

Irish
The Tenors Show Ltd

Released: 2001
Catalogue Number: 3IT001
Barcode: 5099386154426
Running Time: 49 mins.

CD£11.30 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched tomorrow.

You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


Of course we always knew that Ireland was famous for it's Tenors, so it's good to see them getting this new 'lease of life' through the current demand for good songs well sung.
Some intersting song choices on this one.

1) The Spanish Lady
2) Carrickfergus
3) The Contender
4) The Hills of Donegal
5) Ireland's Call
6) Lift the Wings
7) Fill, fill a Run O
8) The Star of the County Down
9) Gortnamona
10) Song For Ireland
11) Danny Boy
12) She Moved Through the Fair
13) Macushla
14) The Rare Old Times
Of course we always knew that Ireland was famous for it's Tenors, so it's good to see them getting this new 'lease of life' through the current demand for good songs well sung.
Some intersting song choices on this one.

Lineup

The Three Tenors:
Ciaran Nagle
Anthony Norton
Tom Cregan
with
David Wray - Musical Director
Mark Armstrong - Piano
Alan Smale - Leader - Strings
Ellen Cranitch - Flute & Whistles
David Agnew - Oboe & Cor Anglais
Lesley Bishop & Ian Dakin - Horns
Aoife Durnin - Fiddle
Andreja Malir - Harp
Drazen Djerek - Guitar
Lloyd Byrne - Percussion

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