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The Priests

The Priests

Irish


Released: 4th December 2008
Catalogue Number: 88697339692
Barcode: 886973396926
Running Time: 47mins.

CD£8.58 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.

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


A big sounding album from three big voiced priests whose names are well hidden with in the notes in the booklet.
The nearest we can get is brothers, Fr.Eugene and Fr.Martin and Fr.David.
Think 'the Three Tenors with a twist' and a touch of Christmas too and you start to get the idea.
Well worth a listen.



1) Ave Maria
2) Mit Wurd Und Hoheit Angetan.
3) Panis Angelicus.
4) Irish Blessing.
5) Benedictus.
6) Plegaria (Los Tres Amores).
7) Pie Jesu.
8) Hacia Belen.
9) Abide With Me.
10) Ag Croist An Siol.
11) Domine Fili Unigente (From Gloria).
12) O Holy Night.
13) Ecce Sacerdos Magnus.
14) Be Still My Love.
A big sounding album from three big voiced priests whose names are well hidden with in the notes in the booklet.
The nearest we can get is brothers, Fr.Eugene and Fr.Martin and Fr.David.
Think 'the Three Tenors with a twist' and a touch of Christmas too and you start to get the idea.
Well worth a listen.

Lineup

The Priests - Vocals.
The Irish Film Orchestra. Conductor Sally Herbert.
The Choir of The Philharmonic Academy of Rome.
Singers of The Basiilica of St.Peters in the Vatican
and more.

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