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DVD 1
'The Priests in Concert at Armagh Cathedral'

 
 
 
 
 
 

Note:
This DVD was recorded in Sep 2008 and released in March 2009.
It is available for ALL regions.




To launch their eponymous debut album in September 2008, The Priests conducted a concert in Armagh Cathedral, Ireland, with special guests Sir James Galway and Moya Brennan, showcasing their incredible vocal talent and singing a spellbinding collection of traditional and religious classics.

Filmed by acclaimed director Chris Cowey this special concert - The Priests in Concert at Armagh Cathedral - includes the full 60 minute concert, 52 minutes of additional songs from the concert, original EPK, original 60 sec TV spots and exclusive footage of The Priests recording "Pie Jesu" and "Ave Maria" in St Peter's Basilica in the Vatican.

 
 

Track Listings and Samples




Domine Fili Unigenite
Panis Angelicus
Ave Maria
Dúlamán (Moya Brennan with The Priests)  
Perfect Time (Moya Brennan)  

Ching-A-Ring Chaw
Be Still My Soul
Pie Jesu
Jesu Joy Of Man's Desiring
Ag Crióst An Siól

Water Under The Keel (Liam O'Flynn)  
Funiculi Funicula
O Holy Night
She Moved Through the Fair
Londonderry Air (Danny Boy) (Sir James Galway)  

Phil The Fluter's Ball (Sir James Galway with The Priests)  
Benedictus
Abide With Me
Irish Blessing


Bonus Performances


Santa Lucia / Hacia Belen / Ecce Sacredos / Be Thou My Vision (Moya Brennan) / An Droicead (The Bridge) (Liam O'Flynn) / My Lagan Love (Sir James Galway with The Priests) / She Moved Through The Fair (Sir James and Lady Galway with The Priests)


Bonus Features

Original EPK / Track Selection / Original 60 sec TV spot / Recording of Pie Jesu with The Choir of St Peter's in the Vatican / Recording of Ave Maria with The Choir of St Peter's in the Vatican

 
 
 
 
 
 


"Our music is a wonderful tool
to bring the good news of the Gospel to listening ears.
It's a gentle way of spreading hope."
Fr Eugene

 
 
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