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Album Review

After selling over three million copies of their first two albums, the Priests turned their focus to the winter holidays. NOËL finds the ministers harmonizing their way through a number of Christmas standards, with an emphasis on traditional carols., Rovi

Customer Reviews

The priests

This is a beautiful album. They have truly beautiful voices.

Callas

A great album of Christmas music and traditional carols with wonderful orchestral arrangements. A welcome addition to exclusive choral renditions. Impeccable diction, warm voices and a must for anyone's music library.

Dan Smith you're an idiot

Think you're funny to make such a crass comment about something like child abuse, and of course every catholic must be one in that case. What an idiot, and that's putting it politely.

Biography

Formed: Derry, Ireland

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Like Il Divo, the Priests make classical music that's intended to appeal to a broad, pop-minded audience. Unlike other classical crossover acts, though, the group's members are all Roman Catholic priests. Father Eugene O'Hagan, Father Martin O'Hagan, and Father David Delargy hail from Northern Ireland, where they began singing together as students at St MacNissi's College. They later trained for the priesthood at the Irish College in Rome, and it was during this time that they were invited to sing...
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