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Album Review

Since "Celtic" music became immensely popular in the late '90s, especially in the wake of Titanic, it makes sense that the Boston Pops Orchestra would make a Celtic Album — after all, it had become the easy listening music of the mainstream. As expected, the Boston Pops builds on Celtic-flavored new age instead of concentrating on authentic Celtic music, but that's good, because that strain of Celtic music lends itself to these relaxed, easy interpretations. Ultimately, The Celtic Album is a far cry from genuine Celtic music, but it's a pleasant listen in its own right.

Biography

Born: November, 1959 in Poughkeepsie, NY

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart was born in Poughkeepsie, New York in November 1959 and began piano lessons at the age of seven, later studying music at Furman University and Carnegie-Mellon University. After concurrently serving as Carnegie-Mellon's Director of Orchestral Activities and as Conductor of the Pittsburgh Civic Orchestra, Lockhart was named Assistant Conductor of the Akron Symphony Orchestra and Conductor of the Akron Youth Symphony in 1988; a year later, he was tapped as one of...
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