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Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance

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Album Review

Ronan Hardiman's Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance is a strong recording of the glitzy, faux-Celtic stage extravaganza. While it won't make doubters belivers, anyone who has fallen in love with Flatley's storming stage show will find this a thoroughly entertaining affair.

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I love this album...this is my favorite album to dance to other than the song the Celtic Tiger, A New World, and Celtic Kittens from Michael Flatley's new favorites are Breakout, Cry of the Celts, Siamsa, Nightmare and Victory....from an irish dancer's point of view, i would definately recommend this album to anyone who likes great music....

Michael Flatley's lord of the dance

FINALLY!!!!!!! i've been waiting for this album to come out on itunes forever!!!!!! I'm an irish dancer and this album has great reels, treble reels, and treble jigs!!!!!!! but where's feet of flames?????

Beautiful. Simply beautiful.

I`ve watched this movie since I was very little, and it is a masterpiece. Celtic music is so beautifully haunting.


Genre: World

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Ronan Hardiman is one of Ireland's premier composers of traditional music, responsible for the score to Lord of the Dance as well as many Irish films and television series. Born in Dublin to a father highly placed in Irish broadcasting, Hardiman listened to rock & roll and pop as a child (while his siblings preferred traditional Irish music). He worked as a clerk at the Bank of Ireland for twelve years, and occasionally playing in pop bands during the 1980s. After quitting his job, though, he composed...
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