Top Celtic Woman Albums
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Celebration
Celebration
[2020]
The Magic of Christmas
The Magic of Christmas
[2019]
Ancient Land (Deluxe)
Ancient Land (Deluxe)
[2018]
Homecoming – Live from Ireland
Homecoming – Live from Ireland
[2017]
Voices of Angels
Voices of Angels
[2016]
Decade. The Songs, The Show, The Traditions, The Classics.
Decade. The Songs, The Show, The Traditions, The Classics.
[2016]
Christmas
Christmas
[2015]
Destiny
Destiny
[2015]
Solo
Solo
[2015]
Emerald: Musical Gems
Emerald: Musical Gems
[2014]
Home for Christmas
Home for Christmas
[2012]
Believe
Believe
[2012]
Lullaby
Lullaby
[2011]
Songs from the Heart
Songs from the Heart
[2010]
Holidays & Hits: Christmas Celebration / The Greatest Journey
Holidays & Hits: Christmas Celebration / The Greatest Journey
[2009]
The Greatest Journey - Essential Collection
The Greatest Journey - Essential Collection
[2008]
A New Journey
A New Journey
[2007]
A Christmas Celebration
A Christmas Celebration
[2006]
Celtic Woman: Bonus Tracks - EP
Celtic Woman: Bonus Tracks - EP
[2005]
Celtic Woman
Celtic Woman
[2005]
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The Butterfly Long Journey Home The Voice Brahms' Lullaby Follow Me Shenandoah Ave Maria Away In A Manger Carol Of The Bells Christmas Pipes Danny Boy Ding Dong Merrily On High Harry's Game Isle Of Inisfree Let It Snow! May It Be Nella Fantasia O Come, All Ye Faithful O Holy Night One World Orinoco Flow Panis Angelicus Send Me A Song She Moved Thru' The Fair Silent Night Someday The Christmas Song The Little Drummer Boy The Soft Goodbye The Wexford Carol Walking In The Air White Christmas You Raise Me Up Beyond The Sea Caledonia Carrickfergus Laschia Ch'io Pianga Mo Ghile Mear Newgrange Over The Rainbow Scarborough Fair The Blessing The Last Rose Of Summer The Prayer The Sky And The Dawn And The Sun Vivaldi's Rain Somewhere The New Ground-isle Of Hope, Isle Of Tears Fields Of Gold Amazing Grace Galway Bay The Moon's A Harsh Mistress Goodnight My Angel My Lagan Love O, America! When You Believe Non Lo Cerchero You'll Be In My Heart True Colours The Call Follow On Nocturne The Water Is Wide A Woman's Heart Bridge Over Troubled Water A Spaceman Came Travelling The Parting Glass Black Is The Colour Sailing Awakening Teir Abhaile Riu You'll Never Walk Alone To Where You Are Siuil A Ruin Gartan Mothers Lullaby Green The Whole Year Round Pie Jesu Spanish Lady I Dreamt I Dwelt In Marble Halls Sing Out! Si Do Mhaimeo I Jesu Joy Of Man's Desiring Forever Young The First Noel Tears In Heaven (live) We Wish You A Merry Christmas We Three Kings I'll Be Home For Christmas Joy To The World Stay Awake When You Wish Upon A Star Santa Claus Is Coming To Town Mary's Boy Child What Child Is This Hark! The Herald Angels Sing Auld Lang Syne Winter Wonderland Adeste Fideles Green Grow The Rushes (live) Songs From The Heart: Walking The Night - The World Falls Away In The Bleak Midwinter The Ashoken Farewell - The Contradiction (live) Dulaman (live) Hush Little Baby Tir Na Nog Westering Home Walk Beside Me I See Fire The Whole Of The Moon Like An Angel Passing Through My Room When You Go Ride On My Land How Can I Keep From Singing Sometimes A Prayer Will Do A Time For Us Time To Say Goodbye Isle Of Hope, Isle Of Tears Once In Royal David's City My Heart Will Go On The Foxhunter The Hills Of Ireland The New Ground She Moved Through The Fair Nil Se'n La Ballroom Of Romance County Down Garden Of Eden Non C'e Piu Moorlough Shore Sive Mna Na Heireann (women Of Ireland) Ae Fond Kiss Water Under The Bridge Going Home Be Still Oro Se Do Bheatha 'bhaile Bean Phaidin Ancient Land Homeland
Related Information for Celtic Woman
Celtic Woman is a musical group from Dublin, Ireland comprising five Irish women with a repertoire that ranges from traditional Celtic tunes to modern songs. Current members include the five vocalists Méav Ní Mhaolchatha, Máiréad Carlin, Susan McFadden, Lynn Hilary, Alex Sharpe, and the violinist Máiréad Nesbitt. Deirdre Shannon sang with the group during Ní Mhaolchatha's pregnancy in 2005-2006. Hayley Westenra, a New Zealander of Irish descent, sang with the group during its 2006-2007 tour as its sixth member. Méav Ní Mhaolchatha and Órla Fallon were two of the original members of the group, though both have since left to pursue other projects.In 2007, Ní Mhaolchatha left the group to focus on her solo career and was replaced... read more