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Live at the Royal Albert Hall

Loreena McKennitt

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On the 13th of March 2019, in the midst of a lengthy tour, the most Celtic Canadian singer there ever was stopped by the iconic Royal Albert Hall to capture the magic that reigned on stage every night. Her faithful accompanists Brian Hughes (guitar, oud and bouzouki), Caroline Lavelle (cello), Hugh Marsh (violin), Dudley Philips (bass) and Robert Brian (percussion) were joined on this night by the flamenco guitarist Daniel Casares, the nyckelharpa player Ana Alcaide, the Canadians Ben Grossman (hurdy-gurdy, accordeon and percussion) and Ian Harper (bombard and other wind instruments) as well as the Egyptian percussionist Hossam Ramzy, although this would end up being one of his last performances. For two hours, the renowned London concert hall was breathless. The angelic voice of the red-headed muse floats above an array of voluptuous arrangements which are echoed back in shivers by the wood panels of the Albert Hall. The repertoire of the evening reflects the four-decade-long career of the singer, although does place a fair amount of focus on the most recent album, Lost Souls (2018). New versions of old classics The Mystic’s Dream (1994), Mummer’s Dance (1997) and Marco Polo (1998), which afforded Loreena McKennitt her success, are harmoniously entwined with new releases Lost Souls, A Hundred Wishes and Ages Past, Ages Hence. © Benjamin MiNiMuM

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1
Bonny Portmore (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:04:29

Traditional, Composer, Lyricist - Loreena McKennitt, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Ltd

2
All Souls Night (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:04:30

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

3
A Hundred Wishes (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:04:03

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

4
Ages Past, Ages Hence (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:05:46

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

5
The Ballad of the Foxhunter (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:05:43

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - WB Yeats, Lyricist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

6
Marco Polo (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:04:31

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

7
Spanish Guitars and Night Plazas (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:06:59

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher - Loreena, Lyricist

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

8
The Star of the County Down (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:03:40

Traditional, Composer, Lyricist - Loreena McKennitt, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

9
The Two Trees (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:06:21

Traditional, Lyricist - Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

10
The Bonny Swans (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:06:40

Traditional, Lyricist - Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

11
The Mystic's Dream (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:06:02

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

12
Santiago (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:06:21

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

13
As I Roved Out (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:04:30

Traditional, Composer, Lyricist - Loreena McKennitt, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

14
Manx Ayre (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:03:49

Traditional, Composer - Loreena McKennitt, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

15
The Lady of Shalott (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:06:38

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Alfred Lord Tennyson, Lyricist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

16
The Mummers' Dance (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:04:12

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

17
The Old Ways (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:04:54

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

18
Lost Souls (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:04:51

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

19
Tango to Evora (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:04:55

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

20
Dante's Prayer (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
00:04:58

Loreena McKennitt, Composer, Lyricist, Artist, MainArtist - Quinlan Road Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

2019 Quinlan Road Limited 2019 Quinlan Road Limited

Album Description

On the 13th of March 2019, in the midst of a lengthy tour, the most Celtic Canadian singer there ever was stopped by the iconic Royal Albert Hall to capture the magic that reigned on stage every night. Her faithful accompanists Brian Hughes (guitar, oud and bouzouki), Caroline Lavelle (cello), Hugh Marsh (violin), Dudley Philips (bass) and Robert Brian (percussion) were joined on this night by the flamenco guitarist Daniel Casares, the nyckelharpa player Ana Alcaide, the Canadians Ben Grossman (hurdy-gurdy, accordeon and percussion) and Ian Harper (bombard and other wind instruments) as well as the Egyptian percussionist Hossam Ramzy, although this would end up being one of his last performances. For two hours, the renowned London concert hall was breathless. The angelic voice of the red-headed muse floats above an array of voluptuous arrangements which are echoed back in shivers by the wood panels of the Albert Hall. The repertoire of the evening reflects the four-decade-long career of the singer, although does place a fair amount of focus on the most recent album, Lost Souls (2018). New versions of old classics The Mystic’s Dream (1994), Mummer’s Dance (1997) and Marco Polo (1998), which afforded Loreena McKennitt her success, are harmoniously entwined with new releases Lost Souls, A Hundred Wishes and Ages Past, Ages Hence. © Benjamin MiNiMuM

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