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Julienne Taylor Live At The Lyric

Julienne Taylor

Year: 2012

Runtime: 01:05:48

A balance of old Irish music Scottish singer/songwriter Julienne Taylor’s debut concert took place on September 24th at the Lyric Theatre, Academy for Performing Arts, Hong Kong featuring her band from Scotland, The Celtic Connection. The concert blu-ray was filmed for release in late 2012.

Compared to the likes of Norah Jones and Eva Cassidy, she's captured the hearts of many (with an especially large following in Asia) with her romantic Celtic folk and pop songs. Featured hits on this video are some of her famous hits from her album "The Heart Within” and some traditional Scottish folk songs along with her own compositions and interpretations of classic lovesongs included on her debut album "A Time For Love” which some of it have been featured in a number of Korea TV dramas.

The concert was recorded, mixed and mastered at 24bit/96khz and encoded as DTS-HD 96/24 & PCM Stereo 96/24.vorites and a live show make up this hour long home video featuring interviews and concert footage. Filmed at the group's reunion concert at UIster Hall in Northern Island, the filmed performance highlights the traditional folk act's lively talent and dedication to recreating the spirited, indigenous songs of their Irish homeland.

Julienne Taylor Available In:

Pop, Vocal

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