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Celtic Passage: A Musical Journey to the Depths of the Celtic Spirit

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If you think all Celtic music sounds the same, then you probably haven't heard Deirdre Ni Chinneide, Irelands rising female tenor who is reshaping the genre that has captivated millions. Celtic Passage presents the North American debut of this passionate vocalist, embracing the energy of the wholly empowered feminine through a rich soundscape of moving verse, raw emotion, ...more
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Published April 1st 2007 by Sounds True
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Hailing from Inis Mór, the largest of the Árran Islands, Deirdre Ní Chinnéide, a psychotherapist who works in the specialized field of trauma and recovery, uses her passionate voice and lyrics to take us on a journey to healing. Dipping deep into the well of Irish heritage and Celtic Christianity, Deirdre weaves a moving tapestry of past and present, of ancestors and saints.

Exploring the themes of light and dark, life and death, war and peace and more, Deirdre’s tenor voice calls up the likeness
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