Michael Praed
Clannad (Irish pronunciation: [kl̪ˠan̪ˠad̪ˠ]) are an Irish band formed in 1970 in Gweedore, County Donegal. Their music has been variously described as bordering on folk and folk rock, traditional Irish, Celtic and New Age, often incorporating elements of an even broader spectrum of smooth jazz and Gregorian chant. After twelve years of success in the folk music industry, they shot to international recognition in 1982 with the release of the "Theme from Harry's Game", becoming the most successful band in the Celtic music genre.
They have won several notable awards throughout their career, including a Grammy, a BAFTA, an Ivor Novello and a Billboard Music Award.
Clannad were commissioned to provide music for the 26-episode TV drama series Robin of Sherwood (1984–1986). They once again began to stretch themselves, creating music for a range of characters and events. For the first time ever, they produced an album without any of their native Irish, as the story was set deep in English folklore.
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Legend album cover, featuring actor Michael Praed as Robin of Sherwood.
In 1985, this album won the BAFTA award for Best Original Television Music, making Clannad the first Irish band to win the award.

@темы: Music, OST, Robin Of Sherwood, composers

2014-02-25 в 04:19 

записывала в детстве с телека на магнитафон))) хорошо, что сейчас есть возможность все это разобыть

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