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« Reply #30 on: September 19, 2016, 06:38AM »

Tara says "Across the World" is one of her brand new violin solos.  Cheesy
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« Reply #31 on: September 19, 2016, 08:19AM »

Mattycakes: Correct me if I'm mistaken, but are you saying that this show was like a condensed version? As in there wasn't two separate acts like usual?
Yes Mattycakes, the show was an hour and 15 minutes because they had an opening act called the 'Mzanzi Youth Choir', if you go onto Facebook and check out the Celtic Woman Tour page, you will see the girls with the choir. I don't really know what Mzanzi means because it is not something that I particularly learnt or will learn because it just doesn't interest me but you can go onto google and check it out.

Look, the Youth Choir was amazing but I can't really say much about an opening act because I don't really like things like that. I sat through it, sang a long to the songs that I know - I am talking South African (I understand Afrikaans and not the other languages that we have here) but it was enjoyable. They opened with 'The Circle of Life' which listening to the song, I couldn't help but think of Li'l Lambe when she sang it in Believe, although her version was a little short, I will always think of the song as hers. I think that Celtic Woman was approached and asked if they would allow the choir to sing before them because the choir director thanked them twice when he was introducing the songs. They were on for a total of 30 minutes and sang about 5 songs.

When the girls go back to touring the way they toured in America, they will go back to a full show and not the show that we had but even a condensed show the way we had it was great and I am not really complaining about it because there is a reason behind why they did what they did. I also seem to think that when they come to South Africa some time in the future, they probably will not have an opening act - I could be mistaken.

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