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Clannad an Extraordinary Irish New Age Music Band

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Clannad is an Irish musical band, from County Donegal. Their melody has been many times categorized as a folk melody, Celtic, and new age. Clannad is composed by Pádraig Duggan, Pól Brennan, Ciarán Brennan, Noel Duggan, Máire Ní Bhraonáin, and Eithne Ní Bhraonáin. The group earned in 1999 a Grammy Award for Best New Age Album. Clannad, which name is in use from a Clann as Dobhar significance the family from Dore, was shaped by the Brennan relatives in 1970. Pól, Ciarán and Máire Brennan united uncles Pádraig and Noel Duggan and began playing in their dad Leo's saloon. Máire's sister, Enya, united the group in 1979 and gone three years later on to follow a winning alone career. Máire has also benefitted from a concurrent career as a solo vocalist, that began in 1992  with her records named Máire, and lately changed the spelling of her person's name to Moya Brennan.

"Harry's Game", the band’s theme melody for a television suspenseful story, importantly included in the movie Patriot Games, was also utilized in a market for Volkswagen in 1992, and earned Clannad brand new fame in the United States. Another important accomplishment was the song "In a Lifetime" with the vocalist of U2. The super-selling record "Lore" also gave several considerations to the Native American Indians.

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