Bill Whelan

Bill Whelan, (born 22 May 1950 in Limerick, Ireland) is an Irish composer and musician. He is best known for composing a piece for the interval of the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest. The end result, Riverdance, was a seven-minute display of traditional Irish dancing that became a full-length stage production and spawned a worldwide craze for Irish dancing and celtic music. It was released as a single in the UK in 1994, credited to "Bill Whelan and Anúna featuring the RTÉ Concert Orchestra". It reached number 9 and stayed in the charts for 16 weeks. The album of the same title reached number 31 in the album charts in 1995.

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Ascultă albumul Invisible Stars: Choral Works Of Ireland & Scotland
Invisible Stars: Choral Works Of Ireland & Scotland
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Ascultă albumul Das Querflötenquartett, Vol. 2
Das Querflötenquartett, Vol. 2
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Ascultă albumul The Irish Piano
The Irish Piano
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Ascultă albumul And There Was Music
And There Was Music

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