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Christopher Dean | Last of the Mohicans/The Gael (Promentory)

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Last of the Mohicans/The Gael (Promentory)

by Christopher Dean

An emotionally charged and dynamic guitar arrangement of the main theme from the movie "The Last of the Mohicans" melded with the unforgettable fiddle tune, "The Gael", by Scottish composer Dougie MacLean.
Genre: World: Celtic
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Internationally recognized guitarist Christopher Dean has been mesmerizing audiences with his musical style for years. He has put his own, highly personal stamp on the instrument, not only by the way he plays, but also by the music he writes and interprets, and the emotions and images his music invokes. Chris performes Celtic and American folk music in the fingerstyle and flatpick traditions on 6 and 12 string guitars. Starting a professional career in music in 1966, Chris has shared the stage with "The Rolling Stones", "The Rascals", "The Doors", and more recently with Skyedance, Men of Worth, The Wicked Tinkers, Alasdair Fraser, Arvel Bird, and Brian Baynes, to name a few.

"I was truly impressed with your performance last night. Thank you so much for giving me that experience. It was awesome! You have a very impressive on-stage persona and demeanor that brings the audience into the performance and shares the richness and history of the individual pieces. Your craftsmanship with the instruments is enhanced by your ability to impart emotion to the melody and evoke individual memories by audience members."
– LF Seligman - Desert View Performing Arts Center,Tucson, AZ

“...Very rarely have we heard a more sensitive and expressive guitarist”
— Alfredo De Pietra, Keltik Magazine, Milan, Italy

"...I fell in love with the woody resonance and bell-like sustain of Christopher Dean's Taylor guitar and with the delicious picking style that he is rightly known for. The tunes and songs he plays are evocative of the Irish and Scots landscapes. The playing is emotional and reflective without being maudlin or sentimental. The melodies lift the spirit and weave a magic that sustains long after the last notes fade."
– Jools Thatcher - DuggUp/Saturday Samples, Melbourne, Autralia



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