Anyone love Celtic music?

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Re: Anyone love Celtic music?

Postby Elrond Hubbard » Mon Sep 28, 2015 4:31 pm

I have a 3-CD collection of instrumental classic Celtic music ... very relaxing. I'm reticent to promote liking to love, but it's very charming. I listen to it, sometimes, as background music, as it's very inoffensive in an apartment setting - nobody else really notices, if I don't blast it, which I don't. So, it's nice ... I'm glad I have it. I wouldn't really want the LOTR soundtrack(s) though, because it's more concerned with the movie's needs, than my listening needs. However, there's a videogame based more on the book, I believe, called FELLOWSHIP of the RING, which is kind of boring, actually, BUT ... it has a soundtrack that is quite beautiful. I would really love to have it. Unfortunately, I did look it up and it's apparently never existed separately from the game. Someone I never heard of, a "Brad" somebody does it ...
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Re: Anyone love Celtic music?

Postby onitsway » Fri Nov 20, 2015 3:09 am

i love celtic music, i grew up in wales and feel really close to it :) it reminds me of my childhood!
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Re: Anyone love Celtic music?

Postby prmiller » Sun Aug 28, 2016 10:33 pm

Afro Celt Soundsystem: -North pt 1 - YouTube
This blend of African rhythm and Celtic harmony
continues to fascinate me.
I could listen to Celtic music for hours...and would love to learn to
speak Gaelic to sing along with Enya, Celtic Woman and other
stellar performers.
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Re: Anyone love Celtic music?

Postby Gungnir » Sun Sep 11, 2016 2:18 am

PRM - my daughter is fluent in Manx Gaelic, which is very similar to Irish and Scots Gaelic. She can understand and make herself understood to Irish speakers.

My son is still playing banjo in a traditional manx gaelic band who are just about to release their first CD

Here they are playing live in Peel, Isle of Man (obviously), recently
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Re: Anyone love Celtic music?

Postby PatriotBlade » Wed Sep 21, 2016 5:33 am

Parm, [url][/url] is a free language learning site. They have Irish Gaelic available. I'm behind in mine, but I was learning it.
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