Celtic Caledon

in Daily Programme

by Soliel Snook on Wednesday, 25 June, 2008

Caledon enjoys the music of the Celts – after all, ‘Caledon’ is a derivative of Caledonia, the Latin name given by the Romans to the northern part of the British Isles. Our Independent State of Caledon, like any good Celtic nation, also has its own tartan.

Pipes are always a favorite and bring out our Caledonian citizens to jig, reel and rave. Today's music is all about the pipes, jigs, reels and raucous good fun.

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