From the shores of Ireland through the Isles and to the coast of Brittany, Celtic music survives in many forms and nuances. Harps, bagpipes, violins and fiddles, whistles and drums are all part of today’s music. Sometimes the music is
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Spirit of the Celts

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by Edward Pearse on Thursday, 16 September, 2010


From the shores of Ireland through the Isles and to the coast of Brittany, Celtic music survives in many forms and nuances. Harps, bagpipes, violins and fiddles, whistles and drums are all part of today’s music. Sometimes the music is traditional in its feel, sometimes it uses traditional instruments to bring out a more modern sound. Samba is not something normally associated with Celtic music, but you’ll hear it in amongst the tunes today. 

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