Discover Celtic Music
Masure, Philip; Pilartz, Luc; Henderson, Jarlath; Golden Bough; Ruz, Bleizi; Dawson, Hannah; Evans, Meredydd; L'Hoir, Bernard; Simpson, Nicola; Burgess, Aburn; Simpson, Duncan; Caine, Victoria; Lynch, Ged; Miguens, Maruxa; Os Rosales; Fahy, Kieran; Turner, Steve; Ross, Iaian Hector; Stevens, Gillian; Frankfurter, Aryeh; Sabugo Tente Firme; Burton, Euan; Fowler, Dylan; Noel McLoughlin Group; Clannad; Pape, Jean-Yves le; Glyn, Gwyneth; Williams, Jordan Price; Bailey, Alan; Grant, Donald; Keita, Seckou; Etienn
Celtic music is the collective name given to the native folk music of the Celtic nations. The Seven Celtic nations of Ireland, Scotland, Brittany, Cornwall, Wales, Galicia and the Isle of Man share a common tradition of folk music and songs. Each musical tradition includes lively dance-tunes, melancholic airs, and songs both serious and comical. The worldwide popularity of Celtic music has blossomed over the last decade or two and it has found a place as a worldwide musical language. Behind its popularity lies a tradition o fmusic and songs passed down through centuries and generations. This collection is a snapshot of the living reality of Celtic musical traditions in today’s world, presenting music from Ireland, Scotland, Brittany, Asturias, Wales, and Galicia in a variety of sung and instrumental pieces.