Jun 29, 2017
Irish and Celtic music from Peat the Creel, The Willis Clan, Jesse Ferguson, Kennedy's Kitchen, Shishonnah, Laura McGhee, Jamie Smith's MABON, The Gothard Sisters, Murray McDowell, Ciara Considine, Gaelic Storm, Leaping Lulu, Celtic Cross, Brian O h'Uiginn. Listen. Like. Share. Then download 34 Celtic MP3s for Free! http://celticmusicpodcast.com
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I am back from my Celtic Invasion of Brittany. And I'll tell you more about it in the podcast news section.
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The Celtic Invasion of Brittany was incredible. One of the coolest things about the trip for me was learning more about the Celts before they settled in seven Celtic nations.
I emailed my Celtic Invasion Vacations subscribers telling them I was considering adding another Invasion to Venice. One person responded saying it made no sense. Because what does Venice have to do with the Celts. The answer is a lot more than you would think.
In fact, we learned in Brittany that one of the main Celtic tribes to settle the area near Vannes were the Veneti. If you follow the place names of where the Celts settled, one area was the Veneto. My step-dad is from Padova in the Veneto. Ever since I started playing Celtic music, he's experienced the Celtic influence in the Veneto which settled the region in the 9th and 10th century B.C. By the 3rd century b.c. they had migrated to Brittany in France. There's even a Po River in Carnac. The Po River is one of the main rivers in the Veneto.
The list goes on and on. I'll try and do an episode of The Celtfather podcast with more details. Needless to say, it was a fascinating glimpse of history. It's amazing to realize Celtic culture can be found throughout Europe.
If you want to experience more of the trip, I recorded a bunch
of videos and set them to my music. There's a playlist on
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0:24 "Otter's Holt" by Peat the Creel from The Barn Session
4:37 "Blast O'Reels" by The Willis Clan from Roots
10:23"The Wind that Shakes the Barley" by Jesse Ferguson from Folk Favourites
13:28 "The Barr of Chocolate/The Smashed Potatoes" by Kennedy's Kitchen from THe Birds Upon the Trees
17:51 "I Will Carry You" by Shishonnah from Elysian Dreams
21:50 "Commemoration" by Laura McGhee from Life Is Bigger Than a Dream
24:42 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
27:48 "Summer's Lament" by Jamie Smith's MABON from Windblown
31:28 "Midsummer Jigs" by The Gothard Sisters from Story Girl
33:58 "Summer Moon" by Murray McDowell from Summer Moon
37:22 "A Summer Dance at the Crossroads" by Ciara Considine from Beyond the Waves
40:46 CELTIC FEEDBACK
43:00 "Summer's Gone" by Gaelic Storm from How Are We Getting Home?
47:10 "Summer Storm" by Leaping Lulu from Into the West
50:13 "Summer of My Dreams" by Celtic Cross from Shores of America
55:28 "Dancing the Summer Away" by Brian O h'Uiginn from Tionchar
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