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The Epistle of Paul to the Galatians, often shortened to Galatians in the Holy Bible is one of the best references to the Celts http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epistle_to_the_Galatians. This is the center of Michael Card’s album Starkindler: A Celtic Conversation Across Time. I love the amount of energy and arrangement placed in this album and I rank this (along with Moya Brennan’s Perfect Time) as the best example of Contemporary Celtic Christian Music.
Rich evocative tune that can only come from the North West of France is played by a group called K.V. (“Paotr ar maraise”). Sorry if the info is written in French-I had to copy this off their myspace : http://www.myspace.com/kvgroupe
– Bombarde : Ivonig LE MESTRE
– Uilleann-pipes / Binioù : Lionel LE PAGE
– Piano : Kevin HAAS
Contacts / Renseignements / Booking :
Mèl : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel. : 06 84 85 26 19 (Lionel
Brythonic is a Southern group of Celtic languages. Plural is Brythonics. Examples are Breton, Cornish and Welsh.
From Wikipedia: may refer to: British language, or Brythonic, the Celtic language anciently spoken in Great Britain | Brythonic languages, a branch of the Celtic languages descended from British | Britons (historical), the Celtic people of Great Britain in ancient times. Too bad the Brits were the ones who tried to get rid of any Celtic influence in the region in the latter part of history.
In the spirit of the language and culture, Breton artist Dom Duff is staging a concert:
25 February · 20:30 – 23:30
Dom Duff (Breizh) : Kan, gitar,
Andy Jones (Swansea) : Kan, Gitar, Cittern
Colm O’Snodaigh (Dublin) : Kan, Flute, percussions
Kanaouennoù savet tro dro ar Brythonics