Song of the Isle: Archive of great Anglo-Celtic Songs

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I am always supportive of a fellow blogger and I think David Wood has an amazing site dedicated to the songs of the Anglo-Celtic world. It is a great archive for those who want to train vocally on the heart-hurting vocal music of the Celtic world.

Song of the Isle is the brainchild of David Wood, Music Director for WFIU Public Media, and an aspiring singer/conductor. He is more of an archivist for Celtic songs. What I like about his site is that he features both Gaelic and English songs. I dig Gaelic songs and what he is doing is remarkable. His site is focused on gathering the vocal music of the Anglo-Celtic world. What is the purpose of building this blog site? His aim is simple: To encourage the learning of traditional and modern Celtic music. David Wood currently resides in Bloomington, Indiana.

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