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Paul Vens

Paul Vens & Friends play their music for Dutch Radio Stations and they have concerts in France, Germany, Begium and Holland.

You could characterize Paul’s music as fine, light and peaceful. Love for life, for nature are important ingredients of his songs.

(Added By: CelticRadio On: 19th Oct 2003 Viewed: 65 )

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The Blarney Rebel Band

The Blarney Rebel Band performs bold and innovative music that maintains deep Celtic roots while exploring new ideas and pushing the boundaries for a contemporary and refreshing approach to traditional and original material. All types of Irish music are on display by this group of talented musicians, from rollicking pub songs to traditional folk fare, from rousing sea songs to moving ballads, from stirring rebel songs to hand-clapping jigs and reels.

(Added By: CelticRadio On: 19th Oct 2003 Viewed: 50 )

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Martyn Wylde - Bard

Martyn Wylde performs “songs of the British Isles… and beyond”, accompanying his vocals on acoustic guitar, bass, mandolin and bouzouki.

Prior to embarking on his career as a renaissance faire musician, Martyn immersed himself in the world of Celtic folk song, He soon realised he had undertaken not just a musical journey, but a spiritual one, as well, and his studies began to include not just the music of his Celtic forebears, but also their lifestyle and belief systems.

Martyn’s first solo album, Minstrel’s Lament, features traditional folk songs, contemporary songs with a traditional feel and four original compositions. On it, Martyn played all the instruments and multi-tracked vocal harmonies. A new album, Celtic Heart, is currently being recorded with release scheduled for Autumn 2013.

With an extensive repertoire culled from the rich folk traditions of Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales along with his own original songs, Martyn Wylde strives to continue the legacy of the bards of old.

(Added By: martynwylde On: 19th Oct 2003 Viewed: 51 )

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Martyn Wylde Folk songs of the British Isles and beyond

With a repertoire derived from the rich folk traditions of Ireland, England and Scotland along with his own original songs, Martyn Wylde continues the legacy of the Bards of old. Accompanying himself on guitar, bouzouki, mandolin and bass, Martyn's pure tenor voice and three octave range combine with his multi-instrumental talent to form a truly unique folk instrument, bringing new life to material which is sometimes hundreds of years old.

Martyn’s passion for the “folk songs of the British Isles” has never been more evident than on his new album The Child Ballads, Volume 1. The album features performances of eight of the compositions collected and catalogued in the mid nineteenth century by Harvard scholar Francis Child, which were published in five volumes titled The English and Scottish Popular Ballads, and which have become the “standards” of the folk music idiom.

Martyn performs solo at folk and acoustic music venues, renaissance and medieval faires, Celtic festivals, house concerts and private/corporate events, and plays bass with Celtic Mayhem.

(Added By: martynwylde On: 19th Oct 2003 Viewed: 9 )

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