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Jmds 
  Posted: 15-Mar-2008, 08:28 AM
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Hello everyone!

I've been looking for a specific type of celtic song for some time now, and I could only find two so far (I admit I didn't put much effort in looking for it though rolleyes.gif ).
They are both with fast violin and no singing.

I was wondering if anyone here could give me some directions! biggrin.gif


The two songs I mentioned are:

Celtic Fiddle by Enya
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Celtic Cry by Flogging Molly



Thanks for your time!
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Posted: 15-Mar-2008, 09:19 AM
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QUOTE (Jmds @ 15-Mar-2008, 08:28 AM)
I've been looking for a specific type of celtic song for some time now, and I could only find two so far (I admit I didn't put much effort in looking for it though  rolleyes.gif ).
They are both with fast violin and no singing.

'Arcturus' on Enter the Haggis' Aerials CD instantly comes to mind for fast fiddle play. If you go to ETH's website enterthehaggis.com, I'm fairly sure you can now buy it via a digital download. ETH has several types pf style, so you may want to check out the rest of their catalog.


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Posted: 15-Mar-2008, 04:27 PM
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Two bands I would recommend to you are Teada and Lunasa. Of course, they play a variety of style, but both are trad groups who aren't afraid to "put the devil n the bow!" Check their websites and listen to some samples.

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Posted: 16-Mar-2008, 10:27 AM
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Do a search on Amazon.com under thier MP3 download section. It's amazing how much music they have available.


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Posted: 17-Mar-2008, 07:32 PM
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Thanks so much everyone =)
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