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MDF3530 
  Posted: 31-Oct-2004, 09:54 PM
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Here's my updated list...

Heather Dale
?The Trial of Lancelot?

Heather Dale
?Tristan and Isolt?

?The Civil War? Soundtrack
?Battle Hymn Of The Republic?

Loreena McKennitt
?The Mummers' Dance?

City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra / Howard Shore
?The Fellowship of the Ring? Suite

Bagpipes
?Going Home?

?Titanic? Soundtrack
?Hymn to the Sea?

John McDermott/Anthony Kearns/Ronan Tynan
?When Irish Eyes Are Smiling?

Charlie Zahm
?Lord Of The Dance?

?Highlander: Endgame? Soundtrack
?In Memory of Connor?

Highland Bagpipes
?Auld Lang Syne?

Bagpipes
?Amazing Grace?

Fenians, The
?Drunken Sailor?

Smoky Finish
?The World Turned Upside Down?

Loreena McKennitt
?Santiago?

Loreena McKennitt
?All Souls Night?

Gaelic Storm
?An Irish Party in Third Class?

Pipin Hot
?My Heart Will Go On?

Enya
?A Day Without Rain?

Enya
?Lothlorien?

Flogging Molly
?Drunken Lullabies?

?The Civil War? Soundtrack
?Dixie?

Boston Pipers Society / Boston Pops Orchestra
?Scotland the Brave?

?Harry Potter & The Sorcerer?s Stone? Soundtrack
?Hedwig?s Theme?

Royal Scots Dragoon Guards
?Highland Cathedral?


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Posted: 01-Nov-2004, 10:16 PM
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I like the pipes and older tunes:

Pipers Bonnet (if you can catch the Glenfiddich Piping Championships)
Also Caberfeidh

Mist Covered Mountains - Pipin Hot sample - http://caber-records.com/audio.php
This one is my favorite. I also like the way the Rankin sing this

Hale to Nova Scotia by Kathrin McCinnin from the 70s.. I think

A Fig for a Kiss - A very bright and lively tune. smile.gif smile.gif

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Posted: 05-Nov-2004, 05:53 PM
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Great Big Sea
Scolding Wife

The Irish Descendants
The Black & Tans (Come Out Ye Black n' Tans)

Stan Rogers
Barrett's Privateers

Andy Irvine
Gladiators

David Kincaid (sp?)
The Irish Volunteer

Great Big Sea
Recruiting Sargeant


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Posted: 05-Nov-2004, 10:36 PM
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I like them all. I love Heather Dale, and Wicked Tinkers, Clann an Drumma. note.gif
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Posted: 06-Nov-2004, 09:41 AM
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A few more:

Spirit of the West
Home For A Rest

The Dubliners
Whiskey in the Jar

The Irish Descendants
Rollin' of the Sea

The Fables
Heave Away

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Posted: 09-Nov-2004, 08:12 AM
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Wow, so many things!
Wolfstone's "Gillies"
Wicked Tinkers just about anything -- Wallop the Cat makes me roll on the floor
Loreena McKennit's The Highwayman
Great Big Ocean's Mary Mack
Rise "Cold Glencoe", "I will see my love again"
Runrig Summer Walkers, Loch Lomond
anytime somebody gets going with just pipes and a bodhran
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Posted: 09-Nov-2004, 09:40 AM
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Here's mine:
Lukeys Boat
Great big Sea

Scolding Wife
Great Big Sea

The Old Black Rum
Great big Sea

Excursion Around The Bay
Great Big Sea

Drink the Night Away
Gaelic Storm

Nancy Whiskey
Gaelic Storm

Barnyards of Delgaty
Gaelic Storm

God
Seven Nations

Scream
Seven Nations

Twelve
Seven Nations

Red
Young Dubliners

and....Seek Up, Dave Matthews Band(not celtic but a great song and musician)


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Posted: 10-Nov-2004, 09:27 PM
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Great Big Sea, not Great Big Ocean. oops.gif

Just heard Clan an Drumma's "Sgt. MacKenzie". Always liked it, but just had it hit me in a very moving way -- I just got done reading today's "Scotsman" and another report on the casualties among the Black Watch stationed in Fallujah.

Log it as a favorite.
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Posted: 11-Nov-2004, 05:02 PM
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I have been listening to a band called Hevia on Highlander radio and I really like them. Love especially their song, El Garrotin.


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Posted: 11-Nov-2004, 05:19 PM
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Hevia, yes, I like her, too!
Especally "Anada" and "Tierra de Nadie".
Then...

Fiona Joyce - Angel-child
Julie Murphy - Cowboi
Kate Crossan - Suil a Run
Innisfree Ceol - Titanic
Northwind - Bard Of Armagh

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Posted: 14-Nov-2004, 04:24 PM
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Oh, man! I'm adding Enter the Haggis "To the Quick." Just heard it, dunno how I've missed it so far. There is something so retro about that wowwy bass and rude backbeat, and then to throw the pipes in there!
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Posted: 03-Dec-2004, 07:41 PM
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I have been listening to celtic music for several years and the bagpipe is one of my favorite instruments( obviously i have 4 or 5 different cds of nothing but bagpipes, much to he chagrin of my wife). But i also enjoy Seven Nations, especially The Ballad of Calvin Croiser and Heroes in Tennis Shoes. Jed Marum's Fighting Tigers of Ireland. The Young Dubliners Rocky Road to Dubliln, A Nation Once Again and Molly Malone. Go Lassie Go by anyone. Glengharry Boys Flower of Scotland and Nancy Whiskey.
Also since I've started listening to this station I've found Rise's I Will See My Love Again, Ellis Sisters Lord of the Dance.
As you can see i tend to lean more towards the irish side of the celtic music but i do love all celtic music.


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