Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Celtic music

Related Topics

In the News (Tue 21 May 19)

  Ceolas celtic music archive
Ceolas houses the largest online collection of information on celtic music, and has links to hundreds of related sites.
The central resource for all that's new across the whole Web of celtic music.
Tour schedules, festivals, sessions and places to hear the music around the world.
www.ceolas.org /ceolas.html   (146 words)

  Celtic music at AllExperts
Celtic music is a broad grouping of musical genres that evolved out of the folk musical traditions of the Celtic peoples of Western Europe.
Celtic music means two things mainly.The first: the music of the peoples calling themselves Celts (a non-musical, more political definition), as opposed to, say "French folk music" or "English folk music." The second: whatever qualities may be unique to the musics of the Celtic Nations (a musical definition).
While the ancient Celts undoubtedly had their own musical styles, these have grown and evolved to the point where considering any modern styles reminiscent of ancient Celtic music is misleading.
en.allexperts.com /e/c/ce/celtic_music.htm   (908 words)

 Celtic Music Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Celtic Modern collects critical essays on the global circulation of Celtic music, and the place of music in the construction of Celtic 'Imaginaries'.
It provides detailed case studies of the global dimensions of Celtic music in Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Brittany, and amongst Diasporas in Canada, the United States and Australia, with specific reference to pipe bands, traditional music education in Edinburgh, the politics of popular/traditional crossover in Ireland, and the Australian bush band phenomenon.
And Celtic singer Maireid Sullivan was the perfect choice to be the author of Celtic Women in Music, a collection of interviews with many of the major female Celtic musicians of today.
www.celtic-musicians.net /book-reviews.html   (1026 words)

 Celtic WebRadio Sites
Becky Johnston, of Eugene, Oregon, presents music by Celtic musicians in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and eastern Montana.
These programs are a great opportunity to listen to Celtic music from all over the world, often with comments, interviews, etc. Please be aware that I have a lot of trouble with the times.
There appears to be both TV and radio here, along with a Celtic music WebRadio broadcast.
www.ramsisle.com /celtic/webradio.htm   (1886 words)

 Celtic Music
Celtic music can be pure Celtic, in Gaelic perhaps, or consisting of reels and jigs, or it can be almost rock and roll -- Loch Ness Johnny and Bad Haggis are two that spring to mind.
But Celtic music is an evolving form, and the direction that Beth Patterson has taken Celtic music is so brilliant and creative that the moment you put her CDs on your player, you feel compelled to stop everything and just listen.
Celtic music is often a place where musicians can experiment, mixing hundreds of years of Celtic musical heritage with other traditions and forms.
www.adlerbooks.com /celticmusic.html   (3935 words)

 Celtic Music
Music In Scotland is dedicated to promoting music from Scotland to a world-wide audience.
Hobgoblin Music has provided folk musicians with otherwise hard to find folk instruments for 20 years, and has grown to be the largest source in Europe.
We cater for a wide variety in musical tastes, and as our name suggests, Celtic Music is also available from bands and artists from all the Celtic countries.
www.donwalsh.com /celtic.html   (808 words)

 Amazon.com: Celtic Music: A Complete Guide: Books: June Skinner Sawyers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
She is the resident expert in Celtic music for the Newberry Library in Chicago and a frequent contributor to the Chicago Tribune.
Celtic music seems to be everywhere or, at the very least, an approximation of it.
The foundations of Celtic Music from early to modern times is revealed in Celtic Music: A Complete Guide, a history of the genre which considers all aspects of the music; from its roots to its contemporary development.
www.amazon.com /Celtic-Music-June-Skinner-Sawyers/dp/0306810077   (2136 words)

 Celtic Music
For example, certain chord changes and patterns that are so musically definitive of these traditional songs, are often found woven throughout today’s Celtic music.
I never limit myself to these rules writing Celtic Music, but I like to incorporate this basic structure, as it remains somewhat true to the old traditional fiddle tunes.
They are musical treasures of these different cultures, painting pictures for us of their lands, and of their peoples.
www.woodenstonemusic.com /celticmusic.html   (572 words)

 What is Celtic music?
The definition of "Celtic" music must start with a definition of what a "Celt" is. The origin of the term goes back to the word keltoi, which was used by the ancient Greeks to refer to certain barbarian tribes.
So when Celtic people started asking why they couldn't have self-government or why their children weren't allowed to speak their own language in school, the response was often along the lines of "those moody Celts, they are charming but so impractical".
After the Celtic Twilight died down, people went back to being Irish, Welsh, Breton, etc. The next event in our story occurs in the 1970s where a kind of music emerged that combined traditional music with some ideas taken from the folk movement of the 1950s and even from 1960s rock music.
www.standingstones.com /celtmusic.html   (2419 words)

 Online music course - Celtic Music: Regional Cultures and Modern Success
To cap it off, the best Celtic music resources from across the Web are built right into each unit, offering you a truly multimedia and up-to-date educational experience.
Your written assignments will challenge you to explore your personal attraction to the music and, with Bob's help, will guide you towards expressing well-informed, intelligent opinions about the many kinds of music known as "Celtic." No musical background is required.
Regarding credits: Celtic music: regional cultures and modern success is a self-paced music course for personal enrichment only.
www.dcs.wisc.edu /lsa/online/celtic.htm   (595 words)

 Celtic Music Society... East Rochester High School's Traditional Irish Music Ensemble
We also presented a workshop on Irish music and the role of folk music in schools to more than one hundred teachers from across North America at the 2006 Music Educators National Conference.
Music Society is a unique folk music program and ensemble comprised of student musicians from East Rochester Junior and Senior High Schools.
Celtic Music Society provides an authentic experience in Irish music, and a typical meeting doesn’t look much different from a traditional Irish music session.
www.erschools.org /Teachers/Gowman/celticmusicsoc/index.htm   (259 words)

 Celtic Harp Music by Anne Roos - Haste to the Wedding
Celtic music performed on the Celtic harp with accompanying instruments.
Its population speaks Gaelic and is a mixture of Celtic and Viking.
He eventually ends up with his sweetheart in the cowshed, the only place he can be with her unchaperoned by her parents.
www.celticharpmusic.com /Audio/HasteToTheWedding.html   (566 words)

 Celtic Music for Mandolin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Medieval Music for Mandolin Book/CD Vol II Renaissance Music for Mandolin Book/CD Book/CD Music of Spain and South America for Mandolin
The music is presented in both music notation and mandolin TAB (for people that do not read music).
In addition to helping the player become familiar with the music, it will also be a source of listening pleasure.
home.earthlink.net /~guitarandlute/celtic_mandolin.html   (521 words)

 CELTIC MP3s MUSIC MAGAZINE: Free MP3 Celtic Music Downloads
The Celtic MP3s Music Magazine is a free weekly Celtic music magazine featuring free music downloads of Celtic, Scottish, Irish music from around the world.
There is no other newsletter so intensely dedicated to promoting independent Celtic music like the Celtic MP3s Music Magazine.
Free Celtic Music MP3s by Email Every Month.
www.celticmp3s.com   (298 words)

 Celtic Shores - Free Music Downloads - MP3 Downloads - Download.com Music
Celtic Shores - Traditional and modern music from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Newfoundland, Canada and Northern England will appease the heart and soul.
This Celtic Shores CD has been chosen by an Internationally acclaimed Scottish Film Maker who will  use the tracks contained on the CD for the soundtrack of a new feature film.
I told her and she said, "I like that music." There's a whole new generation of kids out there who listen to more than just the modern music idiom.
music.download.com /celticshores/3600-8788_32-100797825.html   (489 words)

 Celtic League - Celtic Music
Homogenized Celtic-inspired music may be commercial, and even pleasing, but it is also often shallow and can never claim to be authentic.
We know of a Celtic language that has disappeared, i.e., Cumbrian (spoken in northwestern England and parts of Lowland Scotland), and in the 17th Century the Middle Breton written standard was abandoned in favor of Modern Breton transcribed according to French phonetics.
Western music is so permeated by the ‘major-minor system’ (two predominant modes) that the ears of Western players tend to hear music based on other modes as being either major or minor, which can lead to confusion and unsatisfactory results in backing Celtic tunes, which often use modes which are neither major nor minor.
www.celticleague.org /celtic-music.html   (2219 words)

 Tandem's Celtic Music Page
Impeccably arranged traditional and original music for harp, hammer dulcimer, oboe, English horn, percussion, guitars, piano, fiddle and the viola.
Traditional music featuring the fabulous sound of the hammer dulcimer accompanied by Celtic harp, guitar, oboe, violin, cello, lap dulcimer and percussion.
Clarsach is a twelve-track recording that celebrates the revival of the ancient and magical Celtic harp.
www.tandem-music.com /celtic.htm   (560 words)

 Celtic Music Reviews
Celtic MP3s Music Magazine is a free weekly Celtic music & mp3 magazine featuring free music downloads of Celtic, Scottish, Irish music from around the world.
This list was compiled to highlight CDs by Celtic artists that were purchased at CD Baby in 2006 through the Celtic MP3s Music Magazine, Celtic Music CD Store, Irish & Celtic Music Podcast, and our affiliates.
The Russian songs actually fit nicely with the Celtic, and although it is perhaps an unconventional choice, it is interesting to note the similarities and differences as one listens to the songs.
www.celticmp3s.com /magazine   (2331 words)

 Will Millar - Celtic Music - Irish Music - Formerly of the Irish Rovers
These past 10 years have been an interesting journey where I hopefully discovered a lot more about myself and was able to chase dozens of stored daydreams and try a lot of new ideas, some that were grand and joyful and successful and only a few that left an ache.
In here I would like to introduce you to my music, art and written words I have four beautiful accoustic instrumental C.D's featuring some of Ireland's great musicians like Derek Bell of the Chieftans.
The tunes in this Celtic tapestry are woven with wistful, hauntingly beautiful melodies...You'll hear Will Millar on a variety of penny-whistles, lutes and bodhran, Derek Bell (The Chieftans) on Celtic harp, and Will's hand performing on Uillean pipes, fiddle, guitar, harmonica, accordian, grand piano and cello.
www.celtic-music.com   (893 words)

 The Celtic Music of Spain -- Galicia & Asturias
The Celtic Music of Spain -- Galicia and Asturias
However, 'Celtic' music also is found in Galicia and Asturias in Spain, two regions in the northwest corner of Spain.
Seivane is a Galicean piper, whose youth belies the years she has put in mastering these (as the photo of her marching in a parade with her pipes when she was 3 indicates!).
www.sfcelticmusic.com /spain/celtica.htm   (757 words)

 The Encyclopedia of Traditional Celtic Music
There may be a way of obtaining an idea of this music (though it is admittedly no more than a slender hope), for it is possible that primitive cultures have preserved ancient instruments, and thereby a certain continuity in musical tradition, that mankind as a species has a kind of memory.
Those who wish to find out something about the music of ancient instruments will find better material for their enquiries in the instruments found in Greece and Turkey than in what has been written about them.
What we could still collect today would be a kind of echo, individual elements of the music of the past lacking form and structure, and reminiscent of the fragments of Sardic pottery which the sea around Cape Nora crushes unceasingly.
www.standingstones.com /musencyc.html   (584 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.