another thing(with m never end)
i like eveyone make the homework and more galicician ,take note,titti will agree too: susana seivane a great voice like luar na lubre like enya and clainnad in ireland, cristina pato she is intrumental and like carlos nunez she is a wman great with a pipe.and fuxan os ventos like the fureys simple say allwith that,and from my lugo river gaiteiros do mino,pipersand nice if any can see the dance and folk traditional dress,i know i love riverdance,but if any could watch galician dance ,will believe that we only stand the hands the is so similar,
oh yeah baby u start meet m,the best site is yours so.....and that about something i love any could feel too,i no need explain more tak care everyonae and hope people litsen that choices and then write opinions .etc,enjoy everyone
Jesus Christ, you never stop!! Do you have time to breath? Jajaja. I´m agree with you Eiresonia. I have things to says about these and another bands... I need to find time to write!!
I GOT TO ASK ,WHEN ANY REPLY OR NO COMMENT MEANS THAT XPIRE THE GROUP?
I KNOW NOW WHY ANY ANSWER MY LAST COMMENT ASKING FOR INFORMATION OF A GROUP:T'EADA.
WELL,IS FUNNY HOW I GIVING INFORMATION AND WHEN I NEED EVEN TITTI DOSENT HELP OR MAY B ANYONE KNOW.
IN ANY CASE IM FIND MISELF AND FOR NO HAPPEND AGAIN IN CASE ANY LIKE TEADA TOO...
HERE: INFLUENCED BY CLANNAD,(well is a friend here at myireland that got their name so im invite chat with him,he help m so is a friend allready)
Irish traditional band Téada (the name means "strings") formed in 2001 and quickly landed a spot on the Irish television show Flosc, which gave the group a platform and an immediate audience. Gradually expanding the lineup to include John Blake (flute, guitar, piano), Sean McElwain (bouzouki, banjo), Oisin Mac Diarmada (fiddle), Paul Finn (button accordion, concertina), Damien Stenson (flute), and Tristan Rosenstock (bodhran), Téada's vibrant interpretations of traditional reels, jigs, and hornpipes have made them a popular draw on the Celtic festival circuit worldwide. The self-titled Téada was released in 2003, followed by Give Us a Penny and Let Us Be Gone in 2004, both from Green Linnet Records. Lá An Dreoilín appeared in 2004 from Gael-Linn. Compass Records released Inné Amárach in 2006.
pd:I HOPE THE UNION OF THESE CELT MUSIC NEVER ENDS,IS A SOUL ,ARTISTS ,ETC IN COMUN,SO ....HELPFULL TOO TO MEET SAME FEELINGS AND GOOD LISTENERS,OF COURSE LOT INFORMATION TOO,
WELL HAPPY XMAS FOR EVERYONE AND THE BEST WISHES AND PLENTY LOVE...xxx
Today,Im remember when i was a kid ,and taked any litle trip with my Father,and listen in his car:sinead o'connor,well tak time for him(with likes,like:the pogues,the fureys,the dublinners,..well another stile)listen my music,and when wasnt mencioned the artist better,because he only know her for the polemcs,so usually ,i was play straight away,and them he definetly enjoy with me,and a litle older he enjoy to a similar influence of :IN TUA NUA,so i love remember their music,because im remember my father(in peace will rest)and make a litle honor talk about them ,in case any know yet who re in tua nua ,and who know love to remember:
Celtic rock septet, with more emphasis on the "rock." Their instrumentation includes pipes, whistles, and violin, as well as electric instruments. Members include vocalist Leslie Dowdall, violinist Steve Wickham, Brian O'Briaian, Martin Colncy, and Vinnie Kilduf. They were discovered by U2's Bono and signed to Island, later moving to Virgin, and released a series of singles that only received minor attention. Wickham joined the Waterboys in 1986 and was replaced by Angela De Burca.So my best recomended for a day like today.kissXXXX
i think titti,we ,galicians,need invite a nice drink, the "queimada," is made by continually stirring burning alcohol in this large bowl. Before drinking it, all the participants are given a print-out of an incantation of sorts. I won't include any of that here -- it is for everyone discover, hopefully in person!
ps.fly to st.james,santiago compostela,take car ,bus,to lugo and i take any to the best destilations likors twon,PORTOMARIN,OK.usually got a celebration celt at night of "meigas"=witches",dance and people from any celt culture is mix here,and got the tradition lots of years,we hope for more too.
take care everyone,XXXX
Oh, the lovely "Queimada". In my group of galician friends I am the master of the Queimada. I´ve already prepare one in Dublin with my friends. I need to get more "aguardiente" (firewater) to prepare more!!