Again, a collection of songs inspired by Celtic (including Irish, Scottish, Gaelic) culture, history and mythology. More coming soon. Also, expect this to be mostly folk metal.
Also Loreena McKennitt is an Irish Celtic drama soprano, so in lyrics as in sound.
Eluveitie is more likely to belong in folk sounds, but I think it could considered as a Celtic one, since its kind is Celtic Metal.
Pretty much everything by Celtic Woman
And this song https://lyricstranslate.com/en/eimear-quinn-voice-lyrics.html
I guess Alan Stivell's universe definitely has its place here
This is his most well known song - tri martolod
kudos for pointing to Alan Stivell instead of Nolwenn Leroy
Well from what i know she only took some famous songs, but Alan Stivell is way more versed in this universe as Nolwenn, and made his entire career a work of art
>>a collection of songs inspired by Celtic (including Irish, Scottish, Gaelic) >> you can add Breton (France) and even Galician (Spain)
They all kept their celtic origins very alive, and produce a lot of artists
Thank you for your suggestion! I shall!
Karantez vro - Véronique Autret (Breton)
Here are six breton singers, poets and groups from France:
Gweltaz ar Fur
2 new songs from :
Alan Stivell - Ar mor zo braz
Alan Stivell - pardon spezed
Bran comes from CZ
Michel Sardou - les lacs du Connemara
And there are probably more to come
A nice article about Galicia in Spain and its celtic roots (buldings, music and ... weather apparently)
Tri-Yann - distro-euz-vro-zaoz