Sunday, April 10, 2011

A Celtic Moment

28 comments:

woman said...

OMG my dear, I l♥ve celtic musik and this video !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do you know STEVE McDONALD , he makes fantastic celtic musik :) Thanks for posting my dear dianne ♥♥♥ and thank you so much for your lovely warm words in my blog. I feel your warm heart ♥ Light,L♥ve and KISSES

dianne said...

Oh thank you so much my dear ♥woman♥, I love this particular song, it is sooooo beautiful to me and it warms my heart ♥. I am so pleased that you like it too!
I love Celtic music, it has a magic and soul which is rooted deeply in the legends of the ancients and especially the trees and forests of old.
I love here on this video the image of the tree, which shows our connection with the Earth, it is secured in the soil by its celtic roots, it is the past, our life and our destiny.
Yes I have heard Steve McDonald, I also love Enya, Loreena McKennitt and Celtic Woman and a few lesser know artists. :)
Thank you for your lovely warm comment, I love visiting your blog it is such a beautiful place to be.
Light, L♥ve and Kisses to you sweet friend.
xoxoxo ♡

/t. said...

dianne,

thank you
for this celtic moment

i would now like to eat lunch out of a sheep's stomach, dance a jig, and toss something heavy into the air... all at once! ;)

it is pretty tune, and accompanied by some beautiful celtic art works

× × ×

/t.

PS -- did you know that loreena mckennitt has a new album -- The Wind That Shakes the Barley -- good, but her earlier stuff is better, imo

<3

foam said...

well, i'm currently rockin' out to robbie robertson ..
i'll have to be back later to listen to this .. :)
hope your weekend is grand so far.

puerileuwaite said...

Finally! Celtic and music are exclusive terms no longer!

Leovi said...

Beautiful video, I love Celtic music, even when this combined with a bit of rock. My favorites are Wendall

dianne said...

Dear /t. thank you, I would join you in a jig but I will pass on the haggis and throwing something heavy. :)
Yes it is a delightful tune with some lovely celtic art, I found this on the playlist of a dear friends blog. That is what I love so much about blogging, I get to meet lovely people like yourself. I have so many wonderful friends and I learn so much from the communication and connections. It is like a journey of discovery with so many new roads to follow.
I have yet to hear Loreena McKennitt's new album, I have myself found that some of her earler music is better.
xoxoxo <3 ♡

dianne said...

Thanks Foamy dear for stopping by, I will leave you to rock out with Robbie Robertson, perhaps you will come back later! :)
My weekend? It has been Ok, thanks.

xoxoxo ♡

dianne said...

Oh Puggles my sweet, I guess Celtic music is not your 'cup of tea' or should I say 'cup of mead', I guess a jig would be quite difficult for you with those cute, little legs ... but thanks for stopping by to comment.
What genre of music do you like? :)

xoxoxo ♡

dianne said...

Thanks dear Leovi , I think it is beautiful too, so pleased that you enjoyed it.
I have not heard of Wendall, I shall have to look for him on the Net. :)
Besos xoxoxo ♡

The Mess said...

I have missed a lot of history on these The Celtic people.

I remember that they where not only in Britain but also started some culture in Belgium and Switzerland!

foam said...

it is a pretty tune but it cuts off at the end ...

dianne said...

Yes dear M , the Celtic people came from all over Europe, you probably have some Celtic ancestors yourself way back in your family tree.
There is some interesting reading
here; I have read a few books but this gives you a condensed view of their origins and the nations from where they came.

Nice to see you again. :)

xoxoxo ♡

dianne said...

Yes Foamy dear it is a pretty tune and it is such a shame that it cuts off too soon at the end.
I am going to try and buy the CD which is called 'Celtic Destiny' by Bruce Mitchell, though I cannot imagine that one person would play all of the musical instruments.

xoxoxo ♡

jasmin said...

liebe Dianne, Musik, Bilder und schöne Worte ein Reichtum der Erde....
laß uns darüber erfreuen! was du aussuchst und zeigst hat mit deiner Seele zu tun, es ist kein Zufall,
ich mag alles sehr, denn es kommt aus einer reinen Welt, die tiefen Gedanken sind der Anfang, die Musik begleitet unser Leben.

liebe Grüße von Jasmin und DANKE...

dianne said...

liebe Jasmin , ja die Musik und die Bilder sind schön und sie kommen aus vielen Quellen der keltischen Kultur.
Meine Seele ist, die natürliche Welt gezogen, denn ich immer froh, wenn in der Nähe zur Natur, Bäume und Wälder und ich diese Musik lieben, wie es alte und traditionell ist, obwohl einige der Instrumente können neu ihre Interpretation der Musik ist traditionell bin ..
Danke lieber Freund, die Liebe und den besten Wünschen, Dianne. xoxo

Little Lamb said...

That was very nice. I'm going to ignore what /t. said about the shwwp's stomach.

dianne said...

Thank you dear Lamby , yes it is a lovely piece of music.
Yes, I would ignore what /t. said about the sheep's stomach. :)

xoxoxo ♡

Ruela said...

Love it!

dianne said...

Thank you dear Ruela, lovely to see you here again!

beijos xoxoxo ♡

puerileuwaite said...

I prefer Vandal or Visigoth music.

dianne said...

So dear Puggles my sweet you prefer the heavy metal and Goth music! Some groups are OK, I like a few of Metallica's compositions!

xoxoxo ♡

Elia said...

I love Celtic music...
thanks for this special moment,
thanks for your friendship..

have a good week with this music.
abrazo especial,

eljardindemiduende ^^

dianne said...

Thank you dear Elia , I am so pleased that you enjoyed this Celtic moment and thank you also for your lovely friendship.

You have a good week too!
besos
xoxoxoxo ♡

Craftsman of light said...

Dianne,
Thats was great!
Great gathering voices of the dancing warlords
carried by the strong winds from the ocean blows into their celtic bagpipes, celebrating myths, Fairies, Angels....

Thanks!!!
hugs.
col

dianne said...

Thank you dearest col yes it is amazing music that has been passed down through many generations of people from the Celtic nations, it is a musical voice of many, steeped in legend, myths and history.

Hugs and love,
Dianne. xoxox ♡

Mona`s Seelenwelt said...

Thank you my dear Dianne for your Happy easter wishes and i love celtic music about a long time.. it is so peaceful and lovely...Thank you..

all the best for you my friend and happy easter too,

Mona

dianne said...

Thank you dear Mona , I am pleased that you enjoyed this Celtic music...and for your Easter wishes too my friend. :)

xoxoxo ♡