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Bienvenue sur le blog Source Celtique #2 - Blog hommage, à Alan Stivell Cochevelou, retour sur les chemins de terre d'un Barde Breton..."kentoc'h mervel eget em zaotra"


Spécial Harpe Celtique...

Publié le 4 Mai 2017 par Source Celtique #2 dans Musiques, TV, Vidéos



Dominique A - L'Horizon

Publié le 2 Mai 2017 par Source Celtique #2 dans Musiques, Vidéos


Mohsen Amini - An Riaghailt Òrach

Publié le 24 Avril 2017 par Source Celtique #2 dans Musiques, Vidéos



Publié le 19 Avril 2017 par Source Celtique #2 dans Concert - Fest Noz, Vidéos


OK, if you like Oi Polloi's more crusty and/or D-beat stuff then there's a good chance you'll like Helsinki-based KANSALAISTOTTELEMATTOMUUS who have the same vocalist! The band will be on tour in Belgium and Holland from next Saturday (22nd) until the end of the month so if you get the chance come along and check out some raging Finnish anarchopunk.



My Ireland, Stephen James Smith

Publié le 16 Avril 2017 par Source Celtique #2 dans Vidéos



Publié le 16 Avril 2017 par Source Celtique #2 dans Vidéos

Full info. on this film @: anupictures.com/project/camino/

A crew including a Writer, two Musicians, an Artist and a Stonemason embark on the Camino not on land, but by sea, in a traditional boat that they built themselves on an inspiring, and often time’s dangerous, modern day Celtic odyssey.

This inspiring crew have made an epic voyage, following an ancient Camino sea-route from Ireland to Northern Spain; in a hand-made, traditional, wooden framed, canvas covered boat they made themselves; known locally in the Dingle peninsula as a Naomhóg.

The odyssey began in May 2014; launching the Naomhóg at St. James’ Gate in Dublin. Completing one month of travel each year; 2014 saw them cross the Irish Sea and the English Channel to reach Brittany;

2015 saw the crew follow the French coast all the way south as far as the border with Spain.

In 2016 the crew followed an ancient 700km long Camino sea route across Northern Spain towards their ultimate destination; Santiago de Compostela. Pulling into coastal towns and villages en route, camping and cooking as they went, the crew forged many new friendships; surprising those they met with a boat that seems to come straight out of the middle ages and inspiring them with their courage, endurance, storytelling, music, poetry and song.

This intimate documentary charts the trials and tribulations of a voyage that comes with its own risks and dangers, and in the words of Danny Sheehy, took “sweat, blood and blisters to complete while deepening and renewing friendships, creativity and spirituality in the process”.

The Crew:

Musician: Oscar-winning Singer-Songwriter Glen Hansard joined the crew as substitute for Brendan Moriarty who was unable to make it for the entire 2016 leg of the Camino. Glen volunteered for duty only weeks before the 2016 journey began and although he had never rowed a Naomhóg before he was quick to learn the ropes; the blisters on the palm of his hands a testament to his dedication to a whole new mode of being. glenhansard.com

Writer; Domhnall Mac Síthigh (Danny Sheehy), is a poet, a farmer, an author, a fisherman and a storyteller of some renown. His book the Iomramh Bhréanainn MMXI (The Brendan Voyage 2011) was published in 2013. dannysheehy.com

Musician; Breandáin Ó Beaglaoich (Brendan Begley) was born into a famous musical family and soaked up the music and song of West Kerry from an early age. Brendan is a major figure in Irish traditional music and clearly states that “his music could not exist were it not for the mountains, seas and storms of his native Dingle Peninsula”.

Artist; Liam Holden developed a love of the sea that was to have a profound influence on his journey as a painter. Liam also learnt the craft of Naomhóg building, and with Danny built the Naomhóig na Tinte (The Boat of Tents) for this voyage. liamholden.com

Stonemason; Breandáin Ó Mhuircheartaigh (Brendan Moriarty) is a folklorist from the Dingle Peninsula and a relative of renowned Irish poet and philosopher John Moriarty.

Moment's from the Camino can be seen on the crew's Facebook page: facebook.com/pages/Naomhoig-Na-Tinte/772817366066389

Paintings courtesy of Liam Holden.


A 3-part mini-series version of the documentary was broadcast on TG4 in Ireland in 2017.

The International Feature-length version is currently in post-production.


Sharon Shannon - Potholes - Live at the INEC, New Years Eve 2009

Publié le 5 Avril 2017 par Source Celtique #2 dans Vidéos


Alan Stivell - Cease Fire (Brian Boru / 1995)

Publié le 3 Avril 2017 par Source Celtique #2 dans Musiques, Vidéos


Le Bro gozh ma zadoù par des stars bretonnes (Ouestfrance / 11.03.17)

Publié le 27 Mars 2017 par Source Celtique #2 dans Infos, Vidéos, Musiques

En juin prochain, sortira une compilation de chansons liées à la Bretagne, interprétée par des artistes bretons ou d'ailleurs. Un premier clip, que nous avons publié en exclusivité, vient de sortir. Il s'agit de l'hymne breton interprété par une dizaine d'artistes d'ici.

C'est le fameux 'Bro gozh ma zadoù", l'hyme breton. C'est en collégiale qu'il a été repris par Alan Stivell, les Tri Yann, Cécile Corbel, Gwennyn, Gilles Servat, Soldat Louis, Louis Capart, Renaud Detressan, Clarisse Lavanant, Rozenn Talec.Le clip montre tous ces chanteurs réunis et de belles images de la Bretagne, de Saint-Malo au château de Suscinio.

Prévu en juin, l'album réunit ces mêmes artistes mais aussi Raphael, Laurent Vouzy, Miossec, Jane Birkin, Boulevard des airs, Renan Luce ou encore Dan Ar Braz. C'est le navigateur-explorateur Olivier de Kersauson qui a été appelé pour jouer le fil conducteur entre les chansons.


Funérailles de Martin McGuinness dans sa ville de Derry (journaldemontreal.com / 23.03.17)

Publié le 25 Mars 2017 par Source Celtique #2 dans Infos, Vidéos

Funérailles de Martin McGuinness dans sa ville de Derry (journaldemontreal.com / 23.03.17)
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