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Symphonie Celtique : tir na n-og

Alan Stivell (performer)
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Symphonie Celtique : tir na n-og

Title
Symphonie Celtique : tir na n-og
Performer
Alan Stivell
Publisher
Dreyfus, 1988
1 cd
Playing time
01:09:01
EAN
0042283312524 3460503619623
CDR
KAX0109

About Alan Stivell

Alan Stivell (born Alan Cochevelou on 6 January 1944) is a Breton and Celtic musician and singer, songwriter, recording artist, and master of the Celtic harp. From the early 1970s, he revived global interest in the Celtic (specifically Breton) harp and Celtic music as part of world music. As a bagpiper and bombard player, he modernized traditional Breton music and singing in the Breton language. A precursor of Celtic rock, he is inspired by the union of the Celtic cultures and is a keeper of the Breton culture.

Musical career

Early life and career beginnings

Alan Stivell was born in the Auvergnat town of Riom. His father, Georges (Jord in Breton) Cochevelou, was a civil servant in the French Ministry of Finance who achieved his dream of recreating a Celtic or Breton harp in the small town of Gourin, Brittany and his mother Fanny-Julienne Dobroushkess was of…Read more on Wikipedia