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    From one of my very favourite movies!


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    Such a good song!


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    I think this video shows the Celtic heritage in the Appalachians.

     


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    One of my favourite songs by Runrig:



    Urlar:



    Does anyone know any other "Urlar"-like music/melodies with drums, bagpipe and that amazing bass on background?
    Last edited by Tag Heuer; 02-06-2016 at 07:19 AM.

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    The "Treaty" of Limerick marked the departure of the "Wild Geese" from Ireland.



    Regimental flags of the Irish Brigade of the French Army:

    Cremona

    Homesick, sad, and weary,
    Heartsick, hungry, dreary,
    (Shout, boys, Erin's the renown!)
    O'Brien, Burke, and Tracy,
    MacMahon, Dillon, Lacy,
    We watch the town.

    What mean those distant sounds!"
    As the famished panther bounds,
    (Shout, boys, Erin's the renown!)
    So he bounded through the gate.
    "Rouse ye, comrades, ye are late!
    Prince Eugene has your town!"

    "Are ye mad, or in a trance?
    Waken, gentlemen of France!"
    (Shout, boys, Erin's the renown!)
    "See your lilied flags are flapping,
    And your Marshal is caught napping
    In Cremona town."

    Again and yet again,
    Though the third of us are slain,
    (Shout boys, Erin's the renown!)
    Though Sieur Villeroi is taken,
    And the lilied flags are shaken,
    Till our tardy comrades waken,
    We keep the town.

    Back to back, and face to face,
    Wrest from fate this night's disgrace
    (Shout, boys, Erin's the renown!)
    Ere the sun rose from its bed
    Or that livid dawn grew red
    Every German spear had fled
    From Cremona town.

    So failed Eugene's advance,
    So failed all foes of France!
    (Shout, boys, Erin's the renown!)
    Let her praises still resound,
    And while the world goes round,
    To their praise too redound,
    Who stood the victors crowned
    In Cremona town.
    Now more of the men of the regiments of Dillon and Burke began to arrive from their quarters. Try as he might, Eugene could not move them, and French reinforcements were sure to arrive soon if the entire town was not taken. He sent the Prince de Commercy to reconnoiter the Irish position. The Prince reported that the Irish position was now reinforced with more men from the units of Dillon and Burke, many rushing there half dressed. He reported that the position would be extremely costly to take. Eugene decided to try bribery. Thinking a fellow Irishman might convince them, he sent Francis MacDonnell to make the offer. "Countrymen," MacDonnell told them, "Prince Eugene sends me to say to you, that if you will change [sides], you shall have higher pay in the Imperial army than you have had in the French service. . . . If you reject [this offer], I do not see how you can escape certain destruction. We are masters of the city, with the exception of your post. It is on this account, his Highness only awaits my return to attack you with the greatest part of his force, and to cut you to pieces, should you not accept his offers." O'Mahony was greatly insulted that an Irishmen would convey this disparaging offer, and replied that, "Prince Eugene seems to fear us more than he esteems us, since he causes such propositions to be made to us. We wish to gain the esteem of the Prince by doing our duty, not by cowardice or treachery, unworthy of men of honor."
    Battle of Cremona -- 1st of Febuary 1702 (War of the Spanish Succession)

    And a song made famous by another Irish Brigade 160 years later during the American Civil war

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    Does anyone know any other "Urlar"-like music/melodies with drums, bagpipe and that amazing bass on background?
    Maybe "The Gael" by Albannach. The drums in a lot of their songs tends to overwhelm the melody, though.

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    always loved the flute and her voice...

    Kate Crossan - Siul a Run
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4r4...7DyPHl&index=2

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    not sure if these are what you want but...

    Legend Adrian von Ziegler
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yj_wyw6Xrq4

    Folkearth - Instrumental ***let the first 45 sec go to get to the good stuff
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYP5BHBaIRU

    Graveworm - Ceremonial Requiem
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQWDYeVp0jA

    I will look through my collection to see if I can find something closer to what you posted...my memory is nagging at me about 1 or 2 songs I have, but cant really find them yet

    Mike

    Quote Originally Posted by Tag Heuer View Post
    One of my favourite songs by Runrig:



    Urlar:



    Does anyone know any other "Urlar"-like music/melodies with drums, bagpipe and that amazing bass on background?
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    here is a great Canadian folk/celtic singer that died before his time

    Stan Rogers - Rolling Down To Old Maui
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPYAZUcohmw

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeWhalen View Post
    here is a great Canadian folk/celtic singer that died before his time

    Stan Rogers - Rolling Down To Old Maui
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPYAZUcohmw

    Mike
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    I liked that. I can see Canadian guys dreaming of "old Maui". Heck, by this time of year, I find myself dreaming of old Maui.
     


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