Celtic Music for Harp, Flutes, Oboe, Violin and Orchestra

Two beautiful Celtic pieces for Harp, Flutes, Oboe, Violin and Orchestra: it is played in Kazan (the capital and largest city of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia). Natalia Antonova (harp), Venera Porfirieva (flutes), Eugene Sidorov (oboe), Lilya Akhmetova (violin). Conductor: Anna Gulishambarova. Just close your eyes and listen…

Celtic Music for Harp, Flutes, Oboe, Violin, and Orchestra
Natalia Antonova (harp)
Venera Porfirieva (flutes)
Eugene Sidorov (oboe)
Lilya Akhmetova (violin)
conductor Anna Gulishambarova

I don’t know the name of the first piece, but the second piece is a very popular Breton “An Dro”. Breton is a Celtic language spoken in Brittany (French: Bretagne), a Celtic region in western France. An dro, also known as “en dro” (Breton: “The Turn”) is a Breton folk dance in 4/4. It is a form of a circle dance.

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