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
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.
- An Dro on Wikipedia
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