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Established 16/3/2000
Star11 Irish and Celtic music Star11
This new section at Mythical Ireland will explore Irish and Celtic music and music influenced by Ireland and its myths and monuments and landscapes and people.
Our first piece of music in this new section is entitled "Amergin's Tale" and is written specially for Mythical Ireland by Andrew Rooney. His band, Twinkranes, create a rocky/trippy kind of sound and some of their music can be found on their MySpace page. Twinkranes
Click here to hear music FITCH: Claire Fitch is a remarkable musician who has released a number of albums and is particularly influenced by Ireland's ancient landscape and mythology. See her page here. Claire Fitch
Click here to hear music SWAN: Or to give him his full title, David Swan Montgomery. He is from Drogheda, near Newgrange, and was inspired to release an album called Newgrange. See the video below to hear "Amergin", In conjunction with piper Paul Kelly, another musician inspired by the Boyne Valley. You might see some familiar imagery in the video, from Mythical Ireland! David Swan Montgomery
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