Celtic Songlines

Celtic Songlines celebrates the music, stories and traditions of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and other Celtic lands.

Tune in live on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to noon at KDRT 95.7FM with replays Monday 8-9pm, Saturday 6-7pm. Outside the broadcast area you can stream at kdrt.org, or subscribe to the Celtic Songlines podcast on Apple podcasts. 

 

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Celtic Songlines November 9th 2021

On this week's Celtic Songlines rather that play one or two pieces from multiple artists, we'll hear a set of three consecutive tunes or songs from a smaller group of musicians. Featured this week are  Ireland's Dervish and Lúnasa (named after Lughnasadh, an ancient harvest festival), Scotland's Salt House, from Cape Brèton Natalie MacMaster and back to the Emerald Isle with fiddler Dónal O' Connor and uillean piper, John McSherry.  

Tune in live on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to noon at KDRT 95.7FM, stream at @kdrt.org, or subscribe to the Celtic Songlines podcast on Apple podcasts. The program replays on KDRT each Wednesday 1-2 p.m., Thursday 6-7 p.m., Sunday 4-5 p.m.

Celtic Songlines November 2nd 2021

Featured this week on Celtic Songlines KDRT 95.7FM is Brìghde Chaimbeul, Brìghde performs with the Scottish smallpipes, a bellows-powered set of bagpipes with a double-note drone. Her music opens and closes today's session. Also featured are the extraordinary sounds of the fiddle with Davis' own Florie Brown and of the harp, Margie Butler. Both are alumnae of the band Golden Bough. We'll also hear from Eliza Carthy, Lisa Lynne (harp) with Aryeh Frankfurter (keyed fiddle) and from Russia with hurdy-gurdy is Andrey Maslenskaya. We also have a listen with Fairport Convention and Scotland's Old Blind Dogs.

Tune in live on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to noon at KDRT 95.7FM, stream at @kdrt.org, or subscribe to the Celtic Songlines podcast on Apple podcasts. The program replays on KDRT each Wednesday 1-2 p.m., Thursday 6-7 p.m., Sunday 4-5 p.m.

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