Apr 26, 2018
Trees are not only important to the Celts. They are important to
all of humanity. They give us air to breathe. So this Arbor Day, I
want to encourage you to plant a tree or take care of one tree in
your town while you listen to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast
with tree-friendly Celtic music from Rattle the Knee, Anne Roos,
Giant's Dance, Crepuscule, Slan, Michael Black, Dark Patrick, Nick
Hennessey, Emerald Rose, Bag Haggis, Rathkeltair, Hair of the Dog,
Bedlam. In fact, I'm pretty sure your tree will grow better
with daily listens of Celtic music.
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0:04 "Galway Rambler-Maid in the Cherry Tree-Ban an Tír ar Lar" by Rattle the Knee from Paving and Crigging
6:20 "The Forest Nymph - Song of the Woods & The Tree in the Woods" by Anne Roos from A Light in the Forest
10:32 "Birken Tree/Bishop's Dance" by Giant's Dance from Giant's Dance
4:17 "Lilting Music/Tree Set" by Crepuscule from Shades of Music
18:06 "The Rowan Tree" by Slan from Footprints
22:45 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
23:54 "The Willow Tree" by Michael Black from Michael Black
27:01 "The Laurel Tree - Gravel Walk - the Lilting Banshee - the Mug Of" by Dark Patrick from Fainne Gael an Lae
34:51 "Gallows Tree" by Nick Hennessey from A Rare Hunger
38:24 CELTIC FEEDBACK
40:32 "Land of the Dancing Trees" by Emerald Rose from Sunwise
45:23 "Monkey Tree" by Bag Haggis from Trip
50:52 "Trees" by Rathkeltair from Something Good for a Change
55:21 "Papa John's Tree" by Hair of the Dog from Liam Left the Lights On Again
59:43 "Trees They Grow High" by Bedlam from Sleep Is A River
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