Cry of the Celts (Full version)





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Published on May 22, 2009

Someone requested me to put full versions of some celtic music on youtube, so I did. I just made a random fantasy art video of it and I hope you enjoy the peace of this awesome song :)

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Malcolm Sepulchre
It seems that it'll be a while yet until people realise that Celts and Elves aren't the same thing.
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dominic romani
As far as the Greeks were concerned the Celts were all of western europe, but by the time of King Arthur the Celts were basically confined to Ireland due to the Roman invasions of France and Brittain (though I dont believe the Romans ever called any of them Celts, correct me if I'm wrong, I cant recall if Caesar refers to the Gauls as "Celts" but he's certainly talking about the same people).  However achaeology supports a somewhat contiguous pre-Roman culture across Eurpoe, especially with pre-Roman finds in Germany that show what we know of as Celtic-styled metal working.  What modern people, Irish and Irish-American alike, know of as "Celtic" in the popular imagination has been heavily infulenced by Christianity.
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Lorelei Lambert
I know I must have been Celtic in life before.
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Cizco kid
Who wants drink some mead get into a fight then laugh about it over a couple more mugs of mead
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Leona Chouhan
This is from Lord of the Dance by Michael Flatley. Just thought you all should know. Recommend watching his shows, they are amazing :D
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This is absolutely beautiful. I love the history the celts and the history of the British Isles and Ireland even tho I know barely nothing. <3
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Nikki Hunter
As an Irish lass born and bred in Northern Ireland, but now living in the states, this reminds me of home. I fell in love with this particular song, thanks to Lord of The Dance.
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Emily O&#39;Riordan
Why is everyone talking about history? Just enjoy the music
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larry dunbar
The Romans stopped at England. They did not go North because they were afraid of the Scottish people ( Who originally came from Ireland. They built Hadrian's wall to keep the Scots out and did not chance an invasion of Ireland because the believed that the Irish were mad barbarians who could not be conquered. The Romans called Ireland Hibernia.
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Olga Novakauskiene
Сry of the Celts Thank you very nice
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