Thistle And Shamrock: Tucked Away Celtic musicians are often interested in forging a global fusion. Here are some that also strive to preserve distinct regional voices.
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Celtic musicians are often interested in forging a global fusion. Here are some that also strive to preserve distinct regional voices. They include flute player Cathal McConnell's with a collection of old field recordings and more hidden treasures with singers Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh and Christine Kydd, and fiddlers Pete Clark and Chris Stout.