Navan Sings Celtic Culture, A Cappella A Wisconsin-based a cappella group breathes new life into the traditional songs of the Celts. In its latest album, Lowena, Navan explores the traditional music of Ireland, Scotland and beyond in the original languages.
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Navan Sings Celtic Culture, A Cappella

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Navan Sings Celtic Culture, A Cappella

Navan Sings Celtic Culture, A Cappella

Navan Sings Celtic Culture, A Cappella

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Navan is a Celtic a capella group based in Madison, Wis. From left: Elizabeth Fine, Sheila Shigley and Paul Gorman. hide caption

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Navan is a Celtic a capella group based in Madison, Wis. From left: Elizabeth Fine, Sheila Shigley and Paul Gorman.

Three From 'Lowena'

'Ellas Mari'

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'Domhnall Dubh an Domhnallaich'

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