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Latest podcast episodes about cold winter away

Is This Thing On Podcast

So here we are in a brand new year and I'm busy busy busy. What with catching covid over Christmas, a rush of new guitar and singing students I am also working hard with my band preparing to go into the studio next month. There are songs to be heard so I have made a mix of some great songs including Moose Wrench - Dead Stars, Agent Starling - Drive the Cold Winter Away, Maroon Town - Bullit, Casual Riots - Caramel, Mount Ferel - Russia, Victory Kicks - Mookie Betts, My Propaganda - My Ghosts

The Catholic Culture Podcast
The Glorious English Carol

The Catholic Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 113:36


Originally published as episode 59 on December 21, 2019, this popular episode is being rerun in a slightly improved version. This is a love letter to the great English Christmas carols, from “There Is No Rose” to “The Boar's Head”. Did you know that not just any Christmas song is a carol? The true carol, in all its earthy splendor, is a distinctive product of the Catholic middle ages. Yet our forefathers didn't limit caroling to Christmas: they wrote carols for every season of the year covering the entire story of our Redemption, not to mention secular topics at times. This episode explores the origin of carols in England, their cultural meaning, and how they were suppressed by the Puritans and were revived in modern times. And of course, you'll hear a lot of great music throughout, ranging from historically informed performance to modern arrangements! Links Erik Routley, The English Carol https://www.amazon.com/English-Carol-Erik-Routley/dp/0837169895 Andrew Gant, The Carols of Christmas https://www.amazon.com/Carols-Christmas-Celebration-Surprising-Favorite/dp/0718031520 All music in this episode used with permission from the recording artist and/or label. Agincourt Carol, Alamire https://www.amazon.com/Deo-Gracias-Anglia-Alamire/dp/B008L1GZUO Nowell sing we both all and some, Quire Cleveland https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/quirecleveland2 Gabriel From Heaven's King, Quire Cleveland https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/quirecleveland2 A Virgin Most Pure, Stairwell Carolers https://www.stairwellcarollers.com/en/o-magnum-mysterium/ Coventry Carol, Harry Christophers and the Sixteen, available on the CORO record label at https://thesixteenshop.com/ Bedfordshire May Carol, Shirley Collins https://mainlynorfolk.info/shirley.collins/records/withinsound.html Remember O Thou Man, The King's Singers https://www.amazon.com/Remember-O-Thou-Man/dp/B073JZN754 Wassail (Gloucestershire Wassail, arr. Vaughan Williams), Quire Cleveland https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/quirecleveland4 Green Growth the Holly, Early Music New York—Frederick Renz, Director https://www.earlymusicny.org/a-renaissance-christmas My Dancing Day, Robert Shaw Chorale https://www.amazon.com/Songs-Angels-Christmas-Hymns-Carols/dp/B000003D0G Drive the Cold Winter Away, Owain Phyfe and the New World Renaissance Band https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/nwrb In the Bleak Midwinter, Quire Cleveland https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/quirecleveland2 Lullay My Liking (Holst), HSVPA Madrigal Singers (Houston, TX) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mw81DCQ3HhI A Hymn to the Virgin (Britten), VOCES8 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B077GC4QVT/ref=dm_ws_sp_ps_dp There is no rose, Quire Cleveland https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/quirecleveland2 Thanks to all, but especially to Ross W. Duffin for his generosity with Quire Cleveland's back catalogue! Also recommended: A Waverly Consort Christmas: From East Anglia to Appalachia https://www.amazon.com/Waverly-Consort-Christmas-Anglia-Appalachia/dp/B000002SRK Other non-famous carols mentioned: Seven Virgins (The Leaves of Life); This Endris Night; Tempus adest floridum (Good King Wenceslas); Kingsfold (I heard the voice of Jesus say); The Cherry Tree Carol; Masters In This Hall; The Golden Carol; Snow in the Street; New Prince, New Pomp This podcast is a production of CatholicCulture.org. If you like the show, please consider supporting us! http://catholicculture.org/donate/audio

Virginia Water Radio
Episode 605 (11-29-21): Preparing for the Season of Freezing Water

Virginia Water Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021


CLICK HERE to listen to episode audio (5:17).Sections below are the following: Transcript of Audio Audio Notes and Acknowledgments ImagesExtra Information Sources Related Water Radio Episodes For Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.). Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 11-26-21. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean, this is Virginia Water Radio for the week of November 29, 2021.  This episode is part of a series this year of winter-related episodes. MUSIC – ~10 sec – instrumental. That excerpt of “Mid-winter Etude,” by Timothy Seaman of Williamsburg, Va., opens our annual episode on winter preparedness.  This coincides with Virginia Winter Weather Awareness Week, which is being observed this year from November 29 to December 3, according to the Wakefield, Va., National Weather Service office. In 2021, winter astronomically begins in Virginia on December 21 at 10:59 a.m.  That's the Eastern Standard time of the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, when that hemisphere is at its maximum annual tilt away from the sun. At its beginning, middle, or end, winter can bring cold temperatures, hazardous roads, power outages, and fire hazards.  To help you be prepared, here are 10 tips compiled from information provided by the Virginia Department of Emergency Management, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC.1. Avoid traveling in winter-storm conditions if you can. If you must travel, get road conditions from the Virginia 511 telephone system, Web site, or app.   And have an emergency kit for your vehicle, including jumper cables, water, non-perishable food, blankets, a flashlight, and other items.2. Have battery-powered sources of lighting and information, particularly weather information, along with enough batteries to last through a power outage of several days.  Whenever possible, use flashlights and not candles during power outages.  If you do use candles, put them in safe holders away from anything combustible, and don't leave a burning candle unattended.3.  Make a family emergency plan that covers sheltering; evacuation from your area; escape from a home fire; emergency meeting places; communications; a supply of food, water, and medications; and other factors specific to your circumstances; and practice your plan. 4.  Get fireplaces, wood stoves, and chimneys inspected and cleaned.5.  Install a smoke detector in every bedroom and on every floor level, test them monthly, and replace the batteries at least annually. 6.  Install a carbon monoxide detector in your home and check or replace the battery every six months.7.  If you use space heaters, make sure they'll switch off automatically if the heater falls over; plug them into wall outlets, not extension cords; keep them at least three feet from combustible objects; don't leave heaters unattended; and check for cracked or damaged wires or plugs. 8.  Generators, camp stoves, and other devices that burn gasoline or charcoal should be used outdoors only.9.  Learn where to shut off water valves in case a pipe bursts. And 10.  Be careful of overexertion during snow shoveling. More information on preparing for winter weather, fires, and other emergencies is available online from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management, at vaemergency.gov.Next time the forecast calls for snow, freezing rain, or other wintry weather, here's hoping that you can stay warm, dry, and safe.Thanks to Timothy Seaman for permission to use this week's music, and we close with about 25 more seconds of “Mid-winter Etude.”  MUSIC – ~28 sec – instrumental. SHIP'S BELL Virginia Water Radio is produced by the Virginia Water Resources Research Center, part of Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources and Environment.  For more Virginia water sounds, music, or information, visit us online at virginiawaterradio.org, or call the Water Center at (540) 231-5624.  Thanks to Ben Cosgrove for his version of “Shenandoah” to open and close this episode.  In Blacksburg, I'm Alan Raflo, thanking you for listening, and wishing you health, wisdom, and good water. AUDIO NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS “Midwinter Etude,” from the 1996 album “Incarnation,” is copyright by Timothy Seaman and Pine Wind Music, used with permission.  More information about Mr. Seaman is available online at http://timothyseaman.com/en/.  This music was used previously by Virginia Water Radio in Episode 561, 1-25-21. Click here if you'd like to hear the full version (2 min./22 sec.) of the “Shenandoah” arrangement/performance by Ben Cosgrove that opens and closes this episode.  More information about Mr. Cosgrove is available online at http://www.bencosgrove.com.IMAGESSnow and ice on a seasonal pond at Heritage Park in Blacksburg, Va., December 26, 2020.Snow along Toms Creek at Heritage Park in Blacksburg, Va., December 26, 2020.Ice hanging from tree twigs at Heritage Park in Blacksburg, Va., February 20, 2021.EXTRA INFORMATION ABOUT WINTER WEATHER PREPAREDNESS AND FIRE SAFETY On Winter Weather Preparedness The following information is quoted from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management (VDEM), “Winter Weather,” online at https://www.vaemergency.gov/winter-weather/, accessed 11/29/21.Winter storms can range from freezing rain or ice, to a few hours of moderate snowfall, to a blizzard that lasts for several days.  Many winter storms are accompanied by dangerously low temperatures, power outages and unpredictable road conditions.  Before, during, and after a winter storm, roads and walkways may become extremely dangerous or impassable.  Access to critical community services such as public transportation, child care, healthcare providers and schools may be limited.  Preparing your home, car and family before cold weather and a winter storm arrives is critical. Overview for Dealing with a Winter Storm*During a winter storm, stay off the roads as much as possible and only drive when absolutely necessary.  Always give snow plows the right of way. *Never use a generator, grill, camp stove or gasoline, propane, natural gas or charcoal burning device inside your home, garage, basement, crawlspace or any other partially enclosed area. *Snow shoveling is a known trigger for heart attacks!  Always avoid overexertion when shoveling. *When severe weather occurs, plan to check on elderly or disabled neighbors and relatives. *If you must travel, know road conditions before you leave home.  Visit 511Virginia.org or call 511 for road condition updates. *Protect yourself from frostbite!  Hands, feet and face are the most commonly affected areas so wear a hat, mittens (which are warmer than gloves) and cover your mouth with a scarf to reduce heat loss. *Keep dry!  Change out of wet clothing frequently to prevent a loss of body heat. *Wear several layers of loose-fitting, lightweight, warm clothing rather than one layer or heavy clothing.Prepare Your Home *Make sure your home is properly insulated. *Check the weather stripping around your windows and doors. *Learn how to shut off water valves in case a pipe bursts. *Have additional heat sources on hand in case of a power outages. *Keep a fire extinguisher accessible. *Replace the batteries in your carbon monoxide detector annually. Prepare Your Car *Batteries lose power as temperatures drop, be sure to have yours tested. *Check your car's antifreeze level. *Have your radiator system serviced. *Replace your car's windshield wiper fluid with a wintertime mix. *Proactively replace your car's worn tires and wiper blades. *To help with visibility, clean [snow or ice] off your car entirely, including your trunk, roof, windows and headlights. Did You Know?*Dehydration can make you more susceptible to hypothermia.*If it's too cold for you, it's too cold for your pet!  Don't leave pets outside for prolonged periods of time and have plenty of fresh, unfrozen water on hand.*Each year, snow, sleet, slush and/or ice on the road leads to approximately, 537,000 crashes, 136,000 injuries, and 1,800 deaths.*It can snow at temperatures well above freezing*Temperatures do not have to be below zero degrees to cause harmOn Fire SafetyThe following information is quoted from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management (VDEM), “Fires,” online at https://www.vaemergency.gov/fires/, accessed 11/29/21. In just two minutes, a fire can become life-threatening.  In just five minutes, a home can be engulfed in flames. Learn About Fires *Fire is FAST!  In less than 30 seconds a small flame can turn into a major fire. It only takes minutes for thick black smoke to fill a house or for it to be engulfed in flames.*Fire is HOT!  Heat is more threatening than flames. Room temperatures in a fire can be 100 degrees at floor level and rise to 600 degrees at eye level. Inhaling this super-hot air will scorch your lungs and melt clothes to your skin.*Fire is DARK!  Fire starts bright, but quickly produces black smoke and complete darkness.*Fire is DEADLY!  Smoke and toxic gases kill more people than flames do. Fire produces poisonous gases that make you disoriented and drowsy. Asphyxiation is the leading cause of fire deaths, exceeding burns by a three-to-one ratio. Create and Practice a Fire Escape Plan*In the event of a fire, remember that every second counts, so you and your family must always be prepared.  Escape plans help you get out of your home quickly.*Twice each year, practice your home fire escape plan.  Some tips to consider when preparing this plan include:*Find two ways to get out of each room in the event the primary way is blocked by fire or smoke.*A secondary route might be a window onto a neighboring roof or a collapsible ladder for escape from upper story windows.*Make sure that windows are not stuck, screens can be taken out quickly, and that security bars can be properly opened.*Practice feeling your way out of the house in the dark or with your eyes closed.*Teach children not to hide from firefighters.  Smoke Alarms*A working smoke alarm significantly increases your chances of surviving a deadly home fire.*Install both ionization AND photoelectric smoke alarms, OR dual sensor smoke alarms, which contain both ionization and photoelectric smoke sensors.*Test batteries monthly.*Replace batteries in battery-powered and hard-wired smoke alarms at least once a year (except non-replaceable 10-year lithium batteries).*Install smoke alarms on every level of your home, including the basement, both inside and outside of sleeping areas.*Replace the entire smoke alarm unit every 8-10 years or according to manufacturer's instructions.*Never disable a smoke alarm while cooking – it can be a deadly mistake. Smoke Alarm Safety for People with Access or Functional Needs*Audible alarms for visually impaired people should pause with a small window of silence between each successive cycle so that they can listen to instructions or voices of others.*Smoke alarms with a vibrating pad or flashing light are available for the hearing impaired. Contact your local fire department for information about obtaining a flashing or vibrating smoke alarm.*Smoke alarms with a strobe light outside the home to catch the attention of neighbors, and emergency call systems for summoning help, are also available. During a Fire*Crawl low under any smoke to your exit – heavy smoke and poisonous gases collect first along the ceiling.*Before opening a door, feel the doorknob and door. If either is hot, or if there is smoke coming around the door, leave the door closed and use your second way out.*If you open a door, open it slowly. Be ready to shut it quickly if heavy smoke or fire is present.*If you can't get to someone needing assistance, leave the home and call 9-1-1 or the fire department. Tell the emergency operator where the person is located.*If pets are trapped inside your home, tell firefighters right away.*If you can't get out, close the door and cover vents and cracks around doors with cloth or tape to keep smoke out.  Call 9-1-1 or your fire department. Say where you are and signal for help at the window with a light-colored cloth or a flashlight.*If your clothes catch fire, stop, drop, and roll – stop immediately, drop to the ground, and cover your face with your hands.  Roll over and over or back and forth until the fire is out.  If you or someone else cannot stop, drop, and roll, smother the flames with a blanket or towel.  Use cool water to treat the burn immediately for 3 to 5 minutes.  Cover with a clean, dry cloth.  Get medical help right away by calling 9-1-1 or the fire department. Fire Escape Planning for Older Adults and People with Access or Functional Needs*Live near an exit. You'll be safest on the ground floor if you live in an apartment building. If you live in a multi-story home, arrange to sleep on the ground floor, and near an exit.*If you use a walker or wheelchair, check all exits to be sure you get through the doorways.*Make any necessary accommodations, such as providing exit ramps and widening doorways, to facilitate an emergency escape.*Speak to your family members, building manager, or neighbors about your fire safety plan and practice it with them.*Contact your local fire department's non-emergency line and explain your special needs. Ask emergency providers to keep your special needs information on file.*Keep a phone near your bed and be ready to call 911 or your local emergency number if a fire occurs. After a Fire – The following checklist serves as a quick reference and guide for you to follow after a fire strikes.*Contact your local disaster relief service, such as The Red Cross, if you need temporary housing, food and medicines.*If you are insured, contact your insurance company for detailed instructions on protecting the property, conducting inventory and contacting fire damage restoration companies.  If you are not insured, try contacting private organizations for aid and assistance.*Check with the fire department to make sure your residence is safe to enter. Be watchful of any structural damage caused by the fire.  The fire department should see that utilities are either safe to use or are disconnected before they leave the site.  DO NOT attempt to reconnect utilities yourself.*Conduct an inventory of damaged property and items.  Do not throw away any damaged goods until after an inventory is made.  Try to locate valuable documents and records.*Begin saving receipts for any money you spend related to fire loss.  The receipts may be needed later by the insurance company and for verifying losses claimed on income tax.*Notify your mortgage company of the fire. Cooking*Stay in the kitchen when you are frying, grilling, or broiling food. If you leave the kitchen for even a short period of time, turn off the stove.*Wear short, close-fitting or tightly rolled sleeves when cooking.*Keep children away from cooking areas by enforcing a “kid-free zone” of 3 feet around the stove.*Position barbecue grills at least 10 feet away from siding and deck railings, and out from under eaves and overhanging branches. Smoking*Smoke outside and completely stub out butts in an ashtray or a can filled with sand.*Soak cigarette butts and ashes in water before throwing them away. Never toss hot cigarette butts or ashes in the trash can.*Never smoke in a home where oxygen is used, even if it is turned off. Oxygen can be explosive and makes fire burn hotter and faster.*Be alert – don't smoke in bed! If you are sleepy, have been drinking, or have taken medicine that makes you drowsy, put your cigarette out first. Electrical and Appliance Safety*Frayed wires can cause fires. Replace all worn, old or damaged appliance cords immediately and do not run

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Irish and Celtic Music Podcast
St. Patrick's Day Mind-Blowing Tribute #500

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 255:37


Enjoy a mind-blowing St Patrick’s Day Tribute as we celebrate the 500th episode of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. The Tannahill Weavers, Poitin, The Selkie Girls, Doolin', Brad Reid, Jesse Ferguson, Seasons, Flook, Tuatha de Danann, A Shamrock in Kudzu, Colleen Raney, Dun Aengus, The Gatehouse Well, Brigid's Crossing, Andrew D. Huber, 3 Pints Gone, The Flying Toads, Avourneen, Emma Langford, THE DIVINERS, Deirdre Graham, BassPipes, Beth Patterson, Caliceltic Ed Miller, Cady Finlayson, Kinnfolk, The Rowan Tree, Clover's Revenge, Jim Sharkey, Crépuscule, Dublin Abbey, Emerald Accent, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Lissa-Kathe, Claire Roche, Trip McCool, Kellswater Bridge, Old Man Flanagan's Ghost, Medusa's Wake, Lilt, Roads to Home, Skeleton McKee, Katherine Nagy, Stephanie Claussen Dave Howard Coons, Billy Treacy & the Scope, Conleth Kane, Reilly, Tiffany Schaefer, Dylan Walshe, The Wild Irish Roses, The Muckers, Triskele, Poor Man's Gambit, The ipaddies, Eamonn Flynn, Seldom Sober, Heavy Blarney, Kyle Gryphon, Poisoned Dwarf, John McLean Allan/Stand Easy, Marc Gunn, Sam Gillogly I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show on social or with a friend. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. If you hear music you love, buy the albums, shirts, and songbooks, follow the artists on streaming, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. Every week, you can get Celtic music news in your inbox. The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. Just list the show number, and the name of as many bands in the episode as you like. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2021 episode.  Vote Now! THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:00:06 - The Tannahill Weavers "Gordon Duncan Set" from Òrach (The Golden Anniversary) 0:00:29 - Gordon Duncan Set 0:05:08 - WELCOME 0:07:39 - Poitin 0:08:16 - Poitin "Brendan's Reels" from Simple Pleasures 0:12:17 - The Selkie Girls 0:12:53 - The Selkie Girls "Braighe Loch Lall" from Running With the Morrigan 0:16:14 - Doolin’ 0:16:35 - Doolin' "Sailing Across the Ocean" from Doolin' 0:19:23 - Brad Reid 0:19:32 - Brad Reid "The Lame Duck" from The Conundrum 0:22:49 - Jesse Ferguson 0:23:04 - Jesse Ferguson "Lady Franklin's Lament" from Sailor Songs 0:26:53 - Seasons 0:27:27 - Seasons "Cambridge Town" from Seasons 0:30:44 - Flook Sarah 0:30:55 - Flook "Reel for Rubik / Toward the Sun" from Ancora 0:31:13 - Reel for Rubik / Toward the Sun 0:36:14 - Tuatha de Dannan 0:36:29 - Tuatha de Danann "Guns and Pikes" from In Nomine Éireann 0:40:00 - A Shamrock in Kudzu 0:40:25 - A Shamrock in Kudzu "3 The  Humors of Tully Grine" from Foggy Morning 0:42:39 - Colleen Raney 0:42:53 - Colleen Raney "Stand Up for Love" from Here This Is Home 0:46:29 - FEEDBACK 0:47:58 - Harper Denhard Feedback 0:48:14 - Three Pints and a Glass Feedback 0:48:24 - Dun Aengus "Botany Bay" from Down By The Glenside 0:48:34 - Botany Bay 0:51:38 - The Gatehouse Well "Top of the World" from Bring You Ashore 0:51:55 - Top of the World 0:55:34 - Brigid's Crossing "High Cooley's Reel" from The Fall 0:56:15 - High Cooley's Reel 0:59:30 - Andrew D. Huber "Safe Passage Home"  from Safe Passage Home 0:59:50 - Safe Passage Home 1:03:05 - 3 Pints Gone "Donald McGillavry" from Live At The Shamrock Club 1:03:17 - Donald McGillavry 1:06:22 - The Flying Toads "The Flowing Tide?" from Warts 'n All 1:06:51 - The Flowing Tide 1:11:23 - Avourneen "The Wind that Shakes the Barley" from Sparrow 1:11:46 - The Wind that Shakes the Barley 1:14:14 - Emma Langford "Sailor's Wife" from Sowing Acorns 1:14:43 - Sailor's Wife 1:17:39 - THE DIVINERS "Daychovo Horo" from earshot (EP) 1:18:11 - Daychovo Horo 1:20:53 - Deirdre Graham "Air Fàir an Là" from URRANTA 1:21:04 - Air Fàir an Là 1:24:18 - BassPipes "Roots & Reeds" from Single 1:24:50 - Roots & Reeds 1:30:19 - Beth Patterson "Before the Blaze" from Firebrand 1:30:34 - Before the Blaze 1:34:46 - Caliceltic "The Foxes" from Some Kinda EP or Sumthin' 1:35:19 - The Foxes 1:37:27 - CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS 1:37:48 - Ed Miller "The Wark O' the Weavers" from Come Awa' Wi' Me 1:37:53 - The Wark O' the Weavers 1:41:32 - Cady Finlayson "The Earl of Dalhousie's Happy Return to Scotland" from Celtic Purple 1:41:53 - The Earl of Dalhousie's Happy Return to Scotland 1:43:13 - Kinnfolk "Right All Right" from Kinnfolk 1:43:39 - Right All Right 1:46:27 - The Rowan Tree "SS Carthage" from Kolar's Gold 1:46:38 - SS Carthage 1:52:46 - Clover's Revenge "Big Strong Man" from Truants And Absolution 1:53:18 - Big Strong Man 1:55:19 - Jim Sharkey "Mother Jones" from A Lovely Day 1:55:37 - Mother Jones 2:01:19 - Crépuscule "Donald Morrison Set" from Hap and Rowe 2:01:41 - Donald Morrison Set 2:06:13 - Dublin Abbey "Bodhran Man" from Single 2:06:21 - Bodhran Man 2:08:46 - Emerald Accent "June Apple / Blackberry Blossom" from The Oats Field 2:09:20 - June Apple / Blackberry Blossom 2:13:02 - Matt & Shannon Heaton "Where The Moorcocks Crow" from Lovers' Well 2:13:30 - Where The Moorcocks Crow 2:17:36 - Lissa - Kathe  "The Sprite" from Calanais 2:18:05 - The Sprite 2:20:55 - THANKS 2:21:29 - Claire Roche "Dedication" from From Then Until the Here and Now 2:21:44 - Dedication 2:26:36 - Trip McCool "The Selkie Girl" from Hang Me Out to Dry 2:27:14 - The Selkie Girl 2:31:39 - Kellswater Bridge "Archibald MacDonald of Keppoch" from The Proof is in the Pudding 2:31:52 - Archibald MacDonald of Keppoch 2:35:59 - Old Man Flanagan's Ghost "On Yonder Bay" from Far From Shore 2:36:16 - On Yonder Bay 2:38:39 - Medusa's Wake "Lawlor's Lament" from Rascals and Rogues 2:39:05 - Lawlor's Lament 2:42:36 - Lilt "The Price of My Pig / The Coming of Spring / Paddy Fahy's" from X 2:43:13 - The Price of My Pig / The Coming of Spring / Paddy Fahy's 2:46:55 - Roads to Home "The Month of January" from Dark of the Moon 2:47:12 - The Month of January 2:52:00 - Skeleton McKee "When I'm up I Can't Get Down" from Edinburgh Underground 2:52:30 - When I'm up I Can't Get Down 2:56:00 - Katherine Nagy "Lay With Me" from Single 2:56:22 - Lay With Me 2:59:33 - Stephanie Claussen "Planxty Drew / Miss Noble" from The Road Home from Skye: Scottish and Irish Tunes 2:59:46 - Planxty Drew / Miss Noble 3:03:11 -GET MORE FREE MUSIC I hope you enjoyed last week’s 17 For St Patrick’s Day episode. All of the songs in that show will be available for free download for at least a couple years after this podcast goes live. It all happens this Sunday. So mark your calendar. Or just subscribe to our Celtic Music Magazine. And send an email to gift@bestcelticmusic.net for additional freebies. 3:03:33 - Dave Howard Coons "The Emigrant" from Sea Fever 3:03:43 - The Emigrant 3:06:39 - Billy Treacy & the Scope "The Market" from Single 3:06:52 - The Market 3:10:55 - Conleth Kane "Flourish" from Liberty 3:11:40 - Flourish 3:15:37 - Reilly "Paddy Works On the Railway" from Revelry & Regret 3:15:58 - Paddy Works On the Railway 3:19:33 - Tiffany Schaefer "To Drive the Cold Winter Away" from Tara's Halls 3:19:50 - To Drive the Cold Winter Away 3:25:47 - Dylan Walshe "Lady Lee" from All Manner of Ways 3:26:02 - Lady Lee 3:29:01 - The Wild Irish Roses "Jenny Nettles" from Full Bloom 3:29:24 - Jenny Nettles 3:31:47 - The Muckers "Maid of Amsterdam" from The Muckers 3:32:02 - Maid of Amsterdam 3:34:48 - Triskele "I'm a Lass" from The Collar City Uprising (Live) 3:35:35 - Im a Lass (Live) 3:37:35 - Poor Man's Gambit "Rocky Road to Dublin" from Land of Sunshine 3:37:42 - Rocky Road to Dublin 3:43:04 - VOTE IN CELTIC TOP 20 3:43:24 - The ipaddies "The Lonesome Boatman" from Playground 3:43:47 - The Lonesome Boatman 3:47:01 - Eamonn Flynn "Yeah You Right" from Black Coddle 3:47:17 - Yeah You Right 3:51:14 - Seldom Sober "Home Boys Home" from Six Months in Confession 3:51:27 - Home Boys Home 3:54:32 - Heavy Blarney "Heavy Roddy MacCorley" from From Bog To Swamp 3:54:53 - Heavy Roddy MacCorley 3:58:50 - Kyle Gryphon "Broken Down Sport" from Isolation 3:59:05 - Broken Down Sport 4:01:26 - Poisoned Dwarf "Cloudy Bay" from Bolt The Door 4:01:43 - Cloudy Bay 4:05:55 - John McLean Allan/Stand Easy "This Moment" from Stand Easy 4:06:10 - This Moment 4:11:06 - CLOSING 4:12:37 - Marc Gunn, Sam Gillogly "Brandywine River Reel" from Dancing With Hobbits 4:15:53 - ICMP CREDITS WELCOME TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a Celtic musician and podcaster. This show is dedicated to the indie Celtic musicians. Please support these artists. Share the show with your friends. And find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. We have a bit of a different show today. I told my graphic designer, Miranda Nelson, that the St Patrick’s Day show would be the 500th episode of the podcast. She thought about it and came back and asked, “would you mind if I collected some audio feedback from some of the artists on the show.” I said,” sure! That sounds great!” I’ll be honest, I didn’t expect much of a response. But I remembered that she suggested this when I started compiling this 500th episode. She forwarded me some feedback via email. I looked through them and didn’t see any audio. “Oh well,” I thought. “Less than I expected, but that’s fine.” Then I noticed one band mentioned something about including audio in their email. But I never got that. So I emailed and asked Miranda where that audio was. Her response, “it’s in the folder you set up on Google Drive.” Oh yeah! I did do that, didn’t I? I opened up the folder and was floored to find over 60 recordings by Celtic bands wishing me a  happy 500th episode. Wow! Ye know a couple pieces are easy to pop into an episode. But I didn’t think about how to include ALL OF THESE pieces? So what should I do for this show? Instead of me introducing bands and songs, I’m gonna let the artists do it themselves. I will play their congratulations as a way of introducing their music. Course that means if you want to find out the name of the song or tune, you will need to visit the shownotes at CelticMusicPodcast.com or just check your podcatcher. Because each track has a time stamp so you can easily look it up. That said, I’ll have a few moments to break up the music and say hi. But for the most part this is just music and congratulations. I want to thank Miranda Nelson Designs for all of her hard work in making this happen. Miranda has a whole bunch of Celtic shirt designs you should check out at mirandanelsondesigns.com. And I want to thank everyone who has supported this podcast over the past 16 years. And without further adieu, let’s meet the bands. THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out every week. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow. As a patron, you get to hear episodes before regular listeners. When we hit a milestone, you get an extra-long episode. You can pledge a dollar or more per episode and cap how much you want to spend each month over on Patreon. A super special thanks to our newest patrons: Paul Crowley, Cynthia R, Shawn B, Mark B You can become a generous Patron of the Podcast on Patreon at SongHenge.com. TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com Anne Smith emailed a St Patrick's Day photo last year: "Dear Marc, Responding to your request for St. Patrick’s Day photos in the newsletter! My husband and I live in Deep East Texas, but on St. Patrick’s Day Eve, we had the rare and wonderful opportunity to see the Chieftains perform in the nearby town of Tyler, Texas! We wore our Celtic finery (photo attached) and enjoyed a splendid show. We also loved the opening act, an Irish/Americana/folk fusion group called Switchback. Thank you for all you do to promote Celtic music!" Steve Cahill sent a St Patrick's Day photo: "Having a great time holding onto a beautiful night St. Patrick’s Day 2019! Slainte!" Jan Czenkusch sent some St Patrick's Day photos from 2019: "After church we went to our son's soccer game.  Interestingly it was the green team (Celtic Cowboys) against the orange team (don't know their name)."

Unitarian Church of Edmonton (UCE)
A Solstice Celebration - Dec 20, 2020

Unitarian Church of Edmonton (UCE)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2020 48:49


Order of Service for Sunday, December 20, 2020, 10:30 am Solstice Prelude – Solstice Night performed by Chorealis Welcome Land Acknowledgment Opening words – Winter Solstice by Yvonne Mireau Kindling the Chalice - In the Bleak and Cold Winter by Cynthia Landrum Lighting the Advent Wreath Hymn 55# – Dark of Winter Reading - The Meaning of the Solstice by Barbara Wellsten Hove Sharing Our Abundance From You I Receive Reading - Winter Solstice Meditation by Lyn Cox Hymn #123 – Spirit of Life Candles of Care and Concern Music – To Drive the Cold Winter Away performed by Loreena Mckennitt Homily - Let Us Not Wish Way the Winter by Gordon Ritchie Music – Wintry Lullaby performed by Erin Van Der Molin-Pater and Gordon Ritchie Responsive Reading - Winter Solstice Litany by Florence Caplow Closing Words – Reading from John o’Donahue Postlude – To The Green Holly performed by Chorealis Extinguishing the Flame Solstice Prayer by Sara Eileen LaWall Carry the Flame Announcements

Celtic Christmas Podcast
Little Christmas #59

Celtic Christmas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2020 62:22


Spread Christmas Cheer. Listen and Share Christmas music from Celtic musicians. Subscribe at CelticChristmasPodcast.com. Celtic Christmas music from The Jig Is Up, Cynthia Shelhart, Steel Clover, Abbots Cross, Liz Madden, Laura MacKenzie, Reilly, Sharon Shannon, deCeadaoin, Tiffany Schaefer, Emish, Stephanie Claussen, Celtic Woman, Runa, The Selkie Girls This podcast is brought to you by the generosity of our Christmas Patrons. Sign up on Patreon to bring more episodes to your ears every November and December leading up to Christmas. YOUR CELTIC CHRISTMAS MUSIC THIS WEEK 0:04 - "The Little Christmas Set" by The Jig Is Up! from A Penny for the Wren 6:20 - WELCOME CHRISTMAS WELCOME - Welcome to the Celtic Christmas Podcast. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a Celtic musician and host also of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. My goal is to introduce you to Celtic musicians who are making and sharing Christmas music. 6:51 - "That Night in Bethlehem (Don Oíche úd I mBeithil)/Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence" by Cynthia Shelhart from The Night in Bethlehem 10:03 - "Christ Child's Lullaby" by Steel Clover from Season of Love 13:15 - "I Saw Three Ships / Tripping up the Stairs / Blackthorn Stick" by Abbots Cross from Christmas Visions 16:27 - "The First Noel" by Liz Madden from Christmas with Liz Madden 19:42 - "We Wish You a Merry Christmas/Ding Dong Merrily on High" by Laura MacKenzie from Yuletide Bagpipes 22:15 - "Good King Wenceslas" by Reilly from Kick Ass Celtic Christmas 25:49 - GIVING THANKS ** The Celtic Christmas Podcast is now supported by generous people just like you. Your kind pledge of as little as $2 per episode pays for the production and promotion of the podcast, as well as my time in creating it. It allows us to share Christmas Cheer through Celtic culture and music. Bring the gift of Christmas to your ears this year, make a pledge at patreon.com/celticchristmas. CELTIC CHRISTMAS NEWS ** If you enjoy this podcast, you might also enjoy our Joyful Celtic Christmas Music playlist on Spotify. Follow the link in the show notes. ** Want more Celtic Christmas music? I have a webpage dedicated to it with playlists, Christmas albums, videos and more. 27:23 - "Christmas Time Again" by Sharon Shannon from Single 30:38 - "My Darling Asleep/Christmas Eve" by deCeadaoin from unreleased 34:22 - "To Drive the Cold Winter Away" by Tiffany Schaefer from Tara's Halls 40:13 - "What Child Is This" by Emish from Everlasting 42:51 - "The Traveler Benighted in Snow/The Bonfire" by Stephanie Claussen from Light so Brilliant: Carols and Tunes for Christmas 48:03 - "Amid the Falling Snow" by Celtic Woman from The Magic of Christmas 51:45 - "Brightest and Best / Gaudete / Noel Nouvelet" by Runa from The Tide of Winter 57:04 - - NOLLAIG SHONA DAOIBH - If you enjoyed this show, please LIKE and SHARE this episode. If you found a song you loved in this show, I list the show times and URLs for each artist in the notes. Follow the link in the shownotes to support the artists who support this podcast. Buy their music and merch, subscribe to their newsletters, and tell a friend about the great music you found. Finally, subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine. This is the official newsletter of the Celtic Christmas Podcast and the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. It is 100% free to subscribe, and every week, you'll get an inside look into the latest Celtic podcast news. Sign up today, and you can download 34 Celtic MP3s for FREE! 59:00 - "Rug Muire Mac do Dhia" by The Selkie Girls from Winter Lore: Songs of Celtic Christmas Pronunciation: rug meerah mach dah yeer The Celtic Christmas Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. To subscribe, go to Apple Podcasts or to our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $2 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through Christmas music at CelticChristmasPodcast.com. Nollaig Shona Daoibh! #celticchristmas #celticchristmasmusic #littlechristmas

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast
Celtic Christmas Women #489

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2020 131:53


Nollaig shona daoibh! 2-Hours of Celtic Christmas music by female Celtic musicians. It’s the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.  Stephanie Claussen, The Gothard Sisters, Laura MacKenzie, Eira, Celtic Woman, Screaming Orphans, Steel Clover, Sarah Marie Mullen, Jessica Victoria, Heather Alexander, Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy, Aizle & Rioghnach Connolly, Peat in the Creel, A Shamrock in Kudzu, Susan Toman, Jil Chambless, Ed Miller and Scooter Muse, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Heather Dale, Carolina Ceili, Catriona O'Leary, Jennifer Licko, Cherish the Ladies, Liz Carroll, Golden Bough, Four Celtic Voices, Banshee in the Kitchen, Liz Madden, Katie McMahon, Bonnie Rideout, Nancy Daily-Green, Sheri O'Meara, Eileen Ivers, The Poor Clares, Sharon Shannon I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show with ONE friend. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. If you hear music you love, buy the albums, shirts, and songbooks, follow the artists on streaming, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. Every week, you can get Celtic music news in your inbox. The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:01 - "'Twas in the Moon of Wintertime / Ding Dong Merrily On High" by Stephanie Claussen from Light so Brilliant: Carols and Tunes for Christmas 4:01 - WELCOME TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a musician and podcaster. This show is dedicated to the indie Celtic musicians. Please support these artists. Share the show with your friends. And find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. At the end of November, we hit a HUGE milestone for the podcast. We now have over 300 kind souls who donate to the podcast each and every month. They collectively pledge over $800 per episode to make this show happen. I was already planning a Celtic Christmas Women episode. But because of that milestone, I decided to turn it into a 2-hour special. Plus, I’m adding another 2-hour special next month. So in this show I’m gonna share Christmas music by women playing Celtic music. That’s because women don’t get the attention they deserve in the music business in general and in Celtic music either. So I’m gonna highlight these ladies. If you want to find out more about the gender gap in traditional music, check out the non-profit FairPle. They advocate for equal opportunity and balanced representation for all. 5:41 - "Good King Wenceslas" by The Gothard Sisters from Falling Snow 9:37 - "What Child Is This" by Laura MacKenzie from Yuletide Bagpipes 12:13 - "Christmas Is Coming/Red Hair Boy/King's Reel" by Eira from Glen Tidings Liesel Wilson: Vocals, Fiddle, Erhu, Octave Fiddle Sue Spencer: Guitar, Vocals 16:29 - "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" by Celtic Woman from The Magic of Christmas 20:33 - "The Song We Used to Sing" by Screaming Orphans from Single 23:54 - "Christ Child's Lullaby" by Steel Clover from Season of Love Sue Borowski 27:08 - "Patapan" by Sarah Marie Mullen from In the Moon of Wintertime 29:16 - CELTIC CHRISTMAS PODCAST If you’re looking for more Celtic Christmas music, then you should definitely subscribe to the Celtic Christmas Podcast. There are five episodes that we released in 2020. It’s a delightful way to celebrate Celtic culture through Christmas music. And of course, it too is supported by folks like you on Patreon. Subscribe to the podcast at CelticChristmasMusic.net. 30:26 - "Unto Us a Child Is Born" by Heather Alexander from Wintertide 34:40 - "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" by Natalie MacMaster, Donnell Leahy from A Celtic Family Christmas 38:23 - "The Wexford Carol" by Aizle & Rioghnach Connolly from The Wexford Carol 42:56 - "Cutty Wren, Drive the Cold Winter Away" by Peat in the Creel from Winter Alison Myers: Flute 49:12 - "The Coventry Carol" by A Shamrock in Kudzu from Kudzu for Christmas ½ the 6 piece band of ladies 51:40 - "The Sussex Carol" by Susan Toman from Angels on High 54:49 - THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out every week. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow. As a patron, you get to hear episodes before regular listeners. When we hit a milestone, you get an extra-long episode. You can pledge a dollar or more per episode and cap how much you want to spend each month over on Patreon. A super special thanks to our newest patrons: Ben, Pamala D, Vaidah Katz, Phyu K, melsing, Esther W, Hobie W, Dan C, Laura You can become a generous Patron of the Podcast on Patreon at SongHenge.com. 56:41 - "Emanuel" by Jil Chambless, Ed Miller and Scooter Muse from Nollaig Chridheil / Songs of the Christmas Season 1:01:13 - "Dust of Snow" by Matt & Shannon Heaton from Fine Winter's Night 1:05:28 - "Huron Carol" by Heather Dale from This Endris Night 1:09:03 - "Christmas Contra Dance" by Carolina Ceili from Holiday Hooley Laurie Fisher: Fiddler Maggie Anderson: Drums 1:11:16 - "A Virgin Queen in Bethlehem" by Catriona O'Leary from The Wexford Carols 1:16:27 - "Brightest and Best" by Jennifer Licko from The Lights of Christmas 1:19:45 - CELTIC CHRISTMAS PLAYLIST ON SPOTIFY If you enjoy this podcast, you might also enjoy our Joyful Celtic Christmas Music playlist on Spotify. Follow the link in the show notes. Or if you want a fun mix of popular and classic Christmas songs with some Celtic Christmas favorites by me and other Celtic musicians, I have another great playlist that my family listens to each and every year: Fun Christmas Songs for Kids & Families. 1:20:45 - "Oh Come, All Ye Faithful" by Cherish the Ladies from Christmas in Ireland Joanie Madden, Mary Coogan, Mirella Murray, Kathleen Boyle, Nollaig Casey 1:24:07 - "The Jump Ball | Whipple Hill | How We Spent the Christmas" by Liz Carroll from Lake Effect 1:27:36 - "Green Grow the Holly/The Holly and the Ivy Girl" by Golden Bough from Christmas in a Celtic Land Margie Butler: Harp, Vocals Kathy Sierra: Fiddle, Vocals 1:30:56 - "Angels (featuring Celeste Ray)" by Four Celtic Voices from Four Celtic Seasons 1:35:01 - "Christmas in Camelot" by Jessica Victoria from Songs of the Summer Realm 1:37:03 - "Bottom of the Punchbowl Set" by Banshee in the Kitchen from Invite the Light Kat, Jill, Brenda, Kris 1:40:52 - TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ Oh! And if you want more Christmas podcasts from me, I also host the Pub Songs & Stories. I released my “Christmas Elf” a few days ago. It’s a bit more personal podcast. But I have a few Celtic Christmas songs included in the show. Go to PubSong.net. 1:42:33 - "Happy Christmas Christmas Tree" by Liz Madden from Christmas with Liz Madden 1:45:11 - "Christmas Pipes" by Katie McMahon from Celtic Christmas 1:48:51 - "So merry as we have been" by Bonnie Rideout from The Celebration 1:53:28 - "Angels From the Realms of Glory" by Nancy Daily-Green from Celebrating Christmas Yore 1:55:38 - "Bed for the Baby" by Sheri O'Meara from Christmas Light 1:59:02 - "Jigs: Apples in Winter/Frost is All Over/A Merry Christmas" by Eileen Ivers from An Nollaig: An Irish Christmas 2:03:13 - "The Holly Bears a Berry" by The Poor Clares from The Poor Clares: Songs for Midwinter Betsy McGovern: vocals Beth Patterson: vocals, bouzouki 2:06:05 - CLOSING I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show with ONE friend. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. If you hear music you love, buy the albums, shirts, and songbooks, follow the artists on streaming, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. Every week, you can get Celtic music news in your inbox. The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 In two weeks, I am pleased to release the Celtic Top 20 for 2020. Every year, I ask you to vote for your favorite songs in each show. It’s very easy to do. The polls are closed for the year. And I’m taking off next week for Christmas Eve. On New Years’ Eve, I will release the best songs and artists of 2020. I hope you will help me spread the word. 2:08:28 - "Christmas Time Again!" by Sharon Shannon from Christmas Time Again! The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. To subscribe, go to Apple Podcasts or to our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/. #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com

Celtic Christmas Podcast
Celtic Christmas Teaser #55

Celtic Christmas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2020 36:01


Spread Christmas Cheer. Listen and Share Christmas music from Celtic musicians. Subscribe at CelticChristmasPodcast.com. Celtic Christmas music from Angus Mohr, Don Grieve, The Irish Rovers, Marc Gunn, Alexander James Adams, The Wee Heavies, Matthew Young, Celtic Woman This podcast is brought to you by the generosity of our Christmas Patrons. Sign up on Patreon to bring more episodes to your ears every November and December leading up to Christmas. YOUR CELTIC CHRISTMAS MUSIC THIS WEEK 0:02 - "Coventry Carol/Drive the Cold Winter Away" by Angus Mohr & Friends from A Christmas Pageant 9:17 - CHRISTMAS WELCOME - Welcome to the Celtic Christmas Podcast. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a Celtic musician and host also of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. My goal is to introduce you to Celtic musicians who are making and sharing Christmas music. If you are one such artist, or you know of one, please submit your music to the podcast. It’s very easy to do. Just complete the permission form at 4celts.com. If the music is podsafe, I will purchase it and add it to one of our upcoming shows. The sooner you submit music, the more likely you’ll be included this year. Now the Podcast is supported by listeners like you. So today, I bring you a teaser episode, I will share a little bit of music. But I also want to let you know how you can get four more great, full-length Celtic Christmas episodes for 2020 through your generous patronage. I’ll tell you more about it after we play some music… 10:23 - "The Winter Has Passed" by Don Grieve from Tribute to Robert Burns 13:13 - "Christmas Morning" by The Irish Rovers from Merry Merry Time of Year 15:58 - CHRISTMAS PATRONS - The Celtic Christmas Podcast is supported by generous people just like you. Your kind pledge of as little as $2 or more per episode pays for the production and promotion of the podcast, as well as my time in creating it. It allows me to share Christmas Cheer through Celtic culture and music. It’s all handled through Patreon. Sign up at patreon.com/celticchristmas. I want to thank our Christmas Song Hengers. These incredible people pledge $10 or more per episode. They are the backbone of this podcast. And they also get a bonus podcast where I share more about the artists in each episode. Thanks to Nancy Wilson, Jan & Jim Czenkusch, Juliette Ling, Carol Baril Carol also had a song request for this episode. 16:52 - "The Scottish King of Christmas" by Marc Gunn from Celtic Christmas Greetings 19:06 - “It's In Every One of Us" by Alexander James Adams from Wintertide 23:37 - HARD CORE CELTS - While our Christmas Song Hengers are the backbone to the podcast because of their large pledge. Everyone who contributes, even the smallest amount, is essential. Our Hardcore Celts plege $5 or more per episode. And that is just incredible. Thank you for helping spread Christmas cheer. Thanks to Przemyslaw Kacprzak, Sharon Powers, James Martin, Aaron Dent, Laura Simpson, Trevor N. Teuscher, Craig, Michelle Knee, Jennifer, Mark Albright, Leo Notenboom 24:29 - "Hailmary, Gentle Woman" by The Wee Heavies from A Christmas Minding 27:11 - "Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake" by Matthew Young from Waking the Wren 30:40 - NOLLAIG SHONA DAOIBH - If you enjoyed this show, please LIKE and SHARE this episode. Then follow the link in the shownotes to support the artists who support this podcast. Buy their music and merch, subscribe to their newsletters, and tell a friend about the great music you found. Finally, subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine. This is the official newsletter of the Celtic Christmas Podcast and the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. It is 100% free to subscribe, and every week, you'll get an inside look into the latest Celtic podcast news. Sign up today, and you can download 34 Celtic MP3s for FREE! 32:01 - "Dia Do Bheatha" by Celtic Woman from The Magic of Christmas Pronunciation: Dee-a Du Va(as in Van)-ha The Celtic Christmas Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. To subscribe, go to Apple Podcasts or to our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $2 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through Christmas music at CelticChristmasPodcast.com. Nollaig Shona Daoibh! #celticchristmas #celticchristmasmusic

Renaissance Festival Podcast
Hall of Fame Inducties

Renaissance Festival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2019 60:01


FEATURING   Owain Phyfe Charliey The Prayrmaster Judith Pentar and Barbara Barge Jaun Glare Bob Bielefeld  C. Wayne Owens Dream Fountain Craig o'Farrington Mallory & McCall Cross Rogues Charlie MacGowan   VISIT OUR SPONSORS:   Louisiana Renaissance Festival Renaissance Magazine The Ren Cruise   SONGS Drive the Cold Winter Away by Owain Phyfe from the album Voice & Vihuela 3 Little Drummers by Charliey The Prayrmaster from the album Tripping Up the Stairs The Fool by Judith Pentar and Barbara Barge from the album Earth to Sky Pat-A-Pan by Jaun Glare from the album Jaun Glare's Christmas Magic Carolans Dream by Bob Bielefeld from the album Russell Cook Be Brilliant by Be Brilliant from the album Seymore Says Dream Fountain by Dream Fountain from the album The Obligatory Self-Titled Debut Blue upon Blue by Craig o'Farrington from the album Blue Upon Blue Nautical Tale by Mallory & McCall from the album Previously Unreleased Recording Royal Oak by Cross Rogues from the album Another Round  Risin' Of The Moon by Charlie MacGowan from the album Although I'm Gone LINKS   The Renaissance Festival Bawdy Show The Q.U.A.S.O.R. Podcast Pirate Directory for a listing of all things piratical. The Ren List for a listing of all Renaissance Festivals HOW TO LISTEN Apple Spotify Pandora Podbay Listennotes     CREDITS Blooper Songs  Nathan Deese (Blooper Songs) HOW TO CONTACT US   Post it on Facebook Email us at renfestpodcast@gmail.com Call or text the castle at 478- castles (227-8537)

The Catholic Culture Podcast
Episode 59 - The Glorious English Carol

The Catholic Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2019 113:55


This is a love letter to the great English Christmas carols, from “There Is No Rose” to “The Boar's Head”. Did you know that not just any Christmas song is a carol? The true carol, in all its earthy splendor, is a distinctive product of the Catholic middle ages. Yet our forefathers didn't limit caroling to Christmas: they wrote carols for every season of the year covering the entire story of our Redemption, not to mention secular topics at times. This episode explores the origin of carols in England, their cultural meaning, and how they were suppressed by the Puritans and were revived in modern times. And of course, you'll hear a lot of great music throughout, ranging from historically informed performance to modern arrangements! Links Erik Routley, The English Carol https://www.amazon.com/English-Carol-Erik-Routley/dp/0837169895 Andrew Gant, The Carols of Christmas https://www.amazon.com/Carols-Christmas-Celebration-Surprising-Favorite/dp/0718031520 All music in this episode used with permission from the recording artist and/or label. Agincourt Carol, Alamire https://www.amazon.com/Deo-Gracias-Anglia-Alamire/dp/B008L1GZUO Nowell sing we both all and some, Quire Cleveland https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/quirecleveland2 Gabriel From Heaven's King, Quire Cleveland https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/quirecleveland2 A Virgin Most Pure, Stairwell Carolers https://www.stairwellcarollers.com/en/o-magnum-mysterium/ Coventry Carol, Harry Christophers and the Sixteen, available on the CORO record label at https://thesixteenshop.com/ Bedfordshire May Carol, Shirley Collins https://mainlynorfolk.info/shirley.collins/records/withinsound.html Remember O Thou Man, The King's Singers https://www.amazon.com/Remember-O-Thou-Man/dp/B073JZN754 Wassail (Gloucestershire Wassail, arr. Vaughan Williams), Quire Cleveland https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/quirecleveland4 Green Growth the Holly, Early Music New York—Frederick Renz, Director https://www.earlymusicny.org/a-renaissance-christmas My Dancing Day, Robert Shaw Chorale https://www.amazon.com/Songs-Angels-Christmas-Hymns-Carols/dp/B000003D0G Drive the Cold Winter Away, Owain Phyfe and the New World Renaissance Band https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/nwrb In the Bleak Midwinter, Quire Cleveland https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/quirecleveland2 Lullay My Liking (Holst), HSVPA Madrigal Singers (Houston, TX) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mw81DCQ3HhI A Hymn to the Virgin (Britten), VOCES8 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B077GC4QVT/ref=dm_ws_sp_ps_dp There is no rose, Quire Cleveland https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/quirecleveland2 Thanks to all, but especially to Ross W. Duffin for his generosity with Quire Cleveland's back catalogue! Also recommended: A Waverly Consort Christmas: From East Anglia to Appalachia https://www.amazon.com/Waverly-Consort-Christmas-Anglia-Appalachia/dp/B000002SRK Other non-famous carols mentioned: Seven Virgins (The Leaves of Life); This Endris Night; Tempus adest floridum (Good King Wenceslas); Kingsfold (I heard the voice of Jesus say); The Cherry Tree Carol; Masters In This Hall; The Golden Carol; Snow in the Street; New Prince, New Pomp This podcast is a production of CatholicCulture.org. If you like the show, please consider supporting us! http://catholicculture.org/donate/audio

Celtic Christmas Podcast
Oiche Chiuin (Silent Night) #54

Celtic Christmas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2019 62:51


Spread Christmas Cheer. Listen. Share. Subscribe. CelticChristmasPodcast.com. Celtic Christmas music from Matt & Shannon Heaton, The Gothard Sister, Carolina Ceili, Jennifer Licko, Cherish the Ladies, The Barra MacNeils, Irish School of Music, Harper Denhard, The Jig Is Up!, Seamus Kennedy, Rosanne Cash, Jim Sharkey, Prydein, The Grenaways, Marc Gunn, The Selkie Girls This podcast is brought to you by the generosity of our Christmas Patrons. Sign up on Patreon to bring more episodes to your ears every November and December leading up to Christmas. YOUR CELTIC CHRISTMAS MUSIC THIS WEEK 0:04 - "Away in a Manger" by Jil Chambless, Ed Miller and Scooter Muse from Nollaig Chridheil / Songs of the Christmas Season 3:12 - CHRISTMAS WELCOME - Welcome to the Celtic Christmas Podcast. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a Celtic musician and host also of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. My goal is to introduce you to Celtic musicians who are making and sharing Christmas music. 3:48 - "Top of the Bow" by Matt & Shannon Heaton from Fine Winter's Night 7:19 - "Gloomy Winter" by The Selkie Girls from Winter Lore: Songs of Celtic Christmas 10:27 - "On A Cold Winter's Day" by David Pedrick from Wintertide EP 12:32 - "The Holly and the Ivy" by Alexander James Adams from Wintertide 15:30 - "Good King Wenceslas/Gooding Carol" by A Shamrock in Kudzu from Kudzu for Christmas 17:20 - "Christ Child's Lullaby" by The Wee Heavies from A Christmas Minding 21:33 - "Cutty Wren/Drive the Cold Winter Away" by Peat in the Creel from Winter 27:46 - CELTIC CHRISTMAS NEWS ** The Celtic Christmas Podcast is now supported by generous people just like you. Your kind pledge of as little as $2 per episode pays for the production and promotion of the podcast, as well as my time in creating it. It allows us to share Christmas Cheer through Celtic culture and music. Bring the gift of Christmas to your ears this year, make a pledge at patreon.com/celticchristmas. ** If you enjoy this podcast, you might also enjoy our Joyful Celtic Christmas Music playlist on Spotify. Follow the link in the shownotes. ** Want more Celtic Christmas music? I have a webpage dedicated to it with playlists, Christmas albums,videos and more. ** If you find a song in this show that you love, you can find out more about the artist by visiting the shownotes at CelticChristmasPodcast.com. I list the show times and URLs for each artist in the notes. 29:18 - "In the Bleak Midwinter" by Jennifer Cutting's Ocean Orchestra from Song Of Solstice: Celtic Music For Midwinter 34:40 - "Torches" by Sarah Marie Mullen from In the Moon of Wintertime 36:48 - "I Wonder As I Wander" by Betsy McGovern from The Poor Clares: Songs for Midwinter 40:00 - "Peace Carol" by Carolina Ceili from Holiday Hooley 44:19 - "Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake" by Eira from Glen Tidings 48:29 - "Lo How a Rose" by Susan Toman from Angels on High 51:13 - "Christmas at the Pub" by Lexington Field from Single 54:16 - "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" by Heather Dale from Spark 57:12 - NOLLAIG SHONA DAOIBH - If you enjoyed this show, please LIKE and SHARE this episode. If you found a song you loved in this show, follow the link in the shownotes to support the artists who support this podcast. Buy their music and merch, subscribe to their newsletters, and tell a friend about the great music you found. Finally, subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine. This is the official newsletter of the Celtic Christmas Podcast and the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. It is 100% free to subscribe, and every week, you'll get an inside look into the latest Celtic podcast news. Sign up today, and you can download 34 Celtic MP3s for FREE! 58:23 - "Oiche Chiuin (Silent Night)" by The Jig Is Up! from A Penny for the Wren This show is brought to you by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. Promote Celtic culture through Christmas music at CelticChristmasPodcast.com. Nollaig Shona Daoibh! #celticchristmas #silentnight #oichechiuin #celticchristmasmusic

Renaissance Festival Podcast

VISIT OUR SPONSORS: Louisiana Renaissance Festival Renaissance Magazine The Ren Cruise SONGS Keel Row performed by Bob Bielefeld from Around the Ancient Oaks Country Dances performed by Celtic Stone from Druid Wood PalaMakia performed by VaNa MaZi from Live Recording Skillywidden performed by Cantiga from Live Scarborough 2013 Lark in the Morning performed by Axel the Sot from Back to the Sea Moses Freed the Slaves performed by Ky Hote from Mantras and Diatribe Bridget Cruise performed by Sarah Mullen from We Brought the Summer With Us" Ships A Sallin'-The Dawn-Drowsie Maggie performed by Russell Cook from Timeless Drive the Cold Winter Away performed by from Live Recording - Owain Phyfe Tribute Concert Shining Clear March performed by Gypsy Guerilla Band from Ernie's Pot o' Gold Torne Torne performed by from Live Recording - Owain Phyfe Tribute Concert Ddoi di Dai performed by Owain Phyfe and the New World Renaissance Band from Live Scarborough 2012 Hobart's Transformation-Cluck Old Hen performed by Bob Bielefeld from Around the Ancient Oaks Guid Nicht An Joy Be Wid Ye All performed by The Burly Minstrels from Go Merrily LINKS  The Renaissance Festival Bawdy Show The Q.U.A.S.O.R. Podcast Pirate Directory for a listing of all things piratical. The Ren List for a listing of all Renaissance Festivals CREDITS Blooper Songs  Nathan Deese (Blooper Songs) The Moat  Scoundrels Inn HOW TO CONTACT US  Post it on Facebook Email us at renfestpodcast@gmail.com Call or text the castle at 478- castles that is (478) 227-8537

Greater Boston
Episode 25: But Perhaps There is a Key

Greater Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2018 38:20


Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason with recording and technical assistance from Marc Harmon.  You can support Greater Boston on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/GreaterBoston. Content warnings at end of show notes. CAST In order of appearance, this episode featured: Braden Lamb as Leon Stamatis (he/him) James Johnston as Dimitri Stamatis (he/him) Kristen DiMercurio as Fake Nica (she/her) Alexander Danner as The Narrator (he/him) James Oliva as Michael Tate (he/him) and James Capobianco as Dipshit Poletti (he/him) Also featuring: Kenny Garcia as Greene (he/him) Rick Zieff as Lawyer (he/him) Greg Shea as Darby (he/him) Ben Flaumenhaft as Uriah Connolly (he/him) Interviews with real Greater Boston Residents.   MUSIC Charlie on the MTA recorded by Emily Peterson and Dirk Tiede Drive the Cold Winter Away performed by Adrienne Howard, Emily Perterson and Dirk Tiede Inexplicable Riddles theme by Dave Fernandez Drums by Jim Johanson Archibald MacDonald of Keppoch performed by Dirk Tiede   Additional music and sounds used from public domain and creative commons sources.   Episode transcripts are posted online at GreaterBostonShow.com   If you’re enjoying Greater Boston, please consider donation to our Patreon campaign, where you can receive early access to new episodes, exclusive annotated transcripts, and Patron-only bonus audio! CONTENT WARNINGS Strong Language Emotional instability Severe, sudden grieving Imprisonment  Belief in scientology

Renaissance Festival Podcast
Milestone Show - Three Hundred Episodes - A Look Back

Renaissance Festival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2018 158:11


VISIT OUR SPONSORS: Louisiana Renaissance Festival Renaissance Magazine CHECK OUT OUR OTHER PODCASTS The Renaissance Festival Bawdy Show The Q.U.A.S.O.R. Podcast Song #1 - When I Was A Maid performed by Tania Opland & Mike Freeman from Choice Faire heard on show The First Show # 1 Song #2 - Dragonborn (Theme from Skyrim) performed by Celtica Fae from Debut Album heard on show Rosenvolk German Medieval Festival # 298 Song #3 - Mingulay Boat Song performed by BOOM from Prepare to be Boarded heard on show Song #4 - Spanish Ladies performed by Pride O' Bedlam from Refit heard on show Song #5 - Call Of The Sea performed by Sirens' Song from Starlight And Shadow heard on show New Music # 290 Song #6 - Love Is A Verb performed by Carl Asch from Songs Of The Open Road heard on show Love Song Show # 289 Song #7 - Come Take a Trip on the Quasor performed by Marc Gunn and Written by Nicholas London from SINGLE heard on show Song #8 - Better Than You performed by Bell Book & Canto from Poor Life Choices heard on show New CDs of 2016 # 279 Song #9 - Where, Oh Where, Art Thou Tonight performed by Boogie Knights from Many A Sleepless Knight heard on show Chuck’s Filk Show # 278 Song #10 - Spancil Hill performed by Chris Gray from Fuist heard on show Shakespeare Approves # 276 Song #11 - Raggle Taggle Gypsies performed by Jackdaws from On the Lash heard on show Round Table at The Louisiana Renaissance Festival # 273 Song #12 - Rainbow Blues performed by Blackmore's Knight from A Ghost of a Rose heard on show The Lady’s Show # 270 Song #13 - Why Does Love...? performed by Merry Measure from Faire Warning heard on show Love Songs at Faire # 265 Song #14 - Itches In Me Britches performed by Interpreters, The from And We're Back! heard on show Instrumental and A Capella # 264 Song #15 - If I Were a Blackbird performed by Bardmageddon from Crows and Kings heard on show General Show # 263 Song #16 - German Clock-Winder performed by Bramblebush from Songs From The Glade heard on show Ken Went to the Faire # 262 Song #17 - One Last Song performed by Molly and the Tinkers from The Best Of Molly & The Tinker, Vol. 2 heard on show 11th Anniversary Drinking Show. # 261 Song #18 - Parting Glass performed by Medieval Fair of Norman, OK from Last Huzzah! heard on show Medieval Fair of Norman OK # 257 Song #19 - Beggar's Song,Rigadoo performed by Water Street Bridge from Hard Times heard on show Celts at the RenFest # 252 Song #20 - Drive the Cold Winter Away performed by Porter & Stout from Christmas on the Cutlass heard on show Song #21 - Traveling Minstrels performed by Rowan & the Rose from Friendly Traveling Minstrels heard on show Round Table at the Louisiana Renaissance Festival # 248 Song #22 to 79 are Patreon Songs: To hear theses songs with no commercial interruptions go to Patreon and help us reach our next 100 episodes. Song #80 - Star of the County Down performed by Season's Melody from The Crossroads Faire heard on show # 124 Song #81 - Kilkelly (Cedric's Farewell) performed by Bedlam Bards from Furious Fancies heard on show # 112 Song #82 - Bonny Rollin' Sailor performed by Limey Birds from Yo-Ho heard on show # 109 Song #83 - King Of Ballyhooley performed by Chuckawalla Rhythm Kings from No Bedrolls Or Backpacks heard on show # 106 Song #84 - What Do You Do With A Drunken Duckie? performed by Neidfyre from Waddles From The Sea heard on show # 100 Song #85 - Step It Out Mary performed by Tullamore from Timber & Stream heard on show # 97 Song #86 - Johnny Jump-Up performed by Gallamor the Bard from Drive By Barding heard on show # 88 Song #87 - Wilder(er) Rover Blues performed by Bret Blackshear from Fingers, Frets and Fire heard on show # 85 Song #88 - Enchantment of Fairies performed by Cantiga from Once Upon A Time heard on show # 79 Song #89 - Farmors Polska performed by Wolgemut from Momento heard on show # 76 Song #90 - Pavanne performed by Cast In Bronze from Spirit Of The Bells heard on show # 64 Song #91 - General Taylor performed by Dregs from Our Drunk Goes To Eleven heard on show # 61 Song #92 - Humors of Whiskey performed by Jesse Linder from The Bramble and the Rose heard on show # 55 Song #93 - Sardinia Song performed by Tortuga Twins from Big, Bad Wolf Show...Live! heard on show # 46 Song #94 - Pirate's Life performed by Shantyman from Pirate's Life heard on show # 43 Song #95 - Burn the Bodice performed by Joni Minstrel from Jomi Minstrel and the Revolution Against The Monarchs heard on show # 40 Song #96 - Goddess Within performed by Counterfeit Bards from Bard From This Hall heard on show # 37 Song #97 - Where Is The Renassance performed by Pirate Comedy Show from Pirate Comedy Show Album heard on show # 31 Song #98 - Isn't It Grand performed by 3 Pints Gone from One More Round heard on show # 28 Song #99 - 3 Song performed by Craig o'Farrington from Blue Upon Blue heard on show # 19 Song #100 - Health to the Company performed by Brobdignagian Bards from A Faire To Remember heard on show # The First Show # 1 MINIONS: Honorary Minion - Jesse Linder Honorary Minion - Brad Boucher Tony The Tinker The Lookout Chamber Maid Joe Ken Matt Fugli Serena Captain LINKS Pirate Directory for an listing of all things piratical. The Ren List for a listing of all Renaissance Festivals HOW TO CONTACT US Post it on Facebook Email us at renfestpodcast@gmail.com Call or text the castle at 478- castles that is (478) 227-8537

Greater Boston
Episode 23: On the Advice of Mary Wollstonecraft

Greater Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2017 36:35


Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason with recording and technical assistance from Marc Harmon.   You can support Greater Boston on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/GreaterBoston.   Content warnings at end of show notes.   ANNOUNCEMENT Good news! We now have official Greater Boston merchandise! You can get Greater Boston posters illustrated by the voice of Leon Stamatis himself, Braden Lamb! Coffee mugs featuring Braden’s poster art or Mallory’s immortal line: “The willow lark fucks a scone by moonlight,” or postcards featuring fan art of the Stamatis siblings, illustrated by Grace Parker! All of that is available through our shop at GreaterBostonShow.com.   CAST In order of appearance, this episode featured: Alexander Danner as The Narrator (he/him) Braden Lamb as Leon Stamatis (he/him) James Capobianco as Dipshit Poletti (he/him) Summer Unsinn as Charlotte Linzer-Coolidge (she/her) Jessica Washington as Isabelle Powell (she/her) Lydia Anderson as Gemma Linzer-Coolidge (she/her) Kelly McCabe as Nica Stamatis (she/her) Julia Propp as Louisa Alvarez (she/her) Jeff Van Dreason as Chuck Octagon (he/him) and Johanna Bodnyk as Mallory (she/her)  Interviews recorded with Greater Boston residents.   MUSIC Charlie on the MTA is performed by Emily Peterson and Dirk Tiede. Drive the Cold Winter Away performed by Adrienne Howard, Emily Peterson and Dirk Tiede. Archibald MacDonald of Keppoch performed by Dirk Tiede.   Some sound effects and music used from public domain and creative commons sources.   Episode transcripts will be posted online at GreaterBostonShow.com.   Content Warnings Strong language Discussion of systemic racism Emotional distress

Greater Boston
Episode 19.5: The Fortress of Solitude

Greater Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2017 11:51


Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason, with recording and technical assistance from Marck Harmon. You can support Greater Boston on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/GreaterBoston. Content warnings at end of show notes. If you’re enjoying Greater Boston, please take a moment to rate and review us on iTunes. CAST This episode featured: James Johnston as Dimitri Stamatis (he/him) Drive the Cold Winter Away and Snow Ban recorded by Adrienne Howard, Emily Peterson, and Dirk Tiede. Episode transcripts are posted online at GreaterBostonShow.com. Content Warnings: Distant gunfire

Greater Boston
Episode 17.5: A Solitary Coconut Tree

Greater Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2017 11:03


Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason with recording and technical assistance from Marc Harmon.  You can support Greater Boston on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/GreaterBoston. Content warnings at end of show notes. You can support Greater Boston by pledging to our Patreon campaign, where you can get early access to new episodes, annotated transcripts, and bonus audio, among other rewards. CAST This episode featured: James Johnston as Dimitri Stamatis MUSIC Spanish Ladies and Drive the Cold Winter Away recorded by Emily Peterson and Dirk Tiede Transcripts are posted online at GreaterBostonShow.com. Content Warnings Non-violent use of a firearm.

Celtic Christmas Podcast
Twelve Days of Celtic Christmas #47

Celtic Christmas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2016 31:25


It's less than a week away from your Celtic Christmas. Enjoy Christmas music from Natalie MacMaster, Donnell Leahy, Heather Dale, The Gothard Sisters, The Irish Rovers, Mark O'Connor, Sheri O'Meara, Locklin Road, Legacy with Jim Flanagan, Julia Lane, Catriona O'Leary Welcome to the Celtic Christmas Podcast, helping you celebrate Christmas with Celtic musicians. The Celtic Christmas Podcast is brought to you through the generosity of the Patrons of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Subscribe to the podcast on our Celtic Christmas Music website.   This Week’s Celtic Christmas Music 0:19 "Twelve Days of Christmas" by Natalie MacMaster/Donnell Leahy from A Celtic Family Christmas 4:16 "To Drive the Cold Winter Away" by Heather Dale from Spark 7:36 "Christmas Flower" by The Gothard Sisters from Falling Snow 11:41 "Christmas at The Ale House" by The Irish Rovers from Merry Merry Time Of Year 15:03 "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" by Mark O'Connor from Appalachian Christmas 17:04 "What Child Is This?" by Sheri O'Meara of Locklin Road from Christmas Light 20:55 "Holly Bears a Berry" by Legacy With Jim Flanagan from An Irish Christmas: Songs and Music of West Cork 23:13 "Jesus Rest Your Head" by Julia Lane from Angels We Have Heard On High 26:08 "This Is Our Christmas Day" by Catriona O'Leary from The Wexford Carols You can support this podcast by become a patron of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast or buy one of our two Celtic Christmas albums. While you're there subscribe to Celtic Music Magazine. This is our free newsletter and your guide to the latest Celtic podcast news. Subscribe today to download 34 Celtic MP3s for free. Then support the artists who support this podcast: buy their CDs, download their MP3s, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Celtic Christmas Podcast. Spread the holiday cheer. Like and Share this podcast. Tell your friends to visit CelticChristmasMusic.net. Merry Christmas!

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast
Irish & Celtic Christmas #287

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2016 63:24


Merry Christmas with Irish & Celtic Christmas music from The Irish Rovers, The Gothard Sisters, Jennifer Licko, Cherish the Ladies, Eddie Biggins, Caitriona O'Leary, Rosanne Cash, Rose and Thistle Band, Haggis Rampant, Heather Dale, De Ceadaoin, Irish School of Music, Golden Bough, Celtic Woman, The Barra MacNeils, Steel City Rovers.  Do you support Celtic music, then subscribe to our Celtic Music Magazine. This is our free newsletter and your guide to the latest Celtic music and podcast news. Subscribe today to download 34 Celtic MP3s for free. Please rate the show on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher. Remember to support the artists who support this podcast: buy their CDs, download their MP3s, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. And remember to Vote in the Celtic Top 20 to help me create next year's Best Celtic Music 2016 episode. Today's show is brought to you by Celtic Invasion Vacations Travel will change your life. It opens your eyes to the mysterious and makes historical events come alive. In 2017, you can experience the culture, history and legends of Brittany with the next Celtic Invasion Vacation. You'll join a small group of 8 invaders who love Celtic music and culture like you. Brittany is one of the seven Celtic nations and is located in Northwest France. Watch replay of my Free Webinar on "Breaking Down the Celtic Travel Barrier". Join the invasion and watch the replay at celticinvasion.com.   Notes: * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. * If you want to enjoy more Celtic Christmas music, the Celtic Christmas Podcast is has three new shows out this year. There over forty episodes with hours of free Christmas music and entertainment from Celtic musicians. Go to celticchristmasmusic.net to subscribe. * I want to send out a big thanks to the patrons of the podcast. Your generous pledge of as little as $1 per episode pays for the production of this podcast as well as my time in producing the show. You get a personal podcast feed where you can listen to the show before regular subscribers, occasional extended editions of the show, and my deepest thanks. When we hit a milestone, you get a 2-hour special. You can help decide the next milestone by becoming a patron. Thanks to our newest patrons: 3rd Coast Celtic, Woodland Bard, Kirsten Nelson. Become a patron today to celebrate Celtic culture through music. * I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK: What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Call 678-CELT-POD to leave a voicemail message. That's 678-235-8763.   This Week in Celtic Music 0:37 "Christmas Morning" by The Irish Rovers from Merry Merry Time of Year 4:13 "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing" by The Gothard Sisters from Falling Snow 9:37 "Soilse na Nollag" by Jennifer Licko from The Lights of Christmas 14:20 "O Christmas Tree/Road Dust Slip Jigs" by Cherish the Ladies from Christmas in Ireland 19:21 "Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake" by Eddie Biggins from To Drive the Cold Winter Away 22:31 "Behould Three Kings" by Caitriona O'Leary Rosanne Cash from The Wexford Carols 26:49 "The Cherry Tree Carol" by Rose and Thistle Band from Celtic Christmas 30:43 "Canon in D" by Haggis Rampant from Burly! Haggis Rampant Plugged IN 34:07 "Two Cornish Carols" by Heather Dale from Spark 37:44 "Christmas Eve" by De Ceadaoin from Savor the Notes 43:39 "Don Oiche Ud I Mbeithil" by Irish School of Music from Winter Air 47:41 "The O'Rourke's Feast" by Golden Bough from Christmas in a Celtic Land 51:57 "Joy to the World" by Celtic Woman from Voices of Angels 55:21 "Children's Winter" by The Barra MacNeils from The Christmas Album 59:18 "Christmas Eve Reverie" by Steel City Rovers from Grand Misadventures VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20. It's easier than ever to do. Just list the show number, and the name of one or two bands. That's it. You can vote once for each episode help me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2016 episode. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. To subscribe, go to iTunes or to our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at celticmusicpodcast.com.

Celtic Myth Podshow
CMP Special 17b Spring Holiday 2010 Part 2

Celtic Myth Podshow

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2010 68:00


Great 18th Century Scots story and The Isle of Many Gods This is the second half of our Spring Seasonal Special. You can hear the second half of our epic 18th century tale from Scotland - the Wife or the Wuddy, four great pieces of music, a listener poem and a truly informative piece from the book, The Isles of Many Gods by David Rankine and Sorita D'Este. Full Show-notes, with all credits, can be found on our main Website at http://celticmythpodshow.com/spring2010b Running Order: Intro 0:41 News & Views 1:17 To Drive the Cold Winter Away by Samantha Gillogly 04:04 The Isle of Many Gods, Pt.1 by David Rankine & Sorita D'Este 6:52 Believe by Jenna Greene 13:15 The Wife or the Wuddy by John Mackay Wilson 19:30 Dagda by Andrew Hinkinson-Hodnett 44:15 The Isle of Many Gods, Pt.2 by David Rankine & Sorita D'Este 46:45 The Greenwood Grove by Damh the Bard 54:55 Promo - Digital Magic by Philippa Ballantine 1:01:16 Nines by the Pentacle Drummers 1:03:06 Out-takes 1:06:08 We hope you enjoy it! Gary & Ruthie x x x Released: 9th April 2010, 1h 9m It's always great to hear from you! Email garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com, or leave us a message using Speakpipe   News & Views We talk some of the new features that can be found on the website. First, there's the Confused...? Start Here page and we ask if you have any better ideas for names for this page. We also mention that we've got a Skype answerphone set up so that you can leave messages for us or possibly talk to us if we're here. Add 'celticmythpodshow' to your contacts list and you can leave a message for us. If you want the message to be personal and not go on the air, just say Personal message and we'll respect that. :) We also mention that we have added a 'Donate' button to the front page as several people have asked us to do. We thank Colleen and James for their gifts so far. It really is much appreciated - it helps us save up to fix broken equipment that much quicker. Thank you so much! :) We also mention that we've been nominated for the European Podcast Awards in the hope that you might feel inclined to vote for us. You can vote once per day if you wish. The nominations stage closes at the end of July, we believe, and the results aren't announced until September.   To Drive the Cold Winter Away by Samantha Gillogly Sam is a fabulous artist and frequent contributor to the show. Here she has played 'To Drive the Cold Winter Away' for us and we read her favourite verse for her in the show and print it below. When not practicing, performing, or composing, Gillogly’s off hours are spent writing fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and experimenting in painting, drawing and calligraphy. She is a published writer in multiple formats, and has been a contributing critic to The Green Man Review, an online arts and culture magazine, and now writes on Celtic Arts and Culture for Examiner.com. Her favourite culinary pursuit is brewing her infamous triple-espresso coffee, known to those who've dared taste it as "Viola Varnish". You can find out more about Sam on her website or on our Contributor Page. You can also read her wonderful Celtic articles on her Examiner.com site.   The Isle of Many Gods by David Rankine & Sorita D'Este Isles of the Many Gods : An A-Z of the Pagan Gods & Goddesses worshipped in Ancient Britain during the first millenium through to the Middle Ages: A ... Britain During the First Millennium CE. The Isles of the Many Gods brings together, for the first time, information on the worship of these deities in Britain, in an easy to use A-Z. It includes both the native & immigrant gods & goddesses, from well known gods like Apollo, Brigit, Freya, Herne, Isis, Mars & Woden to lesser known ones like Abandinus, Arianrhod, Genii Cucullati, Midir, Vitiris & the Wheel God. You can find out more about the book or buy it from Avalonia Books or Amazon. Find out more about Avalonia on their website or on our Contributor Page.   Believe by Jenna Greene Jenna Greene is a Celtic Pagan singer-songwriter and harpist. Her songs are inspired by hope and healing, following bliss, nature mythology, the law of attraction and the little miracles in everyday life. Believe: "I wrote this song for my daughter and all children-at-heart. It is about a magical friendship between a fairy and a human child. The fairy teaches the child to always believe in herself and in her dreams. This song has become my personal anthem. I end every concert with Believe to remind myself and my audience that believing is the magic that creates reality." Jenna can be found on Myspace, but her own website provides lots of useful information. You can find out more details about Jenna on her Contributor Page on our website.   The Wife or the Wuddy by John Mackay Wilson This story is the second part of a tale, "The Wife or the Wuddy' by Mr Wilson who was famed for collecting hundreds of tales from the Scottish Borders. I think they went up to about volume 23! This story is a little lengthy, and is the main reason that we split this Holiday Special into two parts. The first part of the story can be heard in Episode SP17a. If you find the accents or the vocabulary somewhat difficult to follow, then please follow along with the text which you can find at Project Gutenberg listed below.  You can read the original of this book on Project Gutenberg.   Dagda by Andrew Hinkinson-Hodnett I wrote the first version of my poem Dagda back in October 2004, and the verses were shortly afterwards used in casting a sacred circle to invoke the male aspect of the Divine. Dagda is an Old God, an important figure in Irish mythology and a High King of the Tuatha Dé Danann. He is important to many Pagan paths including Druidry. Dagda is sometimes connected in people’s minds to the Green Man whose face adorns old churches, and while there appears to be no evidence I can find to confirm that link as real it is nevertheless one that I myself intuitively make. The version of the poem I present to you today was extensively revised just as a gloriously hot pink and baby blue dawn broke on this very morning in 2009. I only realised when the reworking was finished that it is exactly five years and two months after the original was committed to paper. I hope you enjoy reading, and feel free to make use of the poem in your own ritual invocations (but as ever please acknowledge the poet’s copyright, and do not republish anywhere else). The image above is the Dagda on the Gundestrup Cauldron, courtesy of Wiki. You can read more from Andy on his fascinating blog and poetry site, The Spicy Cauldon.  [Source and the full text of the poem]     The Greenwood Grove by Damh the Bard This song, The Greenwood Grove, comes from Damh's second album - The Hills they are Hollow which is available on his website, at CD Baby or in iTunes. For more details about Damh - his music and his work, have a look at his website, paganmusic.co.uk or our Contributor Page.   Promo - Digital Magic by Philippa Ballantine Digital Magic is the sequel to Chasing the Bard- the award winning podcast novel–written by New Zealand author Philippa Ballantine. "Penherem is a quaint, sleepy English village where people go to escape the 21st Century. Hiding from the world of laptop computers, the Internet, and wireless communication, is Ella. A writer, now barren of ideas and drive, she resigns herself to a quiet life of solitude. Everything changes with the arrival of a shapeshifting thief. Suddenly, everyone begins to change–from the local librarian to the lady of the manor–revealing their true natures and dangerous secrets. Something in this sleepy English village is awakening… something that might be better left alone." You can follow the Digital Magic blog or subscribe to the podcast. You can also find the podcast in iTunes. The story is also available in print form.   Nines by The Pentacle Drummers "The Pentacle Drummers' livery has always been green and red. Our tatter coats and face paint help lend a theatrical touch to events. Sometimes it seems that we live our 'Life in Tatters'. At the Herstmonceux and Michelham Priory Medieval Festivals we enter into the spirit of the events by adopting full medieval attire. At bonfires we adopt a much darker look. You will recognise us by our more sombre black gothic costumes and makeup, some wicked hats and a plethora of glowsticks." [Source] You can find out more about the Drummers on their website or on our Contributor Page.   Get EXTRA content in the Celtic Myth Podshow App for iOS, Android & Windows Contact Us: You can leave us a message by using the Speakpipe Email us at: garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com. Facebook fan-page http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow, Twitter (@CelticMythShow) or Snapchat (@garyandruth), Pinterest (celticmythshow) or Instagram (celticmythshow)   Help Spread the Word: Please also consider leaving us a rating, a review and subscribing in iTunes or 'Liking' our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow as it helps let people discover our show - thank you :) If you've enjoyed the show, would you mind sharing it on Twitter please? Click here to post a tweet! Ways to subscribe to the Celtic Myth Podshow: Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Special Thanks Diane Arkenstone The Secret Garden. See her Contributor page for details. Kim Robertson The Hangman's Noose. See her Contributor page for details. Jigger Time Ticks Away. See her Contributor page for details. Keltoria, Tides of Time from Shadows & Stone. See the Contributor page for details. Aka Jules, Backlight from Whatever It Takes and Concerns from Whenever It Happens. See the Contributor Page for details. Ant Neely, Every Boy Needs a Hero from Not Fit for Human Consumption. See the Contributor page for details. Armolithae, Magic in the Air from Beneath an Iron Star. See the Contributor page for details. Jem, Maat: La Danse du Pharoan from Regression. See the Contributor page for details. Joulien Boulier, Espace Bessin and Pollen Harp from Erable. See the Contributor page for details. Evan, Rever..peut etre pt 4 from Rever... Peut-etre... See the Contributor page for details.   For our Theme Music: The Skylark and Haghole, the brilliant Culann's Hounds. See their Contributor page for details.   Extra Special Thanks for Unrestricted Access to Wonderful Music (in Alphabetic order) Anne Roos Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of her masterful music to Anne Roos. You can find out more about Anne on her website or on her Contributor page. Caera Extra Special thanks go for permission to any of her evocative harping and Gaelic singing to Caera. You can find out more about Caera on her website or on her Contributor Page. Celia Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of her wonderful music to Celia Farran. You can find out more about Celia on her website or on her Contributor Page. Damh the Bard Extra Special thanks go to Damh the Bard for his permission to use any of his music on the Show. You can find out more about Damh (Dave) on his website or on his Contributor page. The Dolmen Extra Special thanks also go to The Dolmen, for their permission to use any of their fantastic Celtic Folk/Rock music on the Show. You can find out more about The Dolmen on their website or on our Contributor page. Keltoria Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of their inspired music to Keltoria. You can find out more about Keltoria on their website or on their Contributor page. Kevin Skinner Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of his superb music to Kevin Skinner. You can find out more about Kevin on his website or on his Contributor page. Phil Thornton Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of his astounding ambient music to the Sonic Sorcerer himself, Phil Thornton. You can find out more about Phil on his website or on his Contributor Page. S.J. Tucker Extra Special thanks go to Sooj for her permission to use any of her superb music. You can find out more about Sooj on her website or on her Contributor page. Spiral Dance Extra Special thanks go for permission to use Adrienne and the band to use any of their music in the show. You can find out more about Spiral Dance on their website or on their Contributor page. We'd like to wish you 'Slán Go Foill!', which is Irish for 'Goodbye', or more literally 'Wishing you safety for a while'!      Save Save