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Rock / World Music
Performer: Alan Stivell
Title: Celtic Rock
Style: Folk Rock
Year 1973
Country Germany
Label Vertigo
Catalog Number 6325 251
Genre: Rock / World Music
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 234
MP3 size: 1733 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Album

Alan Stivell - Celtic Rock mp3


1Susy Mac Guire
2Ian Morrison Reel
3An Hani A Garan
5Maro Ma Mestrez
7A Dro Nevez
8She Moved Through The Fair
9Brezhoneg' Raok
10Can I Melinydd
11Oidhche Mhaith


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
6325 304Alan Stivell Chemins De Terre ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Fontana6325 304France1973
6325 304Alan Stivell From Celtic Roots/Chemins De Terre ‎(LP, Album)Fontana6325 304Ireland1973
7259 038Alan Stivell Chemins De Terre ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Dol)Fontana7259 038ItalyUnknown
9120 208Alan Stivell From Celtic Roots... ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Philips9120 208Australia1973
6325 251Alan Stivell Celtic Rock ‎(LP, Album, RE)Vertigo6325 251GermanyUnknown


  • Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Dulcimer, Psaltery, VocalsGabriel Yacoub
  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, VocalsDan Ar Bras
  • Arranged ByStivell (tracks: A1 to B2, B4 to B6)
  • Bagpipes, Bombarde, Drums [Scottish]Bagad Bleimor
  • Bass, VocalsJean-Luc Hallereau
  • DrumsMichel Santangelli
  • EngineerDominique Blanc Francard
  • Fiddle, VocalsRené Werneer
  • Harp [Celtic], Lead Vocals, Bagpipes, Flute [Irish], Mellotron, Timpani, HarmoniumAlan Stivell
  • Organ, PianoPascal Stive
  • ProducerFranck Giboni
  • Spoons, VocalsMarie Yacoub
  • TablaMichel Delaporte
  • VocalsElyane Werneer, Mireille Werneer
  • Written-ByA. Stivell (tracks: B3), P. McLeod (tracks: A2), Trad. (tracks: A1, A3 to B2, B4 to B6)


  • Rights Society: GEMA/PM
  • Matrix / Runout (runout side A; stamped): 10 AA 6325251 1Y 320 C 1
  • Matrix / Runout (runout side B; stamped): 10 AA 6325251 2Y 320 B 1


  • Recorded At – Studio Hérouville



Listen free to Alan Stivell Celtic Rock Susy Mac Guire, Ian Morrison Reel and more. 10 tracks 34:36. From the early 1970s, he revived global interest in the Celtic specifically Breton harp and Celtic music as part of world music. As a bagpiper and bombard player, he modernized traditional Breton music and singing in the Breton language. He was the precursor of Celtic rock. He is inspired by the union of the Celtic cultures and is a staunch defender of. Alan Stivell. Celtic Rock. Celtic, Folk Rock music - Slainte - Tartalo Music - Celtic music Folk music - Продолжительность: 3:09 Tartalo. Scottish Pipes & DrumsAlbannach Rock 1972. Album by Alan Stivell. An Dro Nevez. was covered in. Emerald is the 23rd album by Breton musician Alan Stivell, released in 2009. The album celebrates Stivell's 40-year career Emerald wedding since 1970's Reflets Reflections, his first album as a singer. It's a return to the roots, a return to the violin and to folk-rock Chemins de Terre, and both an ever innovative approach, playing on electric harp and bagpipes prototypes and in musical arrangements that are as eclectic as they are original. Folk Rock. Type Album. Released date 01 January 2007. Labels Universal Music Group. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album3. Sally Free and Easy. Songs in album Alan Stivell - Renaissance Of The Celtic Harp 1971. Alan Stivell - Ys. Alan Stivell - Marv Pontkalleg. Alan Stivell - Extracts From Penllyn Manuscript Of Harp Music. Alan Stivell - Eliz Iza. Alan Stivell - Gaeltacht. Alan Stivell - Ap Huw Penllyn. Alan Stivell - Caitlin Triall. Alan Stivell - Port Ui Mhuirgheasa. Alan Stivell - Airde Cuan. Alan Stivell - Na Reubairean. Alan Stivell - Mélodie Manxoise. Alan Stivell: Breton and Celtic musician and singer, recording artist, and master of the Celtic harp. From the early 1970s, he revived global interest in the Celtic harp and Celtic music as part of world music. Breton and Celtic musician and singer, recording artist, and master of the Celtic harp. To my taste any Alan Stivell album is a treat. This one is a different flavor from most of the others and is very enjoyable. Read more. One person found this helpful. Scott Andrews. Stivell Alan in uno dei suoi primi capolavori. Disegna melodie antiche e moderne con le sue arpe. Un buon lavoro. Da ascoltare sempre. Un invito all'Ascolto

Folk raged in Germany in the early seventies, so this release seems logical enough. Previous Stivell LP's were only available as an import in Germany. Undoubtedly this is one of his best and this serves as a record that makes it clear why Stivell almost singlehandedly succeeded in carving an international niche for folk (rock) from Brittany. Apart from the almost pugnacious rock track Brezohoneg' rock, a convincing incentive to speak the native language of Brittany, it is traditional material almost throughout, but presented in a unique and strictly personal manner. Stivell's main instrument is the celtic harp and he uses this in itself quiet instrument with great elasticity and verve. The elegant guitars of Dan Ar Bras dominate the finely honed arrangements. The Breton material is powerful and full of uncommon twists, a far cry from the diluted versions for tourists in places like Vannes and Lorient. All tracks are filled with a combination of down-to-earth and even gritty directness with celestial widths and etherical visions, a combination that made Stivell a national hero after an exhausting career. The importance of Stivell for Breton culture cannot easily be overestimated.