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The release of this album with its fusion of classical, traditional folk and rock music, its mixture of instruments (cello, harp, electric guitar, traditional and modern drums) and its evocation of a utopian atmosphere and vision of humans in harmony with nature, immediately set it as a benchmark in the Celtic music revival of the 1970s.
Harp – Alan Stivell. Recorded at Studio des Dames, Paris. Renaissance De La Harpe Celtique (LP, Album, RE). Fontana, Philips.
Renaissance de la Harpe Celtique or Renaissance of the Celtic Harp is a 1972 record album by the Breton master of the Celtic harp Alan Stivell that revolutionised the connection between traditional folk music, modern rock music and world music.
People who hear this record are never the same again. Renaissance of the Celtic Harp, one of the most beautiful and haunting records ever made, introduced the Celtic harp to many thousands of listeners around the world.
Alan Stivell (born Alan Cochevelou January 6, 1944) is a world-renowned Breton musician, singer, recording artist and master of the Celtic harp. From the early 1970s Stivell revived global interest in the Celtic (specifically Breton) harp and Celtic music as part of world music. Stivell was born in the Auvergnat town of Riom, France, and specialises in traditional Breton and Celtic music.
Alan Stivell album bestography. Higher ranked This album (19,792nd) Lower ranked (58,317th) -Renaissance Of The Celtic HarpCeltic Symphony. Listen to Renaissance Of The Celtic Harp on YouTube. Renaissance Of The Celtic Harp track list. Your feedback for Renaissance Of The Celtic Harp.
2 people found this helpful. This album arguably sounds more "Celtic" than his other albums, because on his other work he sometimes sings in French and even his Breton Gaelic has a French flavor to it, different from the accents heard in Scotland and Ireland. 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.
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Alan "Stivell" Cochevelou, Celtic harp, Scotish bagpipes, Irish flute, bombard, arrangements. With: - Dan Ar Braz, electric & acoustic guitars - Gilles Tinayre, organ - Mig Ar Biz, bombard - Alain Cloatre, bombard - Stephane Wiener, viola - Gabriel Bauvais, viola - Paul Hadjaje, viola - Pierre Cheval, viola - Jean Huchot, cello - Henri Delagarde, cello - Manuel Recasens, cello - Jean-Marc Dollez, acoustic bass - G�rard Levavasseur, bass - G�rard Salkowsky, bass - Guy Cascales, drums - Yann Fanch Ar Merdy, Scottish drums - Michel.
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|91 20 138||Alan Stivell||Renaissance De La Harpe Celtique (LP, Album, RE)||Fontana, Philips||91 20 138||Spain||1979|
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|FDM 36190-2||Alan Stivell||Renaissance De La Harpe Celtique (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Disques Dreyfus, Fontana||FDM 36190-2||France||2001|
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