BRIGHID - MOTHER GODDESS OF IRELAND   © 2012 Jo Jayson

BRIGHID - MOTHER GODDESS OF IRELAND © 2012 Jo Jayson - all Celtic women were expected to be the fire keepers of their families. If the fire went out, that was her greatest failure. This was even true for the Goddess Brighid!

" You Raise Me Up"    Celtic Woman HD   Absolutely BEAUTIFUL   2nd only to Josh Gorbin!  Give me chills every time I listen to it!

" You Raise Me Up" Celtic Woman HD Absolutely BEAUTIFUL . Another one of my favorite groups to listen to to unwind, and relax.

Watch the “Celtic Woman” quartet sing “O Holy Night” in the most angelic way possible | Rare

The Voice Season 13, Episode 23: Results, updates (December 5, 2017)

Celtic Woman / Chloe Agnew - ''O Holy Night'' - my favorite of all christmas songs is o holy night. This is a beautiful version but my favorite is still the church choir.

This is one of my favorite pieces of music, but I had never heard it done with voices before! Absolutely beautiful! --Celtic Woman - Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring (live)

This is one of my favorite pieces of music Absolutely beautiful! --Celtic Woman - Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring (live)

Máiréad Nesbitt's http://www.maireadnesbitt.com/  Fiddle Player  [ Current Celtic Woman Member ]

Máiréad Nesbitt is an Irish classical and Celtic music performer, most notably as a fiddle player and violinist. She is currently the fiddler for the group Celtic Woman."I've seen Celtic Woman, they're amazing!

Boudica - Queen of the British Iceni Tribe, a Celtic tribe who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire in 60 AD. Cassius Dio says that she was "possessed of greater intelligence than often belongs to women", that she was tall and had hair described as red, reddish-brown or tawny hanging below her waist. She had a harsh voice and piercing glare, and habitually wore a large golden necklace (perhaps a torc), a many-coloured tunic, and a thick cloak fastened by a brooch.

Boudica: Queen of the Iceni Tribe of Britain. She led an uprising against the occupying Roman forces. Was reputed to be a red-haired beauty, too. It is thought now that Boudica never existed but was just a personification of Britain in its early uprisings

Celtic Woman left to right: Mairead nesbitt, Lisa Lambe, Chloe Agnew, Susan McFadden.

Celtic Woman left to right: Mairead Nesbitt, Lisa Lambe, Chloe Agnew, Susan McFadden. A Christmas Celebration December

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