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Who is Alan Stivell?
Alan Stivell is a Breton, and a Celtic musician and singer, recording artist and master of the Celtic harp who from the early 1970s revived global interest in the Celtic harp and Celtic music as part of world music.
- also known as Stivell, Alan; Alan Stivel
- born on (72 years ago) in Riom
- ethnicity: Bretons
- member of musical groups:
- genre: Celtic music
- albums: "Olympia", "Renaissance de la harpe celtique", "Chemins de terre", "Trema'n inis (vers l'île)", "Celtic Symphony", "Tir na n-og: Symphonie celtique", "The Mist of Avalon", "Again", "Live in Dublin", "Brian Boru", "Zoom 70/95", "1 Douar", "A Portrait of Alan Stivell", "Back to Breizh", "Au delà des mots", "E langonned (A Langonnet)", "Journée à la maison", "Master série", "Harpes du nouvel âge", "Reflets", "Légende", "In Dublin", "Before Landing", "Explore", "International Tour - Tro ar bed", "Telenn geltiek", "Terre des vivants", "Parcours", "Alan Stivell", "Emerald", "Ar Pep Gwellañ", "40th anniversary - Olympia 2012"
- official website: www.alan-stivell.com
"Alan Stivell" is a musical album of Alan Stivell.
- released on (14 years ago)
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by John Shepherd, David Horn, Dave Laing, Paul Oliver, Peter Wicke
The harp revival blossomed in Brittany under the impetus of multi-instrumentalist Alan Stivell. Stivell almost single-handedly brought traditional Breton and other Gaelic music to the attention of French and international audiences and, indeed, ...
Fourth Edition by Stephen Cushman, Clare Cavanagh, Jahan Ramazani, Paul Rouzer
and the internationally famous Alan Stivell. After the Middle Breton ...
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