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Máire Breatnach - Branohm - The Voyage Of Bran

Máire Breatnach - Branohm - The Voyage Of Bran
Performer: Máire Breatnach
Title: Branohm - The Voyage Of Bran
Country: Ireland
Style:Celtic, Folk
Released: 1994
Catalog number: SCD 394
Label: Starc Records
MP3 album szie: 1699 mb
FLAC album size: 2428 mb


1Inis Sui
3An Tiolar Firean
4Ohm Ripples
9Tir Na Mban
10Manannan Mac Lir
11Lament For Nechtan


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SCD 394Máire Breatnach Branohm - The Voyage Of Bran ‎(CD, Album)Starc RecordsSCD 394Ireland1994
UND 53094Máire Breatnach The Voyage Of Bran ‎(CD, Album)Celtic Heartbeat, UniversalUND 53094Europe1995
MBCALA103CDMáire Breatnach The Voyage Of Bran ‎(CD, Album)Cala MusicMBCALA103CDIreland1994
UD-53094Máire Breatnach The Voyage Of Bran ‎(CD, Album)Celtic Heartbeat, UniversalUD-53094US1995
7567-82734-2Máire Breatnach The Voyage Of Bran ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic, Celtic Heartbeat7567-82734-2Germany1994


  • AccordionSharon Shannon (tracks: 3, 11)
  • Acoustic BassTrevor Hutchinson (tracks: 2, 3, 5)
  • Bodhrán, Djembe, Bendir, Cowbell, PercussionTommy Hayes (tracks: 2, 3, 7, 10, 12)
  • BouzoukiNiall Ó Callanain (tracks: 10, 12)
  • CelloAdele O'Dwyer (tracks: 5, 8)
  • Composed By, Arranged By, ProducerMáire Breatnach
  • Flute [Tinder flute], Low WhistleCormac Breatnach (tracks: 3, 4, 7, 8, 12)
  • GuitarMark Kelly (tracks: 7, 11), Stephen Cooney (tracks: 3, 8, 12)
  • HarpNoreen O'Donoghue (tracks: 2, 5, 7, 11)
  • Piano, Vocals, KeyboardsLiam Ó Maonlaí (tracks: 5, 6)
  • SaxophoneCarl Geraghty (tracks: 12)
  • Uilleann PipesRonan Browne (tracks: 2, 7, 10)
  • Viola, Fiddle, Keyboards, Wind Chimes, VocalsMáire


Same label/cat # of Máire Breatnach - Branohm - The Voyage Of Bran, but different cover.


  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): B00234-01 Made by KAO Ireland
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): B00234-02 MANUFACTURED BY KAO IRELAND


  • Made By – KAO Ireland
  • Manufactured By – KAO Ireland

Short intro

The Voyage of Bran Irish: Immram Brain , meaning The Voyage of Bran is a medieval 8th-century Irish language narrative. The content derives from Irish mythology, but it was written in the 8th-century. Some Irish tale-lists categorise the tale as an Echtra Adventure, but it contains the essential elements of an Immram, or Voyage. It may have influenced the later story of Saint Brendan's voyage. The concept of voyage has been widely used across the world in that. Máire Breatnach. Voyage of Bran. Maire Breatnach, a respected Irish fiddle player and composer, draws inspiration for The Voyage of Bran from a pre-Christian mythic tale of quest and displacement. The music blends Celtic with classical, three Gaelic vocal pieces with instrumentals, in a technically sound performance. But the recipe has been sweetened and kneaded to the point of an airy souffle, leaving little play for passion or substance. Surprisingly, given her reputation, it's the violin and fiddle playing that strikes one as most mundane here. Voyage of Bran - Продолжительность: 5:34 Brendan Perry - Topic Recommended for you. Listen free to Máire Breatnach Branohm: The Voyage of Bran Bran, Inis Sui Isle Of Joy and more. 12 tracks 42:05. Album 1994 12 Songs. Release group by Máire Breatnach. the Tempo of the tracks from Branohm: The Voyage Of Bran 1994 by Máire Breatnach. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM 0, with tempos within the 113-113BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing. Tracklist Branohm: The Voyage of Bran. Inis Sui Isle of Joy. Marie Breatnach: The Countess CathleenWomen of the Sidhe, Slip into Spring, Riverdance и другие песни. The Voyage of Bran. 1995 - 12 songs. More albums from Máire Breatnach. Celtic Lovers. Angels Candles. Branohm: The Voyage of Bran. Maire Mreatnach - The Voyage of Bran - Celtic Heartbeat release. Song Title. Not Available. This is one of my favorite CDs, every emotion is expressed here, joy that makes you happy, joy that makes you cry, I was listening to Voyage of Bran one day during the sunset and it was as if the music orchastrated the sun's departure, from one peice to the next into a thunder storm and once again drew me back to. a view of the sun's final descent with the light and jazzy Ohm Ripples. I highly recommend this for all celtic music lovers and beyond Also her Celtic Lovers album is another five stars in my book Read more. 10 people found this helpful