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Celtic Christmas music from Angus Mohr, Don Grieve, The Irish Rovers, Marc Gunn, Alexander James Adams, The Wee Heavies, Matthew Young, Celtic Woman
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0:02 - "Coventry Carol/Drive the Cold Winter Away" by Angus Mohr & Friends from A Christmas Pageant
9:17 - CHRISTMAS WELCOME - Welcome to the Celtic Christmas Podcast. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a Celtic musician and host also of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. My goal is to introduce you to Celtic musicians who are making and sharing Christmas music.
If you are one such artist, or you know of one, please submit your music to the podcast. It’s very easy to do. Just complete the permission form at 4celts.com. If the music is podsafe, I will purchase it and add it to one of our upcoming shows. The sooner you submit music, the more likely you’ll be included this year.
Now the Podcast is supported by listeners like you. So today, I bring you a teaser episode, I will share a little bit of music. But I also want to let you know how you can get four more great, full-length Celtic Christmas episodes for 2020 through your generous patronage.
I’ll tell you more about it after we play some music…
10:23 - "The Winter Has Passed" by Don Grieve from Tribute to Robert Burns
13:13 - "Christmas Morning" by The Irish Rovers from Merry Merry Time of Year
15:58 - CHRISTMAS PATRONS - The Celtic Christmas Podcast is supported by generous people just like you. Your kind pledge of as little as $2 or more per episode pays for the production and promotion of the podcast, as well as my time in creating it. It allows me to share Christmas Cheer through Celtic culture and music.
It’s all handled through Patreon. Sign up at patreon.com/celticchristmas.
I want to thank our Christmas Song Hengers. These incredible people pledge $10 or more per episode. They are the backbone of this podcast. And they also get a bonus podcast where I share more about the artists in each episode.
Thanks to Nancy Wilson, Jan & Jim Czenkusch, Juliette Ling, Carol Baril
Carol also had a song request for this episode.
16:52 - "The Scottish King of Christmas" by Marc Gunn from Celtic Christmas Greetings
19:06 - “It's In Every One of Us" by Alexander James Adams from Wintertide
23:37 - HARD CORE CELTS - While our Christmas Song Hengers are the backbone to the podcast because of their large pledge. Everyone who contributes, even the smallest amount, is essential. Our Hardcore Celts plege $5 or more per episode. And that is just incredible. Thank you for helping spread Christmas cheer.
Thanks to Przemyslaw Kacprzak, Sharon Powers, James Martin, Aaron Dent, Laura Simpson, Trevor N. Teuscher, Craig, Michelle Knee, Jennifer, Mark Albright, Leo Notenboom
24:29 - "Hailmary, Gentle Woman" by The Wee Heavies from A Christmas Minding
27:11 - "Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake" by Matthew Young from Waking the Wren
30:40 - NOLLAIG SHONA DAOIBH - If you enjoyed this show, please LIKE and SHARE this episode. Then follow the link in the shownotes to support the artists who support this podcast. Buy their music and merch, subscribe to their newsletters, and tell a friend about the great music you found.
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32:01 - "Dia Do Bheatha" by Celtic Woman from The Magic of Christmas
Pronunciation: Dee-a Du Va(as in Van)-ha
The Celtic Christmas Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. To subscribe, go to Apple Podcasts or to our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $2 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through Christmas music at CelticChristmasPodcast.com. Nollaig Shona Daoibh!