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The Celtic Twins

The Celtic Twins
Location Kent
Starting from £420.00

The Celtic Twins are twin sisters. The music performed originates from Ireland, Scotland and beyond and moves imaginatively from high energy reels and jigs to sublime harmony singing. It is especially for their singing that The Celtic Twins are rightfully admired and respected. A rare gift of almost uncanny intuition flavours their arrangements of songs both traditional and contemporary. The traditional tunes are delivered with passion, fire, style and flair. The Celtic Twins play ancient music set very much in our times.

*The Celtic Twins have toured in Europe, New Zealand and the UK with a string of festivals. Plus, television and radio play from Europe to Japan*

** Seasonal Specials **

The Celtic Twin Carollers
Add a dash of Dickens to your festive celebrations! Bedecked in eye-catching Victorian caroller costumes, The Celtic Twins perform a rich songbook of popular Victorian Christmas carols, uplifting tunes & timeless wassails arranged with strong vocal harmonies, Celtic harp, guitar and fiddle. Ideal for private parties, corporate events, shopping centres, street events, Christmas fayres and switching on the lights. Costume optional.

New Year’s Eve / Hogmanay Hootananny
Celebrate Hogmanay in true traditional style with songs, strathspeys, schottisches, jigs and reels galore; not to mention Auld Land Syne, The Parting Glass and a whole host of popular songs. The Celtic Twins can be booked as a duo / trio / 4 piece band. For a ceilidh led by an experienced caller bring on the bigger line-up with ‘String Ceilidh Band’.

St Patrick’s Day
The perfect choice for cultural centres, pubs, clubs, restaurants & parties with an extensive repertoire of traditional and favourite Irish songs and tunes. Highly experienced musicians, authentic instruments; from duo through to 5 piece band. Very popular so book early to avoid disappointment.

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Song List

The Celtic Twin's repertoire includes Traditional Celtic, Eastern European, contemporary upbeat and 'Waterboys' / 'Corrs' style music.

Repertoire:  (this is just a small sample selection)

Tunes:

  • Jig of Slurs / Bill Wards
  • The Gold Ring
  • Calliope / Kesh Jig
  • The History Man
  • Spootiskerry / High Road to Linton
  • Haste to the Wedding / Sixpenny Money / Morrison’s
  • Tamarind
  • The Maple Leaf / Green Groves of Erin / Baluga
  • Jug of Punch / Paddy Fahy’s / The Woman I Never Forgot
  • Mountain Road / Cooley’s
  • Maries Wedding / Horses Brawl
  • Bear Dance
  • John Ryan’s Polka / Dennis Murphy’s
  • Rocky Road to Dublin / Kid on the Mountain
  • The Hungry Rock
  • Floating to Skerry / Pipe on the Hob / Lark in the Morning
  • Silver
  • The Lonesome Boatman
  • Kitchen Girls / Full Rigged Ships
  • The Rights of Man
  • Jacky Tar /The Peacock’s Feather / Castle Kelly 
  • King of the Fairies / Farewell to Erin
  • St Anne’s Reel / the Ash plant / Silver Spear
  • Lilting Banshee / Killavil jig / Cliffs of Moher
  • Julia Delaney’s / Ships are Sailing
  • New Market Polkas / Ballydesmond Polka

Songs:

  • Fisherman’s Blues
  • Galway Girl
  • The Littlest Birds
  • Cinnamon & Caramel
  • Caledonia
  • Rescue Me
  • Part of the Process
  • Bitter the Parting
  • Tell Me What You See In Me
  • Banks of the Nile
  • Too Close to the Wind
  • Song to the Siren
  • Next Market Day
  • Caleb Meyer
  • Slow Shuffle Dry Shuffle
  • Killing the Blues

And for Irish events such as parties, gatherings, etc and of course St. Patrick’s Day:

  • Galway Girl
  • Black is the Colour
  • Fields Of Athenry
  • Leaving of Liverpool
  • Willie McBride 
  • Raglan Road
  • Black Velvet Band
  • Song for Ireland
  • Dirty Old Town
  • Molly Malone
  • Whisky in The Jar
  • Wild Rover
  • Spancil Hill
  • Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For (U2)
  • Runaway (The Corrs)  
  • Wild Mountain Thyme
  • Ride On
  • Danny Boy