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BRYN O LYN - (by Michael Silvestri)  Year: 2008
Michael Silvestri This is a traditional Celtic Harp tune arranged for for guitar. There are two nylon string guitars featured in this original rendition. The parts weave and intertwine for a hypnotic effect. The modality of this tune helps add to the evocative and haunting feeling of this composition. Instrumental, European, Ireland
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Full Track - European, Ireland
273379 3:10 Med Slow 88   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Bryn O Lyn
Catalog ID: 273379  ISRC: US5UL0721473
Description: This is a traditional Celtic Harp tune arranged for for guitar. There are two nylon string guitars featured in this original rendition. The parts weave and intertwine for a hypnotic effect. The modality of this tune helps add to the evocative and haunting feeling of this composition.

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Artist or Group: Michael Silvestri

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Keywords: The music calls forth visions of stone cottages situated like anchors in a wild, green, and desolate landscape. Stone fairie circles sit high in the hills.

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    European Music
       UK / Irish (Gaelic) music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:10   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 88
   Arrangement: Duo / Duet
   Instruments: Classical Guitar
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Bittersweet, Dancing, Determined, Droning, Earthy, Gutsy, Haunting, Hopeful, Hypnotic, Lively, Motivational, Nostalgic, Powerful, Romantic, Sentimental, Smokey, Spirited, Subtle, Sweeping, Vibrant

Styles: Club / Bar / Lounge, Corporate, Dance / Clogging, Dance / Maypole, Film Instrumental, History, Romantic New Love, Rural / Country, Saint Patrick's Day, TV Instrumental

Regions: England, Ireland, Scotland, USA, Wales

Extended Keywords: Peat smoke burning. High ragged hills. Green fields. Stone Cottages. Thistle and Heather grow in the fields. Young Lassies and Lads shyly smile at each other at the fair and fall in love. Life is hard, but the people are strong and proud. The old folk nostagically recall their youth. Babies Die. Food is scarce. But the people survive and endure.

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