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Is Fada Liom Uaim Í - Various - The Irish Folk Festival - Harvest Storm (CD, Album)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Festival of Irish Folk, Vol. 4 - Various Artists on AllMusic -
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  3. Lughnasadh is the first of the 3 harvest festivals and is celebrated on August 1st or 2nd. Other names this holiday may be known as are Lammas, First Harvest, Bread Festival, August Eve, and Elembiuos. Lughnasadh is an Irish tradition, with the Old Irish word Lunasa which meant "August". The celebration is in honor of the Celtic Sun God, Lugh.
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  5. The Dubliners was an Irish folk band founded in Dublin, Ireland, in One of the most influential Irish acts of the 20th century, they celebrated.
  6. Lughnasa - Celebrating the Harvest by Bridget Haggerty Traditionally, August marked the beginning of the Harvest season and it was a time of great celebration in rural Ireland. The season began on the first of the month with the festival of Lughnasa, the Irish word for August.
  7. Jul 29,  · Lughnasadh in August was the Celtic harvest festival, welcoming autumn, the harvest, and marking the end of summer. To call it a mere harvest festival, though, would be to ignore the richness of the legend and meaning of the celebration. The festival takes its name from Lugh, the Celtic god of light.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Irish Folk Festival on Discogs.3/5(1).
  9. The festival brings young women of Irish descent from around the world to County Kerry for a global celebration of Irish culture. saw Maggie McEldowney from Chicago crowned 'Rose of Tralee'. In addition to crowning a rose, thousands of people gather for the street entertainment, live concerts, markets, fireworks and parades.

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