In our second video we are playing my favourite Rapalje song at my house
The next song is from our first album we ever recorded.
And we performed it a bit different: Dieb played the accordeon. I played on the gitouki and mouth organ. It changed a bit. Now we have David, playing the flute. Or the tin-whistle
And we want to sing this song for you because it’s my personal favourite. It’s kind of the glue that held or binds us together for the past 21 years:
It takes two to get together. It takes time to make it last. Never mind the strangers
Rakish Paddies is a CD album from 3 smaler CDs:
Celts in Kilts (1997)
Rakish Paddy (1999)
Wack fol the Daddy-o (2000)
We have recorded a very unique and personal video, just for you!
We are playing at the Celtic Folk Night in Schwalmtal (DE) on the 12th of may 2018, will you join us? Tickets available here Continue reading “Celtic Folk Night Preview – Schwalmtal”
This is the last Rapalje Show in this format for now
The next 20 weeks we will upload Rapalje Show in a different way
Because I will be to our studio the next weeks to mix the new CD, I do not have enough time to make new Rapalje Shows. But don’t worry, we got 20 nice videos in our archive (in 3 languages) you might have not seen yet.
We need space for our new album and that’s why we sell our 4 beautiful older CD’s in our shop and at concerts for only € 50! (regular price: € 60)
“Scotland the Brave” (Scottish Gaelic: Alba an Aigh)
is a patriotic Scottish folk song and one of the main contenders to be considered as a national anthem of Scotland. In June 2006, the song came second to Flower of Scotland in an online poll with more than 10,000 votes to determine the nation’s favourite unofficial “anthem”. The song is used to represent Scotland in the Commonwealth Games.
We are playing at the MPS Festival in Dortmund (DE) on the 1st of may 2018, will you join us? Tickets available here Continue reading “Festival Preview – MPS Dortmund”
This is the final episode of our Rapalje Show Special in which we tell you all about us.
Now it is up to David to tell you everything about his background and how he started to play the bagpipes!