Skye Boat Song from Outlander with Irish bagpipes + Lyrics

Outlander theme song: Skye Boat Song with Irish Bagpipes (Uilleann pipes) with Lyrics

The song tells how Bonnie Prince Charlie, disguised as a serving maid, escaped in a small boat after the defeat of his Jacobite rising of 1745, with the aid of Flora MacDonald. The song is a traditional expression of Jacobitism and its story has also entered Scotland as a national legend. (Wikipedia)

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Busindre Reel (Hevia) – Odin’s Krieger Festival, Brazil

Busindre Reel (from Hevia) on Bagpipes by David Myles at Odin’s Krieger Festival, São Paulo, Brazil

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Home is where my Friends are in Brazil

Home is where my Friends are in Brazil

Celtic Music performance in São Paulo, Brazil at the Odin’s Krieger Festival. Home Is Where My Friends Are – Pride of Petravore by Rapalje celtic folk music: I’d like to introduce you to the band that’s playing. Song written by William from Rapalje

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The Galway Girl @ Odin’s Krieger Fest, Brazil

“Galway Girl” is a song written by Steve Earle and recorded with Irish musician Sharon Shannon originally as “The Galway Girl”.

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Heart of Steel (Manowar) @ Odin’s Krieger Festival Brazil

Heart of Steel – Manowar – Lyrics

Build a fire a thousand miles away
To light my long way home
I ride a comet
My trail is long to stay
Silence is a heavy stone
I fight the world and take all they can give
There are times my heart hangs low
Born to walk against the wind
Born to hear my name
No matter where I stand I’m alone

Stand and fight
Live by your heart
Always one more try
I’m not afraid to die
Stand and fight
Say what you feel
Born with a heart of steel

Burn the bridge behind you leave no retreat
There’s only one way home
Those who laugh and crowd the path
And cut each other’s throats
Will fall like melting snow
They’ll watch us rise with fire in our eyes
They’ll bow their heads
Their hearts will hang low
Then we’ll laugh and they will kneel
And know this heart of steel
Was too hard to break
Too hard to hold

Stand and fight
Live by your heart
Always one more try
I’m not afraid to die
Stand and fight
Say what you feel
Born with a heart of steel

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Here’s to you is a song from The Oysterband and they combined the song with traditional Irish dance and session tunes

You can also see the Rapalje Brazil tour video’s in this playlist

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