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"Danikas brilliante Stimme steht auf einer Stufe mit anderen grossen Vokalistinnen des Genres.“
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A live performance of Enya's 'May it be' from the first LOTR movie, written by Enya, Roma and Nicky Ryan.
Bruton Town is an english Ballad, telling the story of Isabella and the Pot of Basil, made famous by Boccaccio in The Decameron. A murder ballad of two evil brothers, one unassuming victim, and one revengeful sister. Our version is inspired by the band Pentagle.
The Celtic Folk Band Spinning Wheel (Austria) performs the Skye Boat Song.
An interpretation of the wonderful music by Ramin Djawadi with harp, nyckelharpa and voice by the Austrian Celtic Folk Band Spinning Wheel. This video was recorded live in December 2017 at the Benefit Gala "Christmas in Mistelbach" at the City Hall of Mistelbach.
Déjà mal mariée - ein traditioneller keltischer Song aus der Bretagne
Dacw 'Nghariad - Song aus Wales - Spinning Wheel
A traditional Irish folk song, performed by the band Spinning Wheel live at the culture club "Heureka" in Vienna. Inspired by Connie Dover.
The celtic folk band Spinning Wheel (Austria) performs Woodie Guthrie's song "Pastures of Plenty".
Maid on the Shore - Spinning Wheel
Our version of the traditional English Ballad "Scarborough Fair", made popular by Simon and Garfunkel.
The Celtic Folk Band Spinning Wheel (Austria) performs the Witches Reel.
This traditional set starts off with Danika playing the Scottish March "Archibald MacDonald of Keppoch" on the harp, followed by the reel "Brenda McMahones" on flute and guitar. The set finishes with the Scottish stepping song "Horo Ghoid Thu Nighean" in Scottish Gaelic.
Live performance of "Stretched on Your Grave" by the Celtic Folk Band Spinnig Wheel (Austria).
„… exquisite voice and incredibly catchy arrangements “
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