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Celtic music for a wedding reception is the way to raise the roof of any wedding with whirling reels and beautiful love songs. The CDs below are the way to go.


A Celtic Renaissance Wedding by Brobdingnagian Bards. A beautiful and mesmerizing album of romantic Celtic wedding music, and The most popular wedding albums for sale on MP3.com. Here's what one happy couple had to say about it:


"We had planned on having a string quartet at our wedding. While looking on the web for groups, we ran across The Bards. We immediately called Karen's dad, since he was footing the bill, and played Tolkien over the phone. It was an instant hit and we later chose it as the solo for our wedding ceremony. We decided to be a little different and use Maids in the Meadow for the recessional. It was wonderful!" -K. & E. Hayden, Newlyweds


Celtic Wedding: Music of Brittany by The Chieftains. If you are looking for Irish music that rocks with reels, then the first place any Celtic music lover should look is to The Chieftains, the official ambassadors of Celtic/Irish music. This CD is actually one of traditional Breton tunes, but nonetheless great music for any Celtic wedding. You will find the perfect songs to get people dancing when your Celtic reception begins and you are ready to celebrate.


Haste To The Wedding by Anne Roos. Anne Roos performs Celtic music on the Celtic harp with accompanying instruments. The tracks flow in the order that music flows at a wedding. Ideal for future brides and lovers of Celtic music alike. This unique CD was recorded live in a church, without overdubbing, to give the feeling of a live ensemble performing at a wedding.


Marc Gunn is an Irish and Scottish folk singer with a strange affinity for Celtic ballads, drinking songs and cats. He is the lead singer for the Brobdingnagian Bards who perform at numerous Celtic weddings in Central Texas. He is also Celtic music podcaster and Irish music magazine publisher and promoter.


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