Celtic Women: In the Christmas Spirit | Beaufort County Now | I actually like Celtic Folk Music ... I like it very much. The Celtic Women are not Celtic Folk singers; however, they do have their place, especially during the Christmas Season.
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I actually like Celtic Folk Music ... I like it very much. The Celtic Women are not Celtic Folk singers; however, they do have their place, especially during the Christmas Season.
To that effect, I will bring you a few videos of the Celtic Ladies, whom are well equipped to provide all abundant Christmas cheer.
Four of the Celtic Women here
No, it's not Celtic Folk, but is full of melodic harmony, and true happiness for the season.
Since Christmas is the season for those who have faith, we will begin "O Come All Ye Faithful": Below.
Continuing the thread of the faith based theme, we have the Celtic women performing the classic "O Holy Night": Below.
While this is next video is not a Christmas Carol, it does promote the faith based theme that is the true meaning of Christmas.
Publisher's note: If you are really in the Christmas spirit, or just in the need for more, please click here to access all of the holiday spirit in melody and narrative that BCN can harness and offer for this Yuletide Season.
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Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Peter Hans, President of the President of the University of North Carolina System, via Zoom and filmed the thirteenth edition in a video series called Critical Conversations.