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  1. 3 days ago · It is an Indo-European language and some scholars have proposed that it may be a para-Celtic language, which evolved alongside Celtic or formed a dialect continuum or sprachbund with Tartessian and Gallaecian. This is tied to a theory of an Iberian origin for the Celtic languages.

  2. Macushla has been a favourite of many tenors – Irish and otherwise – composed in 1910 by Dublin-born composer Harold R. White (1868 – 1937) under the pseudonym Dermot MacMurrough. The lyrics are...

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  4. Rory Gallagher. Not just one of the best Irish musicians to have walked the planet, Rory Gallagher remains one of the most influential guitarists known to rock. Originally the frontman with ...

  5. Mar 15, 2023 · ‘N17’ is a song about an Irish emigrant that longs to be back in Ireland, driving along the N17 road that connects counties Galway, Mayo and Sligo. 21. Dreams (The Cranberries) ‘ Dreams ‘ – what an absolute peach of a tune. This is another belter from the Cranberries that still gets played heavily on the radio to this day.

  6. 3 days ago · Italo-Western, the largest group, which includes languages such as Catalan, Portuguese, Italian, Spanish, and French. Eastern Romance, which includes the Romance languages of Eastern Europe, such as Romanian.

  7. Mar 15, 2023 · Sound is probably more frequently used as an affirmative response to something, for example, ‘Ah, sound. Cheers for that.’ However, you’ll also hear people describing someone as ‘Sound’ when they’re giving that person their approval, for example, ‘That chap from around the corner fixed the engine.