Dúlamán – Voice of the Celts literally translates to Seaweed and shares its name with the Irish song made famous by Irish legends Clannad and Enya on their album of the same name.
Dúlamán – Voice of The Celts takes the torch from previous artists and productions and truly merges song and dance.
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Dúlamán literally translates to Seaweed and shares its name with the Irish song made famous by Irish legends Clannad and Enya on their album of the same name.The song itself relates to the ancient Irish practice of gathering seaweed dating from a time when seaweed was a valuable defense against famine. Dúlamán is a powerful rollercoaster of emotion that promises adrenaline of the wild Atlantic whilst seducing the softness of the celts and beauty of song in the poet’s soul.