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Celtic Music – Hero’s Journey-An exquisite piece- A must!


Thanks to bloggers I follow regularly who posted a few times Celtic music, I got to fall in love with some of the tunes.
As a coincidence I found today on you tube’s front page Celtic music which lead me to this most exquisite piece!
There’s something in the notes that just stirs your soul. One can just see their whole history unfolding in front of our eyes, it’s poignant, melancholic and terribly moving.

What do you think?

Published on Aug 16, 2012
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Song: Hero’s Journey
Album: Anima
Year: 2012
Copyright © BrunuhVille

Another Celtic tune based on medieval times. I took inspiration from Skyrim but the song has nothing to do with the game itself, so once again don’t judge the song for the game or the picture, thank you 🙂

Thanks for all your support , rating the video,add to your favs and leaving a comment
is always appreciated and helps me a lot.

As always I recomend to listen with earphones since the sound quality on youtube is not the best.
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Picture is a wallpapper from The Elder’s Scroll : Skyrim , all rights to Bethesda.
(Edited by me).
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Tags: brunuhville , celtic , Epic , Epic Music, Hans Zimmer , Gothic, the eternal forest , the forgotten love, elders scroll, skyrim
Category
Music
License
Standard YouTube License

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Le grande bleu / The big blue short video


This is the only video I could find which is good but not the entire film.It was very popular at the time. The only thing I would have changed, is its ending which is quite tragic. It is very poetic, artistic and mostly directed to lovers of nature.

I quote Wikipedia that gives a summary of the story.

Enzo and Jacques have known each other from their native village, when their passion was diving. One day, the father of Jacques killed while diving. Years later, Jacques tested by scientists, who find that his body when he dives into icy water, like that of a dolphin appears to react. The experiments in the present Johanna (played by Rosanna Arquette ) falls for the mysterious dolphin-man, and follows him to Italy. Enzo ( Jean Reno ), now diving world champion, Jacques challenged to a game, because he knows that this is the only diver in the world who could beat him. In this competition the men exceed the limits of human potential and find Jacques finally home.