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Castellum Honesti

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Maneo Da Ulla - Foliada De Padrenda
  2. Negra Sombra
  3. Esta Noite Hai Unha Fia
  4. Muineira De Vilanova
  5. Alala Das Marinas
  6. Pasacorredoiras Do Condado
  7. Muineira De Chantada
  8. Marcha Das Chirimias Da Catedral De Compostela
  9. A Farruquina
  10. Invernia

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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars 6 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Celtic Music of Spain 10 Feb. 2014
By Lucia Shannon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The music is both haunting and melodic. I love it. The combination of Celtic and Spanish music fills your soul. I purchased the album as an audio tape at an Irish Festival some 20 years ago. Recently we deliberately went to Santiago di Compostela to visit the pilgrimage church and listen to Celtic Spanish music, inspired by this disc. When it became available as a compact disc, I ordered it immediately, satisfaction guaranteed.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 12 July 2014
By Rudolph Salmeron - Published on Amazon.com
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Second copy purchased as gift.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Highly enjoyable roots music, and deserves to be seen as more than "Celtic music from Spain" 2 July 2011
By Christopher Culver - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Galician roots band Milladoiro was founded in the late Seventies, but they really came to international attention in 1992 when they were signed to Green Linnet during the Celtic music fad of that time. CASTELLUM HONESTI was their first release on the label. To an extent, Milladoiro fit in well with Irish and Scottish bands, as the folk music of northwestern Spain has vague parallels with the islands. The opening "Maneo da Ulla/Foliada de Padrenda" has gentle harp and bagpipe.

But Green Linnet's sticker "Celtic Music from Spain" unfairly pigeonholes the band; their sound has a great variety and their inspirations are wide-ranging. "Milladoiro" is a gentle track similar to offerings on the Windham Hill label. "A Faruquinna" and "Muineira de Vilanova" have zesty percussion and wordless vocals entirely foreign to the British Isles. "Esta Noite Hai Unha Fia" and "Muneira de chantada" look back to Southern European musical traditions of the late Middle Ages.

This is rhythmically engaging, tuneful music that I think would appeal to any listener. Granted, it isn't the most mindblowing music every and some parts feel flimsy (the smooth production may be to blame), but I still put this disc one fairly often.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A great CD by my favourite celtic music group 10 Mar. 2000
By Alberto Perez Gomez - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Castellum Honesti is surely a geat Cd, worth being bought. Maybe if you're looking for celtic music, you won't expect anyone to say, as I do, that this is my favourite celtic music group (and I have a lot of Irish, Scottish, Welsh or Breton CD's), but it is (maybe you should know that Galicia, in north-west Spain, is as green and foggy as Ireland, that bagpipe is the national instrument there, and that Milladoiro, whose members have a very solid background in folk and medieval music, plays delightfully melancholic songs -as well as some joyous tradicional dance songs-)
I would also recommend you to buy other Milladoiro CD's that I enjoy even better, as Galicia de Maeloc, Galicia no Pais das Maravillas or Solfafria - but any of their CD's is a sure buy.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Oh...what a wonderful mix of styles. 23 Dec. 2010
By Gerard D. Launay - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a brilliant CD. The first two tracks are among the best - rich, melodies hinting of Rodrigo's guitar music - yet played with harps, flutes, and other orchestral instruments. A few tracks seem standard Celtic, but most have that mixture of influeces that make this endlessly intriguing. A great find for those who think they have everything in music. For a mix of Portugal's music with Celtic flavors try the group's "Fadas De Estrano."
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