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Stivell, Alan - Ar Gelted Kozh (Les Anciens Celtes) Тексты песен

Tril mil bloaz zo sur'walc'h, n'oa ket ur baradoz 'wid 'r Gelted kozh
Met tud aman oa 'heseo Demokrasiezh, araog an dud 'barzh Bro-Gres
'Wel barzh 'r'vro sen 'oa kentoc'h ur c'hlas o c'hoari 'n dra-se
Met tri mil bloaz 'zo dija, n'oa roue 'bet war hon douar
'Merc'hed oa par d'ar baotred, hag an douar 'oa d'an oll

Daou mil a pemp kant bloaz 'zo, Kultur ar Gelted kozh oa o fewan
War lod brasan an Europa, lorc'h 'bet hon eus o lar an dra-se
Met rheid eo gout 'oa ar Romaned tud gouez'n o c'hichen
War 'n dachenn filozofel, arzhel a' sokiel.
Hag 'wid 'lodenn diouzh 'skiantou ha diouzh an teknikou

Skupet eo bet bed kozh ar Gelted ga' hin' ar Romaned
Krenwoc'h oa he, ya'hat, 'wid rhenk ur stad a rhein un niverenn da bep den
'Brezel etre ar Gelted hag ar Romaned
'Zo bet ur brezel 'tre ar Stad o doue ha' gevredigezh tud
'Tre 'r bed karrezeg ha kaled leun a karrezed vihan
Hag ur bed ronn ha dourel leun a droellennou hunvre ha follentez
Kollet eo bet ar brezel-se, 'wid ar mare

Life was no paradise three thlousand years ago for the Celts of old
But before they spoke in Greece of democracy we had tried it out in practice,
Not just for those in the slave-owning class but for all men.
Three thousand years ago we bowed the knee to no king,
Women stood equal to their brothers and the land belonged to all.

Five hundred years went by, bloomed bright the free-sown flower of our culture
Across the boundaries of Europe, this no idle boast in our mouths :
When Romans ranged on the seven hills with packs of wolves
The Celts were known as philosophers, their arts and society
Blossomed around our ancient lore of science and craft.

Sweeping across the ancient Celtic world came the Romans,
Building their State on our bones, numbering each man as slaveowner or slave.
Not merely Roman and Celt were locked in struggle :
It was a battle of ideas between the supremacy of the State and the liberty of the individual,
On the one side a square cube of cube-shaped thoughts
Imprisoning a liquid world full of spiralling dreams and fantasy,
Which now has begun once more to break free.

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Alan Stivell - Ar Pep Gwellan (Best Of) [2012]

DISQUE 1
01 Tri Martolod 03:11
02 Pop Plinn (Album Version) 03:18
03 Suite Sudarmoricaine (Album Version) 03:14
04 Ys (Album Version) 08:47
05 La Memoire De L'Humain 04:11
06 Mna Na Heireann (Women Of Ireland) 03:45
07 Brian Boru 05:28
08 Suzy Mc Guire 03:36
09 A United Earth 05:32
10 Ian Morrisson Reel (Album Version) 04:08
11 Gouel Hollvedel 01:56
12 La Celtie & L'Infini 03:01
13 La Dame Du Lac 04:31
14 Let The Plinn (Album Version) 04:24
15 Suite Irlandaise 02:51
16 Miz Tu 03:53

DISQUE 2
01 The Wind Of Keltia (Live) 03:42
02 An Dro (Live) 03:07
03 The Trees They Grow High (Live) 03:03
04 An Alarch (Live) 02:24
05 An Durzhunel 03:23
06 Telenn Gwad 03:58
07 Pop Plinn (Live) 03:35
08 Tha Mi Sgith 04:22
09 The King Of The Fairies 03:21
10 Tri Martolod (Live) 04:28
11 Kost Ar C'Hoad 03:52
12 Suite Sudarmoricaine (Live) 03:30

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Alan Stivell - Ensemble текст песни

Barrek eo mabden da gompren kalon an dudo? all (bis)
Bout 'zo trao? boutin bepred da holl dud an douar (bis)
Barrek eo mabden da gompren kalon an dudo? all (bis)
C'qu'il y a dans l'coeur de l'homme, tout l'monde peut le comprendre

Aesoc'h e c'hallomp eskemm mennozhio? dishe?vel (bis)
Ma ouiomp e chom digemm memes trao? deomp-ni holl
Gwelloc'h eo deomp-ni kompren 'n trao? a lar ar re all
Ne vez ket klevet ganeomp pep tra n'eus c'hoant ne' laret

Dao eo 'n em glevet mat, dao 'vo beva? asambles
Il faudra bien s'entendre, il faudra vivre ensemble
Memes ma omp dishe?vel, evelse 'ma? ar vuhez
Il faudra bien s'entendre, il faudra vivre ensemble

Understand, each other

Silet 'vez re alies a-dreuz gant hon divskouarn
An trao? 'zo bet selaouet 'ba lavar ar re all (bis)


Peogwir bewech omp bouzar, diwan 'ra tro-war-dro,
Krog(i?) 'ra 'n droug war an douar, droug 'ba kalon tud 'zo
Barrek eo mabden da gompren kalon an dudo? all
C'qu'il y a dans l'coeur de l'homme, tout l'monde peut le comprendre

N'omp ket da chom diseblant pa vez graet trao? direizh (bis)
Dao eo dimp prena? skiant tro-'ar-dro hag e kreiz (bis)

Dao eo 'n em glevet mat, dao 'vo beva? asambles
Il faudra bien s'entendre, il faudra vivre ensemble
Dao eo 'n em glevet mat, dao 'vo beva? asambles
Il faudra bien s'entendre, il faudra vivre ensemble

Understand, each other

C' qu'il y a dans l' coeur de l'homme, tout l' monde peut le comprendre
Le fond de l'humain est toujours semblable
C' qu'il y a dans l'coeur de l'homme
Il est plus facile d'?changer des id?es
Quand on sait que le vieux fond humain ne change jamais
A tout prix il faut comprendre ce que l'autre dit vraiment
On n'entend pas tout ce qu'il nous dit
M?me si chacun est lui-m?me, la vie c'est comme ?a
De travers filtre l'oreille ce qu'on croit entendre dans la parole de l'autre
Toutes les fois qu'on est sourd, le mauvais germe autour
Sur terre prend racine le mal chez beaucoup d'entre nous
On ne peut rester insensible quand s?vit l'injustice
On doit prendre conscience dehors et dedans
M?me si chacun est lui-m?me, la vie c'est comme ?a

The heart of onother can be felt by all
Deep down, all men are alike
To know the source of man's heart is unchanging
Makes the exchange of ideas possible
We must understand what others are really saying
We don't always hear what they tell us
Eventually, we 'll have to get on, and live together
While each remains himself, so goes life
Indistincly, we hear what we want to believe in another's words
Each time we remain deaf to this, evil sprouts among us
Evil takes root on Earth through many of us
We can't stay indifferent when injustice brings havoc
We must awaken consciousness both inner and outer
Eventualy we'll have to get on, and live together
While each remains himself, so goes Life

Текст песни Alan Stivell - Ar Gelted Kozh

Tril mil bloaz zo sur'walc'h, n'oa ket ur baradoz 'wid 'r Gelted kozh
Met tud aman oa 'heseo Demokrasiezh, araog an dud 'barzh Bro-Gres
'Wel barzh 'r'vro sen 'oa kentoc'h ur c'hlas o c'hoari 'n dra-se
Met tri mil bloaz 'zo dija, n'oa roue 'bet war hon douar
'Merc'hed oa par d'ar baotred, hag an douar 'oa d'an oll

Daou mil a pemp kant bloaz 'zo, Kultur ar Gelted kozh oa o fewa?
War lod brasa? an Europa, lorc'h 'bet hon eus o lar an dra-se
Met rheid eo gout 'oa ar Romaned tud gouez'n o c'hichen
War 'n dachenn filozofel, arzhel a' sokiel
Hag 'wid 'lodenn diouzh 'skianto? ha diouzh an tekniko?

Skupet eo bet bed kozh ar Gelted ga' hin' ar Romaned
Kre?woc'h oa he, ya'hat, 'wid rhe?k ur stad a rhein un niverenn da bep den
'Brezel etre ar Gelted hag ar Romaned
'Zo bet ur brezel 'tre ar Stad o doue ha' gevredigezh tud
'Tre 'r bed karrezeg ha kaled leun a karrezed vihan
Hag ur bed ronn ha dourel leun a droellenno? hunvre ha follentez
Kollet eo bet ar brezel-se, 'wid ar mare

Life was no paradise three thlousand years ago for the Celts of old
But before they spoke in Greece of democracy we had tried it out in practice,
Not just for those in the slave-owning class but for all men
Three thousand years ago we bowed the knee to no king,
Women stood equal to their brothers and the land belonged to all

Five hundred years went by, bloomed bright the free-sown flower of our culture
Across the boundaries of Europe, this no idle boast in our mouths :
When Romans ranged on the seven hills with packs of wolves
The Celts were known as philosophers, their arts and society
Blossomed around our ancient lore of science and craft

Sweeping across the ancient Celtic world came the Romans,
Building their State on our bones, numbering each man as slaveowner or slave
Not merely Roman and Celt were locked in struggle :
It was a battle of ideas between the supremacy of the State and the liberty of the individual,
On the one side a square cube of cube-shaped thoughts
Imprisoning a liquid world full of spiralling dreams and fantasy,
Which now has begun once more to break free

Ceolas: Alan Stivell

Discography: Alan Stivell

Last revised August 22, 1994 By Jim Chokey. Please send all additions, corrections, and suggestions to him at jchokey@leland.stanford.edu

In compiling this discography, I have been aided by a number of people who have supplied me with information that I did not have and who have referred me to sources that have been very helpful. I'd like to give a special thanks to Anselm Blumer, Linda Cunningham, Yves Denneuli, Karen Gloria, Ulrich Grepel, Doug Johnston, Gerard Manning, Paul Murphy, Rafal Pisula, Klaus Rabbertz, Erich Schraer, and Jorma Snellman for taking the time and effort to help me out with this.


CD Universe sells many of his albums online at a pretty good price, with RealAudio sound samples for several.

Discography Organization
  1. Early recordings
  2. The mid-sixties
  3. Singles and EP's
  4. Albums
  5. Stivell compilations
  6. Multi-artist compilations containing Stivell songs
  7. Stivell appearances on other artists' recordings
  8. Miscellaneous (videos, books, etc.)
1: Early Recordings

Stivell recorded these six items when he still used his original name, Alan Cochevelou. I have very little information about these recordings, and would appreciate hearing anything that you can tell me about them. These records are now quite rare. To the best of my knowledge, this early material has never been re-released on any subsequent albums or compilations.

2: The Mid-Sixties

I do not know of any recordings that Stivell made between the collection of songs for the harp mentioned above and 1968, when he released his first song with a major label. In _Racines Interdites_, Stivell tells of a Celtic folk band he created with drummer Yann French in 1965. They played at various festou-noz ("night-festivals" which involve bonfires, music, dancing, and heavy drinking) in and around Paris, but apparently did not make any recordings. Starting in 1966, Stivell began to frequent the American "hootenanies" (as he calls them) in Paris and became acquainted with [and played with?] American musicians like G. Allwright, J. Wright, R. Mason, and S. Waring. (I've never heard of any of these folks but Stivell suggests that they became fairly well-known in the seventies. Any information on them would be welcomed.) He also started singing in public for the first time in 1966 [1967?] and changed his last name to Stivell (Breton for "spring" or "source"). However, he does not appear to have made any recordings until 1968.

3: Singles & EPs

After a brief six-month deal with Barclay Records, during which no recordings were made, Stivell signed a seven year contract with Phonogram. His first record, a four-song EP, appeared on their Fontana label in the summer of 1968. Between 1969 and 1972, he released five singles, all of them on the Fontana label. Several years later, he released another single ("Naw breton 'ba' prizon") on the Keltia III label. Some of the material on Stivell's 45's has not re-appeared anywhere else. In those instances where I know that a song has appeared elsewhere, I have tried to indicate it where. (If anyone knows of any additional singles by Stivell, please let me know about them.)

4: Albums

All of the recordings listed in this section are full-length original albums by Stivell. (Compilation albums are listed in a later section.) I have not bothered to include speeds and sizes for vinyl releases; all vinyl recordings from this section should be 33 rpm with a size of 12" (30 cm). Many of these albums have been released in different countries on different labels under different publisher's numbers in different formats-- and sometimes under translated or altered titles. I have list all known releases of each album that I know of (along with the different titles, labels, and numbers,) but I know that I don't have them all. Please let me know if you know of any releases not mentioned on this list.

Albums are listed in chronological order according to the date of original release. The name listed at the beginning of each entry is the name under which the album was initially released. For those albums which have been released under different or translated titles. I have mentioned these titles in brackets after the original name.

5: Stivell Compilations

(listed in a vaguely alphabetical order]

6: Compilations that contain one or more Stivell songs 7: Appearances by Stivell on other artist's recordings

Stivell has worked with a large number of other musicians and has appeared on recordings made by many people other than himself. Here are the few guest appearances by Stivell that I know about. I know that he's done more, so if you know of any others, please pass them along to me.
(listed in alphabetical order, by the name of the artist)

8: Miscellaneous

There are two Stivell-related items that are not records, but are important enough to warrant being mentioned on this discography. If anyone knows of any other items that should be included here, please let me know about them.

The first is a video that Stivell released called _Alan Stivell in Concert_. It was released by Shanachie on their Ramblin' line of videos sometime in the 1980's. It's an hour-long performance with just Stivell and a guitarist (who also picks up the occasional percussion instrument.) The performance appears to have been from the early eighties, although the song selection and the style is much more traditional than the stuff Stivell was writing at that time. The video includes "Son ar Chistr," "Silvestrig," "Ys," "The King of the Fairies," "The Foggy Dew," "Stok Ouz an Enez," "Tri Martolod," parts 1 and 2 of "Gaeltacht" and a few other songs. I do not know anything about its current availability. I have heard about another videotape that consists of an interview with Stivell, interspersed with live versions of various songs. (When I get more details on that, I'll update the discography.)

The second is a book called _Racines interdites_. (The English translation of the title would be _Forbidden Roots_). The book is a set of interviews with Stivell that were conducted by Jacques Erwan and Marc Legras in 1978. Only one third of the book actually deals with music at all-- and only one chapter is devoted to Stivell's own music. More than anything else, the book is a "catechism" of Breton culture. A good part of it consists of Stivell's detailed answers to very basic questions about the Breton language, Breton history, and even Breton geography-- questions like "Are there many different dialects of the Breton language?" and "From what age do the menhirs date?" Still, the chapters on Stivell's music can be quite enlightening. The book also contains the lyrics for 17 of Stivell's songs in the back: "Gwriziad difennet," "Reflets," "Broceliande," "The Wind of Keltia," "Je suis ne au milieu de la mer," "An alarc'h," "The Foggy Dew," "Pardon Spezed," "Brezhoneg' raok," "Delivrance," "Digor eo an hent," "Hommes liges des talus en transes," "Ar Gelted kozh," "Rouantelezh Vreizh," "Dugelezh Vreizh," "Emsawadegou," "Fin an naontegwed katwed," "Eil lodenn an ugentwed kantwed," "Da Ewan," and "Naw Breton 'ba' prizon." All songs whose lyrics are in English or in Breton are accompanied by translations into French. _Racines interdites_ was published as part of the "Musiques et Musiciens" series published by Editions Jean-Claude Lattes in 1979, and in bibliographical catalogues, Stivell is listed as the author. There have not been any translations. Home | Artists | Feedback

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Label. Universal Music
Genre. Folk
Release Date. 2012-07-03
Store Date. 1999-01-01
Source. CDDA
Grabber. Asunder
Encoding Scheme. flac 1.2.1
Size. 436 Mo
Total Playing Time. 68:47

01. Suite des montagnes 03:37
02. Marig Ar Pollanton 03:45
03. Suite Irlandaise 03:05
04. Ys 08:48
05. Eliz Iza 02:58
06. Airde Cuan 01:44
07. An Alarc'h (Le Cygne) 02:00
08. Pop Plinn 03:34
09. Tri Martolod 04:28
10. Suite Sudarmoricaine 03:22
11. Ian Morisson Reel 04:09
12. Suzy Mc Guire (Siun Ni Dhuibhir) 03:37
13. Kimiad 03:33
14. Maro Ma Mestrez (La mort de ma bien-aimee) 03:09
15. Ne Bado Ket Atao 01:54
16. Jenovefa (Genevieve) 03:55
17. Brian Boru (Radio Edit) 03:24
18. Let the Plinn 04:26
19. Hope (Radio Edit) 03:19

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This late 1970s effort, "Journey at Home", shows Stivell casting a wider stylistic brush over the still mostly traditional songs and dances. From the opening notes of "Let's Clink Glasses" we can discern subtle jazz inflections and a greater emphasis on textures in the interplay of the musicians.

In terms of overall themes, this is not the Moody Blues' look at the drudgery of daily existence a la "Days of Future Passed", but more of a happily reflective return to the hearth, with spring in one's step, and the simple pleasures of being at home with friends and family. The album returns occasionally to such thoughts without overplaying them or holding to them dogmatically. For those practicing patience, the reverent beauty of "The Three Knights" will reveal itself in time. It leads gently into "In Front of the Hearth", in which his lovingly plucked harp is joined by mystical whistles. At times they seem to be running different tracks, respectful like a long wedded couple in which each recognizes the others' unique gifts.

Curl up by the fire with your favourite companion in any guise, and enjoy this comfort food for the ears and spirit.

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