Musical and national identity in a video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ej_X2_SggQ

It’s just a video that speaks a lot. Speaking of the musical identity of an Irish music, he speaks of the characteristic harmonization of instrument lines, speaks of the instrumentalists’ charm, among which the famous guitarist Jeff Beck, who collaborated with Eric Clapton. It also speaks of the melodic strength of today’s music that keeps silently thousands of people who often do not need rotating head movements or long haul flights because true musical values ​​make them unnecessary. Music also needs no spin of the instrument or even a modern twist. It is not a true part of the musical expression and emotion it seeks to convey, but it remains only a failed attempt to be attractive. And above all, this video speaks of the love and need Europeans have for the national music and the identity of their art. Exactly by feeling and commenting on these, a cultured social networking guest commented: A very simple orchestra: the violin (Lizzie Ball), the bass guitar (Tal “little beast”) and electric guitar (Jeff “the great”), coupled with drums , creates this miracle devoted to love and admiration felt and disheveled (without melodrama, mythological delusions, inattentive or vindictive passivity) “Women of Ireland” who fought against the English occupation … How much would I want to “export” Shotën, Argjironë or Teuta, with modern creations, inspired by the full-fledged and exotic beauty of the folk who has blessed us with his wealth.

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