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Weekly Music Video

This week it's Sweet Rosemary by the British group Celtic Legend. The group is made up of composers, writers, musicians and filmmakers and was formed in 2001 by composer Chris Pane. Chris was born in Cornwall and Celtic Legend's music and videos are based on stories from Celtic mythology. The lead singer and co-writer is Emily Ovenden, who is also part of the classical group Mediæval Bæbes and the metal band Pythia. The other members are Dominique Adam (lead vocals and choral vocal), producer Nigel Bates and drummer Marc Dyos. Videos are directed by Jai Michael. Celtic Legend released an album called Lyonesse in 2007 and are currently working on a new one. Sweet Rosemary is from Lyonesse.











For more on Celtic Legend, visit these links:

Official Facebook

MySpace

Jai Michael's YouTube



Note: I didn't know this video was filmed in Sussex and made by a Brighton company! Visit the site here: www.absolutebrighton.tv

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