Branwen’s Lament – The making of Antlered Crown and Standing Stone

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Here’s the fourth in this series of videos.

This one tells of the inspiration and story behind the song Branwen’s Lament from my forthcoming album Antlered Crown and Standing Stone due out on 17th November and available to pre-order now from my website at www.paganmusic.co.uk

Enjoy!

The first three are here:

Antlered Crown and Standing Stone

Under a Beltane Sun

Brighid

3 responses to “Branwen’s Lament – The making of Antlered Crown and Standing Stone”

  1. Love the story Damh, but do you know that in contrast to the myth, the reality is that those ravens at the tower of London dont stay out of choice, their wings are clipped so that they can only fly to a certain height. But they dont like the tourists knowing that 😉

    Wing clipping is a common practise in farming ducks & geese were birds are denied their birth right to fly, though it is commonly presumed that they must love their owners/farmers to stay with them!

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