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Subject: Re: Gauls and Celts
From: Laura Chidlow - HTMG/F93 <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:CELTIC-L - The Celtic Culture List.
Date:Fri, 18 Feb 1994 14:45:59 -0500

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On Wed, 16 Feb 1994, MacKenzie Stewart wrote:
> Just a bit of trivia:
> Bagpipes originated in Galicia, Spain and the Celtic culture adpoted them.
> However, I'm not sure where and when bagpipes were developed, and when
> Celts came into contact with them or the Spanish ?
> Mac Stewart
> Univ. of Connecticut
It seems to me (open for correction, I might add) that both the Spanish
and the Celts were subject to wanderlust:  wasn't it somewhat common for
a youth to take off on a great journey and return with his newfound
knowledge and experiences?  Just like many traditions, it must have
started with a single chance meeting, two people sharing a campfire and
companionship.  At least, this is my spur-of-the-moment theory!

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