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Thread #67594   Message #1161796
Posted By: McGrath of Harlow
14-Apr-04 - 06:13 PM
Thread Name: oral tradition - 'celtic' singing in usa
Subject: RE: oral tradition - 'celtic' singing in usa
Pedantic note: Celtic is a ladylike word for Irish, essentially, even though in theory it takes in Scots, Welsh, Breton and Basque, as well as Cornish and Manx.>/I>

Basque is only Celtic in the same way that Chinese is. Neither of them are "Indo-European" languages.