Two fine pieces by Alan Stivell, from the album "Renaissance de la Harpe celtique".
"Ys is a piece inspired by the legend of the 5th century capital of the kingdom of Cornwall, [most versions of the legend place the city in the Douarnenez Bay on the coast of Brittany] which was engulfed by a flood as punishment for its sins.
[T]he highlight of this record is "Gaeltacht," a 19 minute musical journey by Stivell's harp across the Gaelic lands of Ireland, Scotland, and the Isle of Man."
I'm listening to the Outlander novel series, which involves time travel through ancient stone circles. Almost finished with the series. Quite an epic! A good bit of it takes place in the mountains of western North Carolina in the years leading up to the American Revolution. I knew the area was settled by Scots, but now I know more about how and why they came to live there. Well researched, I think. The TV adaptation is a little different to the books, but a visual feast nonetheless.