Can the Celtic Tribes repel the Roman army?
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This tradional folk song with English words by either Percy Montrose or Barker Bradford is set to the Spanish folk song Romance del Conde Olinos o Nino. It was made popular by Mexican miners during the Gold Rush between 1848 and 1860. Solo Score, Lead Sheet notated in bass clef with melody and chords including a non-transposed version in treble…
Banished from the nemeton, becoming a priestess is no longer the future for Nara, a princess of the Selgovae tribe. Now charged with choosing a suitable mate before Beltane, her plan is thwarted by Lorcan, an enemy Brigante prince, who captures her and takes her to his hill fort. Despite their tribes fighting each other, Nara feels drawn to her captor, but time runs out for her secret quest.
As armies of the Roman Empire march relentlessly northwards, Lorcan intends to use Nara as a marriage bargain, knowing all Celtic tribes must unite to be strong enough to repel imminent Roman attack. Nara’s father, Callan, agrees to a marriage alliance between Selgovae and Brigante, but has impossible stipulations. Lorcan is torn between loyalty to his tribe and growing love for Nara.
When danger and death arrive in the form of the mighty Roman forces, will Nara be able to choose her Beltane lover?
The Celtic Fervour series:
The Beltane Choice
After Whorl: Bran Reborn
After Whorl: Donning Double Cloaks