- n a language spoken in Galicia in northwestern Spain; it is between Portuguese and Spanish but closer to Portuguese; sometimes considered a Portuguese or Spanish dialect
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- Galician bagpipe master Cristina Pato back in Vail
Galician bagpipe master Cristina Pato is the founder and artistic director of Galician Connection, a forum and multidisciplinary world music festival celebrated at City of Culture of Galicia in Spain.
Aug. 2, 2013 - Vail Daily
- Carlos Nuñez brings his Celtic music of the future to Musikfest
The Galician bagpiper blends traditional Celtic sounds with eclectic World beat rhythms Those looking for legitimate world music during Musikfest will find it right off the bagpipe on opening night.
Aug. 2, 2013 - The Morning Call
- Paddy Moloney in Asbury Park Press
The first tune in the set is from the new album, about a Galician musician who went to Mexico,Moloney said. "And in the second half, we go berserk altogether with a full pipe band doing the march I wrote, and a lament for the Irish...
- Pope John Paul II in RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
This Galician soil, which in the course of history saw the development of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, in the words of the unforgettable Cardinal Josyf Slipyj, was covered by a mountain of corpses and rivers of blood,Pope John Paul said.
- Fidel Castro in U.S. News & World Report
In a 1992 interview, Castro said that "it doesn't sound too good to say I am the son of a landowner, so let us rather say I am the grandson of exploited Galician peasants."