The Witcher Trinity Harp, a reproduction of the Brian Boru harp The harp itself plus its carving, silver and jewel ornamentation by Jay Witcher, 2000 Pyroengraving and color by Charlotte Hallett, 2000 there is an interesting article here: http://carverscompanion.com/Ezine/Vol8Issue6/KMenendez/KMenendez2.html and more about Witcher Harps: http://www.witcherharps.com/index.php/brass-strung-wire-harps/trinity-college-style/
Celtic Mythology: The GWRAGEDD ANNWN [wives of the underworld] were lake-sirens in Wales. These lovely creatures are known to choose mortal men as their husbands. One legend has it that they live in a sunken city in one of the many lakes in Wales. People claim to have seen towers under water and heard the chiming of bells.
Feast of Beltane Long ago, Celts celebrated Beltane, which was a calendar feast that welcomed summer. Bonfires figured largely into this celebration, and some activities included dancing around the fire, burning effigies of witches(?), and herding cattle in between bonfires. Fire was seen as a purifying source. In recent years, neopagans have begun to celebrate Beltane once more.