I myself don't have any Breton whatsoever, but am so happy to be dabbling in the language via this subforum, thanks to the contributions so far offered here, and especially thanks to ennys.
I recently returned from a lovely three weeks in the Maritimes of Canada, specifically Cape Breton. While I was there (even the reason for my being threre) was to attend the Celtic Colours International Music Festival. (I'll post more about the festival in general in the Music forum.) While I was there I was fortunate to be able to attend a concert that included Annie Ebrel, a wonderful Breton singer.
I purchased her CD, Roudennoù, and I was delighted to discover all the lyrics in Breton and French in the CD booklet. I thought I might offer them here for ennys (or anyone else) to translate and/or comment upon, if you might be so inclined. Even just typing the words out, I'm seeing words I feel I recognize from French or from Gaelic and it's fascinating.
I'm just really happy to have something to finally contribute here!
[edited title because upon rereading the insert it seems that many of these songs are traditional or are written with/by others]
An teod milliget
Me zo ur plac’h yaouank ‘c’haloupat tro ar c’hêrioù,
Bep a deiz ha bep a noz ‘c’haloupat tro ar vro.
Bep a deiz ha bep a noz o redek ar filajoù
A partout lec’h a dremenan, me ‘mez butun da gano !
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