Natalie MacMaster and her kids, 2013 Dublin Irish Festival

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Natalie MacMaster with her 4 oldest children (ages 7, 6, 4 and 2) at the Dublin Irish Festival, August 4, 2013. What an amazingly talented family! I guarantee that by the end you will have a huge smile on your face. And maybe even a tear in your eye....

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Always loved Natalie now I love her & her family too ;)



Author — Doug Vail

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...And that's what you get when 2 magnificent fiddle players have children!

Author — Elizabeth Kemna

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I do not believe that either Natalie or Donnel would force their children to perform if their hearts were not in it . . .this is a family tradition going back many generations and I thank them both for sharing with us.

Author — Bobbi Pettett

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Nova Scotians are SO incredibly proud of you, Natalie, and of your amazing family!!! What a delightful performance. You are wonderful ambassadors for your province and for Celtic music. The talent is obvious and is being carried on to the next generation. Huge round of applause for all of you!!

Author — Brenda Levy Tate

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Magic Natalie - just pure magic. That I could achieve a fraction of what you have accomplished in life. . The Irishman.

Author — Max Modine

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Go hálainn ar fad! Out and out lovely!

Author — graignamanach

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Thank God, people exist like this to lift the spirits.

Author — MegaBrianBoru

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Move over, Michael Flatley, there's new kids on the block!

Author — Burkkuss

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It would be nice if people could master the relatively simple act of clapping in time. They could practice at home, perhaps, with a metronome, before enthusiastically inflicting their talent on the public.

Author — murfleblurg

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Look at proud mom, loving her son! Wonderful talent! Beautiful!

Author — Robert Tisch

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I appreciate your concern, but really you shouldn't think of it that way at all. What you are seeing is the family way of doing things in Atlantic Canada (Natalie is from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia). We tend to include or integrate family into most things we do - be that fishing, arts, music, earning a living, fixing something broken, housework, etc. Old fashioned, but sure builds strong family ties.

Author — Martine Bernard

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if this video started from the end, I'd like it earlier.

Author — Sadeq Rastegar

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the best church and testifying service ever... I am saved!!!!

Author — Nancy Nash

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Bloody microphones were perfect where the experts put them! Good job though!

Author — dunruden

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They are super sensational and super cute, what talent bravo!

Author — balleaucanon

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Almost made me cry ' and I'm on a bus full of coal miners going to work ' that was wonderful

Author — OldTimeyGraeme

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WOUH-HOU! The MacMasters THRIVE in Dublin!  Félicitations, Natalie & Family!  Great job, eh!

Author — Jacques Chenail

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Wow, wow, wow, had the "goosies" the whole time. Amazing family talent! :-)

Author — Nance B

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BLOODY AWESOME. REALLY BROUGHT TEARS TO MI EYES. LONG LIVE THE IRISH 🍀

Author — Max Bob

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Love, love love this! family values and a great Cape Breton role model. A joy to watch. Brought many smiles to my face! All the best to you and your family! xo

Author — Susan Spellman Cann