No, this is not a sneaky way of reopening the Song of the Day series, though it may, as I have said elsewhere, become Song of the Week/Month/Millennium as the mood takes.
But the message from Janet, published here as a comment yesterday, and another from my old electronic acquaintance "Sir Robert Peel", at Talkawhile, made it clear that the hit rate for the series, and indeed this site generally, is a little higher than I feared.
An unknown (to me) number of neople have signed up to receive e-mail updates each time a new posting appears. There is no need for them to come here at all but they do see what I am writing about. OK, not really hits to the site but at least the content is being read.
I have placed another clip of Nolwenn Leroy singing Tri Martolod (Three Matelots) at my main Salut! site, which deals mostly with matters concerning France. But what you see above is the performance to which I refer there, in diet with Alan Stivell and taken from a St Patrick's concert in Brest this year.
And here, as a special treat, is Stivell singing Bro Goz ma Zadoù (Land Of My Fathers, used by the Bretons and Cornish, too, as their anthem). The snippet of Welsh rugby supporters belting it out at Cardiff Arms Park sends a shiver down the spine, and I am not Welsh.