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Jean Léger - Un bal en Auxois

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Dancing tunes and some songs, fruits of a collection made by Jean LEGER with Jean-Luc DEBARD and LA GALVACHE during the 70/80's... Jean LEGER wanted to pay tribute to these two common musicians, through a personal interpretation. He is accompanied by the same partners as in his last album « Recommencez chanson nouvelle » and his old friend called Jean-Luc DEBARD. This is a happy mix of the obligation to remember and current interpretation.

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TitleUn bal en Auxois : Hommage à Marius BESAGNI et Albert BONNARD, accordéoneux et violoneux en Auxois (Pays de Bourgogne)
Format1 album avec livret 8 pages
Packagingboitier cristal
Duration51'12
Release date2010
LabelAutoprod.

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Musicians :
Jean LEGER (song, hurdy gurdy) 
Pierre HERVE (violin, bagpipe from Center France) 
Christophe RAILLARD (melodeon) 
Didier GRIS (violin, bouzouki)
Jean-Luc DEBARD (song)
Myriam SAUVAGE and Anne LEGER (song) 

Playlist :
1. Polka de Collonge - Polka des lunettes
2. Mazurka du Guito
3. Scottish du Marius - Scottish à l'ancienne
4. Valse de l'Auxois
5. Sur le coteau charmant
6. Polka du Moulin Genot - Polka du Marius
7. Mazurka à Gigi - Mazurka du Marius
8. Scottish d'Albert Bonnard
9. La fille du moulin
10. Lai quoue de mon âne
11. Polka du Guito - Polka du Poètrel
12. Vieille java
13. Scottish du lézard
14. Valse d'Albert Bonnard
15. Lai Guiaudine
16. Cercle "circauxois"
17. Branle du balai

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Jean Léger - Un bal en Auxois

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Dancing tunes and some songs, fruits of a collection made by Jean LEGER with Jean-Luc DEBARD and LA GALVACHE during the 70/80's... Jean LEGER wanted to pay tribute to these two common musicians, through a personal interpretation. He is accompanied by the same partners as in his last album « Recommencez chanson nouvelle » and his old friend called Jean-Luc DEBARD. This is a happy mix of the obligation to remember and current interpretation.

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