Their duo recording shows as well that the music of the Auvergne and Limousin regions of France (Massif Central) might be aged but can be performed in a new and exciting manner. Supported by guests on cabrette, the local type of bagpipe (Michel Esbelin), further bagpipes (Ivan Karvaix) and Hammond organ (Jean-Michel Plasse), the setting is as lively and powerful as the neo-traditional music of the Celtic countries. They are not shy from experimenting and playing games. [...] There are traditional bourrees, mazurkas, scottishe and polkas, as well as contemporary dance tunes in the traditional vein.
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François Breugnot (violin, ténor violin, percussion, banjo)
Cyrille Roche (diatonic accordion, analog synthesizers, stylophone)
Michel Esbelin (cabrette)
Yvan Karvaix (bagpipe Béchonnet)
Jean-Michel « speed » Plasse (Hammond organ)
Laurent Cavalié (song)
|Format||1 album avec livret 4 pages|
|The little extra||Bravos Trad Mag|
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