Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Cuarteto Caramuxo - Arrieiros somos (Galicia / Spain 2015) @320


Another great work of galician musicians. 

Tracklist:
01. A min
02. Na vendima
03. Alalá do val
04. Apertura
05. Muiñeira nova con retranca
06. Mazurka de Laroá
07. Equerquellequer
08. O crime
09. Arrieiros somos
10. Punto, volta e revolta

Patricia Cela: percusión
Marcos Padrón: acordeón
Felipe Agell: clarinetes requinto e soprano
Xoan Carlos Vázquez: clarinete soprano
Oscar Prieto: clarinete soprano e baixo
Fernando Abreu: clarinete soprano, baixo e contrabaixo

Left Blank's Compil Folk 23



Monday, August 21, 2017

Aligot Elements - Le Signal Du Luguet (France 2003) @320


Among modern music, that of Aligot Elements itself as a directory cocktail from the soil of the mountains of Auvergne and the center of France, original grooves and acoustic compositions as well as "hat exits" as so many reflections of these sources sent through their imagination on their instruments ...
Aligot Elements surprises every piece of seeing, playing swing between melodies and songs rooted and colors, sounds located in the most current "universal" (Funk, Rock, Jazz ...). From the wild energy of volcanoes at the nonchalant swing ballads, the sextet Aligot Elements takes the listener ears and feet awakened in a seeded passion and discovery route.


01 - Zarbi des burons
02 - L'eau de roche
03 - Pleine lune
04 - Mema lo matin
05 - Orgues et trompettes
06 - Mazurka
07 - Filer sous le vent
08 - La grand bête
09 - Vers mon étoile
10 - Sur la Dordogne
11 - Le signal du Luguet
12 - Remix
13 - Bonus track


François BREUGNOT : violons, sax soprano, chant
Jean-Paul FAURIE : contrebasse
Philippe FAURIE : guitares, chant
Richard HÉRY : batterie, percussions, clarinette basse
Sylvie MATHÉ : vielle, chant
Fabrice PLANCHAT : violon alto, accordéon diatonique, cornemuses
Invité:
Didier LAMAZE : sax ténor et alto, clarinette

Albums removed



All of Magpie Lane's albums were removed
by artist's request.


Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Ronan Le Bars, Nicolas Quemener - Bimis Ag Ol (Brittany 1997) [256m4a]


Ronan Le Bars, born April 20, 1968 in Guingamp, Côtes-d'Armor, is a French musician of Breton culture, renowned for his virtuosity in uilleann pipes, bagpipes and low whistles.

He participated in major Breton formations such as The Celtic Heritage, The Celtic Social Club, An Tour-Tan, Celtictals, Celtic Procession. He works with the greatest Breton artists, Alan Stivell, Dan Ar Braz, Red Cardell, Gilles Servat, Gabriel Yacoub, Soig Siberil, Didier Squiban, Manu Lann-Huel, Jacques Pellen and the Boclé brothers. He is also present on the albums of Deep Forest, Johnny Hallyday, Claude Nougaro, Renaud, Yann Tiersen, Stephan Eicher, Michel Polnareff...


Nicolas Quemener , born in August 1964 in Beaufort-en-Vallée ( Maine-et-Loire ), is a French musician, recognized guitarist in Celtic music , playing in open agreement . Guitarist soloist, he also has the talent of creativity and accompaniment. He has accompanied the great Breton artists ( Gilles Servat , Dan Ar Braz within the Celtic Heritage , Ronan Le Bars ) and participated in Celtic music groups such as Arcady , Skeduz , Kornog , Orion , Hudel, Pennoù Skoulm . He played on stage with Jackie Daly & Johann Mc Donagh , Donal Lunny , Martin O'Connor , Ronny Drew , and several Irish singers like Frances Black , Niamh Parsons and Rita Connolly .

He lived his childhood in the region of Angers and spent his holidays in Brittany, his father being a native of Camaret. Between the ages of 13 and 16, he studied percussion at the National Music Conservatory of Angers for four years. He listens to Bothy Band and meets Breton and Irish musicians when he visits the Korn-Er-Pont tavern in Guern, which makes him want to play. At the age of 18, a friend offers him a guitar.

Guitarist, flutist and Breton singer, he lived from 1989 to 1992 in Ireland, which enabled him to enrich his musical culture. Playing in the pubs of Galway, he meets the musicians with whom he will form the group Arcady with Connor Keane and Johnny "Ringo" Mc Donagh. In 1990, he began the adventure Arcady, a group with which he made 8 tours in the United States and elsewhere (Western Europe, Canada, Great Britain and Scotland, Scandinavia, Near East, Asia, Japan ...).

Back in Brittany in 1993, Yvon Lefevre proposes to him to found the group of Breton music Skeduz. The group stops in 2001 but goes back on stage from 2007. In 1994, he left Arcady to join the Orion group, replacing the guitarist Soïg Sibéril. In 1995, he became a member of the international Celtic Legacy (50 musicians on stage, including Dan Ar Braz, Capercaillie and Donal Lunny ).

Since 1996, he plays duo with the uillean piper Ronan Le Bars and accompanies the singer Gilles Servat. He also plays with the Kornog , Pennoù Skoulm, Hudel, in duo with accordeonist Audrey Le Jossec or trio with Laurent Papin on saxophone. In 2007 he is the godfather of Celtic Night IV in Caussade. In 2010 he released the album Faoi Blàth with the flutist Ciaran Somers and the violinist Dave Sheridan, two musicians from Carlow County, south of Dublin.


13 tracks recorded in Prat in February 1997 under the artistic direction of Didier Squiban


Tracklist:
1. The Leitrim Letter / The Twelves Pins / Jim Donoghue's (reels) 4:09
2. Policeman's Holiday / The Big John Jig (Jigs) 3:01
3. Gloomy Winter Noo Awa (Song) 3:44
4. Kerry Slides (Slides) 3:20
5. Crowley's / McFarley's / The Leitrim Trush (reels) 2:56
6. Thomond Bridge Hornpipe / The Star of the East (hornpipes) 3:58
7. Dark Island (air) 4:11
8. Tim Moloney / Doherty's / The Phoenix Reel (reels) 3:38
9. Bimis Ag Ol / Eddy Kelly's / The Geese in the Bog (jigs) 4:37
10. Solo Uillean Pipe (slow air) 4:38
11. Liverpool Hornpipe / The Friendly Visit (hornpipes) 2:45
12. Jackie's Tune (Song) 3:05
13. The Red Crow / In Memory of Coleman (reels) 3:31

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Trio Loubelya - Sogni d'oro (France 2013) @320


(Neo -) trad-jazz-music-of-the-world. This would be a proposal if one were to classify the music of this trio.

Fit labels, neologisms barbarians, who tend to compartmentalize the music, the trio Loubelya, him, took the party to live it fully.
This album is like them: both intimate and eloquent, virtuosic and popular. Moving. Just as the complicity that is created between its members, balls in balls on the roads of Europe. Mazurkas, packed, or circles circassians are outlined, with the background, the bucolic charm of the parks of Lisbon, the landscapes of the South of Italy , the magic of Venice ,the strength of the volcanoes of the Azores or the heat of the coffee shops of Arnaud Bernard in Toulouse.
The breath fumed out of the accordion comes shelter a playground where clarinet and saxophone, sometimes subtle, sometimes playful, defying the round depth of the bass.

Three strong personalities, for sure, Mary Constant, Florent Lalet and Rolland Martinez, who here are based up to form a fourth: the Trio Loubelya.
Loubelya, it means living.

The trio Loubelya it is a harmonious cocktail of original compositions, a touch of emotion, a zest of humour, and a nice complicity for a ball "trad'current" forceful and intimate, combining with finesse the subtle breath of the accordion, the timbre intoxicating, the saxophone, the clarinet delusional and the deep, immersive bass.

Tracklist:
1. Gavotte d'Alzen (Gavotte... d'Alzen !)  5:37
2. le Rondeau d'Indron (Rondeau)  4:24
3. Mouchti (Mazurka)  6:47
4. Viccirclette - Love-Love pigeons (Cercles Circassiens)  3:44
5. Piclune (Valse à 5 temps)  5:59
6. Complètement bourrée / Beaucoup trop sobre (Bourrée à 3 temps)  4:07
7. Mazurkamille (Mazurka)  6:16
8. Euforriz (Scottish)  4:28
9. Jeanne (Valse)  6:51
10. Lollypop - Churchill Company (Bourrées 2 temps)  5:12
11. Valzer di Sant'Angelo (Valse à 8 temps) + Vieille Chamelle (Mazurka)  10:48

Camille Passeri: trompette
Rolland Martinez: clarinette, contrebasse
Marie Constant: accordéon diatonique

invité:
Bastien Mercier: Violoncelle
Vincent Cazanave-Pin: violons et alto
Florent Lalet: saxophone
Jairo Rodrigues: percussion

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Bifólc - Bal Fólc (Italy 2012) @320


A pair of musicians attracted by traditional popular culture and by a glass or two of good red wine, all the better if in an old fashioned pub around a table with good friends, playing music and telling tales...
In december 2006 Stefano Guagnini and Gianluca Cavallotto become Bifòlc.
Their repertoire? A beautiful mixture of music and songs that invite dancing and listening alike. These are from regions such as Piedmont, the Occitan regions of both France and Italy( Italian Occitan valleys, Quercy, Auvergne, Gascoigne) and all the way to Poitou, Vandée and Brittany.
In other words, all the necessary ingredients for a “bal fòlc”, a street party or more simply

    ...a cellar drinking session !

A collection of songs, dances and traditional melodies from South Western france.
 
Stefano Guagnini: Violino, Boha, Musette 16 pouces, voce
Gianluca Cavallotto: Organetto, Tambourin, Voce

Tracklist:
1. La nostra arca (Branle de la La Vallée d'Ossau)
2. Seguida de Borreias (suite Bourrées Planières)
3. De tonneibs a marmande (Branle de l`Haut-Agenais)
4. Congos
5. Lou mes mai (Rond du Quercy)
6. Branle en couple (Vallée d'Ossau)
7. Escotish
8. Seguida de Borreias (suite Bourrées d`Auvergne)
9. Rondeu de samatan (suite Suite Rondeaux du Savès)
10. Chansons de nau (suite Rondeaux des Landes)
11. Un berger se proumenabo (Branle de la La Vallée d'Ossau)



Friday, July 28, 2017

Steeleye Span - Wintersmith Deluxe Edition 2 CDs (England 2013-2014) @320


Steeleye Span’s latest offering is a collaboration with none other than Terry Pratchett, best known for his the Discworld series of novels. Terry is a self-declared Spanner and has been since his adolescence: “my mate Dave put me between two huge speakers and turned everything up to eleven. He played Boys of Bedlam until the chimney wobbled”. He’s been hooked ever since. Steeleye Span also played at Terry’s sixtieth birthday, it was after hearing that Maddy was a fan of his work that he proposed a collaboration to weave in some words of his own into their songs. The result is Wintersmith an album that is already topping the Amazon English folk album charts!

Wintersmith is a concept album based on Pratchett’s Tiffany Aching series so those of you that have read the novels will be familiar with the 13 years old Tiffany who in Wintersmith joins in the secret dark morris, the morris dance performed wearing black clothes and octiron bells that welcomes in the winter. She ends up coming face to face with the very face of winter himself. You can’t miss the cover which features Dark Morris on a backdrop of winter woods, the perfect eye-catching image for the tales of ancient rituals and secret folk dances that lie within.

Although the album can still be enjoyed without having read the novels, those that have will form an instant association with the songs. This comes as a bonus as you’ll understand the significance of songs through characters such as The Summer Lady with whom Tiffany shares some powers.

This is folk rock and in places, especially in the opening it is with a capital ‘R’. A quick grab for the sleeve notes reveals that production was handed to Chris Tsangarides who has names such as Thin Lizzy, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath and Gary Moore under his belt…well, if you’re going to rock you may as well do it right.

Before you run for the hills there are folkier offerings such as ‘You‘ which features the Northumbrian Pipes of guest musician Kathryn Tickell. Band of Teachers also hikes up the folk offering still more with the help of Maddy’s fine vocals, lovely harmonies, a catchy rhythm and Peter Knight’s fine dancing fiddle solo. Besides Kathryn other guests feature including John Spiers on Melodeon and of course Terry Pratchett on vocals whose spoken words on ‘The Good Witch‘ will bring a smile to the face of many Pratchett fans as he talks of the loneliness and hard work involved in being a witch.

The album, despite the dark elements also has lighter moments which will be more obvious to those that know the characters such as the Nac Mac Feegle who are best described as Glaswegian fairy folk who like to drink and fight.

As a concept album it has that feel of being made for a stage production and I’m not suggesting it will become one but with sixteen tracks on offer it must have crossed peoples minds! Spanners will be pleased with the album and Pratchett fans will also be heading for it in droves. There will no doubt be some crossover along the way with CDs and novels exchanging hands…a perfectly matched offering!
by ALEX GALLACHER

Original CD
01 - Ouverture: Ancient Eyes & The Dark Morris Tune (2.10)
02 - The Dark Morris Song (4.01)
03 - Wintersmith (4.38)
04 - You (3.24)
05 - The Good Witch (3.50)
06 - Band of Teachers (3.46)
07 - The Wee Free Men (2.18)
08 - Hiver (3.25)
09 - Fire & Ice (5.14)
10 - The Making of a Man (4.04)
11 - Crown of Ice (4.05)
12 - First Dance (4.44)
13 - The Dark Morris Tune (5.30)
14 - The Summer Lady (3.54)
15 - Ancient Eyes (4.38)
16 - We Shall Wear Midnight (4.09)

Deluxe Edition Bonus CD
01 - To Be Human (4.11)
02 - Be Careful What You Wish For (5.48)
03 - Granny Aching (2.33)
04 - Just One Heart (4.25)
Live Recordings from the 2013 Wintersmith Tour
05 - You (2.44)
06 - Ancient Eyes (3.26)
07 - The Dark Morris Tune (3.04)
08 - The Dark Morris Song (4.12)
09 - The Making of a Man (3.59)
10 - Crown of Ice (4.19)
11 - Summer Lady (4.12)
12 - We Shall Wear Midnight (4.24)
Demos
13 - Ancient Eyes (3.12)
14 - The Wee Free Men (2.23)


Maddy Prior: vocals
Peter Knight: violin, keyboard, vocals
Rick Kemp: bass, vocals
Liam Genockey: drums, percussion
Julian Littman: electric guitars, vocals
Pete Zorn: acoustic guitar, mandolin, vocals, saxophone
Guests:
Terry Pratchett: Voice
Kathryn Tickell: Noerthumbrian Pipes
Bob Johnson: Vocals
John Spiers: Melodeon


Tuesday, July 25, 2017

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Spontus - Spontus (2010 France) @320


This 4th album extends the approach undertaken in the previous one: music to listen to while dancing, or music to dance that is listening! A music that often flies to new sounds but always lands in a fest-noz when the violin and the kan and diskan guitar, or the accordion and the double bass play with the bombard and the biniou. In this disc, Spontus reveals a very personal universe, a universe impregnated by the quest for style, with very pronounced references, a universe also born of a complicity created by these years of common life ...

01 - Wanig
02 - Indécis'8
03 - An dro
04 - Gavotte tamm kentañ
05 - Gavotte tamm kreiz
06 - Gavotte tamm diwezhañ
07 - Lili
08 - Louloudéac
09 - Les hirondelles
10 - Ridécallées

  
Alan Paranthoën: violon
Youen Paranthoën: accordéon
Erwan Bérenguer: guitares acoustique et électrique
Yann Le Bozec: contrebasse,basse électrique

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Spontus - An Huneour (2014 France) @320


"Spontus has made people dance in all corners of Brittany since 1996. The band plays a renewed traditional dance music. A boundless creativity witch strengthens the link between musicians and dancers. The band offers a large repertoire of dances from western and eastern Brittany, constantly refering to a common set of dances. The musicians draw their music out of the 4 albums they have realesed to make people dance. They keep a fair share of improvisation and interaction with dancers when it comes to the choice of repertoire."
Collectif Klam

01- Marius (Ridee de guillac)
02- Les vacances Mr Joe #1 (Avant2)
03- J'avais pas dix ans (Tour)
04- Les vacances de Mr Joe #2 (Bal de Rhuys). La suite du séjour de l'accordéoniste irlandais, dans le sud du 56
05- J'ai dix beaux petits moutons noirs (Pilé)
06- Chacun ses chiottes sèches et son chaux chanvre (pachpi)
07- An huneour (Kost Er hoet).
08- Sous le soleil de Keguestenen (Baleu)
09- Reloudeac (Ronde de loudéac)
10- Les pyjamas de cowboy (Riqueniée)
11- Une carrière bien remplie (Mazurka)
12- Avec son violon (Polka)
13- Tonton Jéjé (Laridé Gavotte)

  
Alan Paranthoën: violon
Youen Paranthoën: accordéon
Erwan Bérenguer: guitares acoustique et électrique
Yann Le Bozec: contrebasse,basse électrique

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Peut-être Jeanne - Peut-être Jeanne (France 2016) @320

This duo of travelers plays with a spontaneous energy, creating their own language. Accordion and clarinet are two old friends who likes to play intimate compositions inspired by traditional music. They also like the smell of wood when dancers feet slip around them.

Raphaël Decoster : Diatonic Accordion
Olivier Catteau : Diatonic Accordion, Clarinets

Tracklist:   
1. Orchestre de velours 03:46
2. Canopée 04:47
3. Bourrées trois temps 03:23
4. Daddy Longlegs 06:53
5. Bernaches 02:37
6. L'Uomo proeittile 06:11
7. Trafiko jam 04:10
8. Gaivota 05:05
9. Rain inside 05:55
10. Moonlight Sunrise 06:35
11. Marcel moustache 04:51
12. Le cristal incommensurable 05:50

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Tapage - Tapage (France 1997) @192

Tracklist:
1. La Cabale / Retour d'automne / La Cabale Bourrées à 3 temps
2. Bourrée à Stéphane / Pacotille Bourrées à 2 temps
3. Gabhaim molta Bride / Copsa Mica Chant Gaëlic - scottisch
4. Le bois de brumes / La Malgouverne -  Bourrées à 2 temps
5. Valse à Fleuret / Les blés verts - Valses
6. La Bonne Dame / Geneviève - Bourrées à 3 temps
7. Shpil-je mir a lidele in Yidish / Le petit manteau rouge Chant - Polka
8. L'emeraude / Badinerie - Scottisch
9. Frou - Frou - Valse
10. Dix cors / Max et Manu - Bourrées à 2 temps
11. La malmariée - Chant
12. Galipette - Polka
13. P'tit bout de valse / Les Tournesols Valse - Bourrée à 3 temps
14. Le soir venu / Les Héritiers Scottsich - Bourrée à 2 temps
15. Tapage Bourrée à 2 temps

Christelle DURAND : Accordéons G/C/# et D/G/#. (Castagnari, Borelli)
Régis DUPUIS : Cornemuse 20 pouces. (Serge Durin) Accordéons G/C/# et C#/D. (Bertrand Gaillard, Castagnari remanié)
Stéphane DURAND : Vielles acoustique et électro-acoustique. (Bernard Kerboeuf , Denis Siora) Batterie électronique
    
avec les aimables interventions de :
Brigitte DUPUIS au chant,
Dominique MOLLET à la contrebasse,
Jean VEDRINE au piano,
Sonia ROGOWSKI à la clarinette.

Tapage - Partage Nocturne (2000 France) @192


Bourbonno-European trip for a trio of finesse 'Carried away by the whirlwind of a polka or lulled by a lament, trained by the jerky rhythm of a bourrée or bewitched by a Gaelic chant, the genres succeed each other with the same dexterity. A hurdy-gurdy, a diatonic and a bagpipes, it takes no more to give superb colors to traditional melodies, drawn from imaginary sources to compose others all equally remarkable, exploring the musical richness of elsewhere.


01 - Ratatam (bourrée à 3 temps) - La Cassure (bourrée à 2 temps)
02 - Rue des Prés - La Courtisane (scottishes)
03 - Pirouette Cacahuète (polka)
04 - Mascarade (bourrée à 2 temps)
05 - L'Egarée (mazurka)
06 - L'Embuscade - Chamade (bourrées à 2 temps)
07 - Les Ouvriers (chant)
08 - Sir Laurence (scottish orientale)
09 - Valse pour Céline
10 - Brasero (scottish)
11 - Funambule (air lent)
12 - My Youngest Son (chant) - Tamlin (reel)
13 - Lassitude (valse)

Accordion – Christelle Durand
Bagpipes – Régis Dupuis
Vielle – Stéphane Durand

Left Blank's Compil Folk 19

 

Monday, June 26, 2017

Okra Playground - Turmio (Finland 2016) @320


Helsinki based electro-folk band Okra Playground was originally formed in 2010
from a shared wish to bring together excellent people and musician to play around traditional Finnish music with a fresh approach. The band became almost literally a musical playground for its musicians. On this playground the kantele and bowed lyre, both ancient folk instruments, coexist in a new, exciting symbiosis with modern instruments and soundscapes. The music resulting from the quite unusual interesting combination has roots deep in the Finnish soil, but its tallest branches spread out towards the furthest shores of world music. The strong voices of the three female singers, as well as the age-old lyrics, simultaneously take the listener to far-off places and close to home. Okra Playground’s fresh music captivates the listener with its hypnotic beat and mystical energy.

“This is one of the most exciting bands to come out of Finland in recent times.” (Songlines Magazine UK 122/2016)


01 - Kaunokieli
02 - Turmio
03 - Viivytysvirsi
04 - Viimatar
05 - Pakkasloitsu
06 - Hopeamorsian
07 - Tulen Synty
08 - Kun Mun Kultani Tulisi
09 - Sorsa
10 - Tuulen Tuoma


Päivi Hirvonen – vocals, fiddle, bowed harp jouhikko
Maija Kauhanen – vocals, kantele
Essi Muikku – vocals, kantele
Sami Kujala – electric bass
Veikko Muikku – accordion, synthesizer
Tatu Viitala – percussion

Friday, June 23, 2017

Rémi Geffroy - Du Jour Au Lendemain (France 2016) @320


Tracklist:
1. Un Jour (01:25)
2. Passé Simple (04:30)
3. Pandemonium (07:56)
4. Comme Une Fin D'été (03:53)
5. Les Larmes De Sable (04:08)
6. Empathie (feat. Clément Griffault) (04:18)
7. L'égoïste Solidaire (03:18)
8. 130 911 (04:55)
9. Pause (02:51)
10. Empathie (04:08)
11. La Fuite Du Chat Noir (03:08)
12. Réveil Matin (06:22)

Rémi Geffroy - accordéon diatonique
Maxime Llorca - guitares
Christian Martinaud - batterie
Clément-Son Dang - violoncelle

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Maddy Prior - Year (England 1993) - @320


01 - Spring: Snowdrops/Birth
02 - Summer: Swimming Song
03 - Autumn: Marigold/Harvest Home
04 - Winter: Red & Green
05 - Winter: Long Shadows
06 - Somewhere Along the Road
07 - What Had You for Supper?
08 - Saucy Sailor
09 - The Fabled Hare
10 - Deep in the Darkest Night
11 - Boys of Bedlam
12 - Twa Corbies

Maddy Prior: vocals
Nick Holland: piano keyboards, Hammond BVs
Richard Lee: double bass
Rick Kemp: bass on [7]
Mick Dyche: acoustic guitars
Martin Loveday: cello
Liam Genockey: percussion
Andy Watts: shawms on [2], recorder on [4]
John Dochary: bass BVs


Left Blank's Compil Folk 17

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Päre - Hausjärvi beat (2016 Finland) @320


There used to be such a thing as Finnish bagpipes, but the instrument sank into obscurity for 200 years until Petri Prauda (also known as a player of stringed instruments in Frigg, Hyperborea, etc.) had the notion of re-creating it with instrument builder Yrjänä Ermala. Accordingly, Hausjärvi beat marks the recording debut not only of the band named Päre but also of the Finnish bagpipes – and a groovy debut it is, too.

This is a disc of delightfully pompous acoustic stadium folk that without any doubt will have people dancing. Described as all-natural ethno-disco, the repertoire consists of repetitive kantele and jouhikko tunes and fiddle melodies from both Finnish-speaking and Swedish-speaking regions of Finland.

Everything is bound together by the band’s watertight ensemble work and particularly the rich sound world of the rarer instruments: not only Prauda on the bagpipes but also Tapani Varis on the jaw harps, folk clarinet (liru) and overtone flute, Piia Kleemola on the violin and octave violin, Jarmo Romppanen on the ten-string mandola. Everything floats over the percussion kit intricately managed by Oskari Lehtonen.

Hausjärvi beat by Päre was worth waiting for – after two centuries the bagpipes ride again!
 
Amanda Kauranne
Translation: Jaakko Mäntyjärvi

Tracklist:
1. Hausjärvi Beat 
2. Karhunpeijaispolska / voi minuu, polone poiga 
3. Gammal vals från Lappträsk / Långdans 
4. Menuetti Oravaisista / Polska Bromarvista 
5.Åttastjillingspolskan / Polska från Lappfjärd 
6. Trepatska 
7.Laulu / Pajatusta / 666 
8. Pielijärvi

Piia Kleemola - viulu, oktaaviviulu, 15-kielinen kantele
Oskari Lehtonen - lyömäsoittimet
Petri Prauda - suomalainen säkkipilli
Jarmo Romppanen - 10-kielinen mandola
Tapani Varis - liru, munniharppu, pitkähuilu

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