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Kornog - Korong (CD)

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  1. JoJorg says:
    Find Kornog bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - The music of Brittany was introduced to much of.
  2. Kajigul says:
    Nov 29,  · Kornog – Korong In recent weeks we’ve visited Ireland and England, so now, one day before St Andrew’s Day, it’s time to visit Scotland. Today’s track is undeniably Scottish, The Braes of Killiecrankie is a mash-up between a traditional chorus and verses by Robert Burns and James Hogg, a traditional Scottish tune and a Breton schottishe.
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  4. Turamar says:
    In the northwest of France lies the province of Brittany, where a unique Celtic culture has flourished for centuries. Kornog merged traditional Breton tunes with the Scottish vocal repertoire, creating an exciting new acoustic music. The quartet’s complex arrangements result in a style quite unlike any other, at once graceful and thrilling, ancient and contemporary. Continued.
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  6. Mabar says:
    The only other Breton band to make a splash on the international folk scene was Kornog, which was organized in by the Scots singer and bouzouki player Jamie McMenemy, with guitarist Soig Siberil and fiddler Christian Lemaitre (flute player Jean-Michel Veillon joined shortly thereafter). The group disbanded in , which makes Korong a reunion album of sorts, though Siberil was absent from 8/
  7. Sacage says:
    Kornog: Korong ‎ (CD) Green Linnet: GLCD US: Sell This Version: GLCD Celtic Fiddle Festival: Kevin Burke (2), Johnny Cunningham, Christian LeMaître: Celtic Fiddle Festival: Kevin Burke (2), Johnny Cunningham, Christian LeMaître - The Celtic Fiddle Festival Rendezvous.
  8. Daizilkree says:
    Kornog are the band that introduced the music of Brittany, the Celtic region in the northwest of France, to the world at large in the early '80s. Korong is a welcome return from some of the pioneers of the Breton folk music revival. As on their previous four records, Kornog blend the dance music of Brittany with the ballad tradition of Scotland.
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