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  • Performer: Louise Ebrel
  • Album: Gwerz
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Louise Ebrel - Gwerz album flac

Gwerz Ha Kan Ha Boz. COOP BREIZH 901240.

Annie Ebrel (born 1969) is a traditional singer of Breton from the village of Lohuec, in the district of Callac, Brittany. She learnt her craft under the well known singers Marsel Gwilhou (Marcel Le Guilloux) and Louis Lallour. Through her grandmother Yvonne Ebrel, she is the second cousin of Louise Ebrel, who is a daughter of Eugénie Goadec one of the Goadec Sisters. 1995 : Chants en breton, Coop Breizh. 1996 : Tre ho ti ha ma hini, Coop Breizh. 1996 : Dibenn, (An Naër Production, AN NAER01).

Prigent's first album, Ar gouriz koar (translated The Wax Belt), was released in 1993 on Auvidis/Silex. A second version of the album was recorded and released in 1996 on Barclay Records after a lawsuit between Prigent and Auvidis/Silex over the proceeds from the album sales. The title comes from the song "Ur vag a Vontroulez", in which a woman pledges a gift of wax to Saint John if he saves her son from the wretch. Louise Ebrel) (Traditional).

Listen to Ar rannou from Louise Ebrel's Me zad me mamm for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Ar micheriou coz. Louise Ebrel. Kreiz Breizh Akademi. Gwerz ker is. Jean-François Quéméner, Anne Auffre, Marcel Guilloux. Jean-François Quéméner, Anne Auffret, Marcel Guilloux. Jean Baron, Michel Ghesquière.

Louise Ebrel, born 27 July 1932 at Treffrin in the Côtes-du-Nord (the present Côtes d'Armor), is a Breton singer whose parents Eugénie Goadec (one of the Goadec Sisters) and Job Ebrel were themselves singers. Her repertoire is composed of traditional Breton songs, either for dancing (kan ha diskan) or for listening (gwerz). From 1991 to 2006 she accompanied the singer-poet Denez Prigent in concerts, both as a duo and with his musical group. Since 1996 she has frequently sung with Ifig Flatrès in kan ha diskan at festoù noz.

A gwerz is a lament characterized by a gloomy tone and subject matter. A Gwerz typically describes tragic events such as murders, deaths, wars, forced emigration or lost love. Performers in this field include Jean Le Meut from Vannes, whose songs are mostly of the sonioù variety, and are typically pastoral songs concerning love and marriage. More contemporary singers include Iffig Troadeg, who focuses on lyrically shocking gwerzioù, Patrick Marie, Marthe Vassalo, Klervi Rivière, Mathieu Hamon, Annie Ebrel, Erik Marchand and Denez Prigent. Alan Stivell has used the fiddle and electric violin in his arrangements and compositions since his first album in 1970, inviting different fiddlers for his tours and records. It opened the way for a new generation of performers including Christian Lemaitre, Jackie Molard and the six-violin band Archétype.

The singer Louise Ebrel, daughter of Eugénie Goadec, a famous traditional Breton musician, guests on several songs on the album. Les Ramoneurs de menhirs participated at the Festival Interceltique de Lorient in 2007, having performed outside the official programme. They also played at the BetiZFest. From January 2008, they went on tour in Europe (Scotland, France, Switzerland). During their tour in Scotland, they supported the Scottish celtic punk group Oi Polloi along with Na Gathan. In April 2008, the group won the category "Musical Group" at the competition Kan Ar Bobl.