Yann Tiersen - Yann Tiersen-live aux eurock rue de cascades
Beautiful improvisation of Rue de Cascades.
Les Déesses
Les Déesses : On a changé Produced by Kaysha for Sushiraw / Written by Kamnouze © Nouvelle Donne.
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Nolwenn Leroy
Nolwenn Leroy is the second French winner of the tv show Star Academy in 2002. Here you can listen her first single Cassé (meaning Broken). The single ...
Yann Tiersen
Genius at work here, just sit back and enjoy. Yann Tiersen is the natural.
Basque music - Folk dance video
I happend to see an competition event.
Yann Tiersen
Le Fabuleux destin d'Amelie Poulain (Amelie) Meu filme favorito =] My favourite one! Song: Yann Tiersen - La Valse d'Amelie.
Patrick St-Eloi
Patrick Saint-Éloi "créole lover" was a French singer native of Guadeloupe, born 20 October 1958 in Pointe-à-Pitre and died of cancer 18 September 2010 in Le Moule.His name remains associated with the...
Kan ar Bobl
Kan ar Bobl (Breton for Song of the people) is a Breton music competition created in 1973, that takes place in Lorient as part of the Festival Interceltique de Lorient. It was the brainchild of Polig ...
The kayamba is a flat musical instrument used in the Mascarene Islands to play sega and maloya music. It is called maravanne in Mauritius.Kayambas are made of reed (or sugar cane flower stems) and is ...
Kayamb - Wikipedia
The caramusa is a type of bagpipe played in Corsica. It consists of a chanter and a parallel drone.The instrument is associated with shepherds, and also was traditionally played at festivals.
Kortatu was a ska punk band from the Basque Country formed in Irun in the summer of 1984. Kortatu was born in the context of the first democracy years in Spain in 1984. They had a big significance for...
Kortatu - Wikipedia
Iñaki Plaza Murga
Iñaki Plaza Murga (born 1976) is a Basque musician from Bilbao, Biscay. He began studying trikitixa (Basque diatonic accordion) and traditional Basque percussion (txalaparta, pandero) in 1993. He la...
Xabi Aburruzaga
Xabi Aburruzaga (born 1978 in Portugalete, Euskadi, Spain) is a Basque musician and composer, who is a master of the Trikitixa, the diatonic accordion.
Xabi Aburruzaga (Portugalete, 1981) is a Bis...
Xabi Aburruzaga - Wikipedia
Eusko Abendaren Ereserkia
Eusko Abendaren Ereserkia ("Anthem of the Basque Ethnicity"), also known as Euskadiko Ereserkia, is the official anthem of the Basque Country (Spain). The original title uses the orthography Euzko.It ...
Soumia Bahri or just Soumia (born August 27, 1977, in Saint-Mandé, Val-de-Marne) is a French Zouk singer.
Soumia Bahri was born near Paris (France) to Moroccan parents, She has a Master's degree i...
Georges Arnoux
Georges Arnoux, (3 August 1891, Paris – 11 November 1971, Vevey, Switzerland) was a composer.
He was the descendant of a family originally from Switzerland. He studied under Vincent d'Indy, at the...
Basque music
Basque music refers to the music made in the Basque Country, reflecting traits related to that society/tradition, and devised by people from that territory. While traditionally more closely associated...
Basque music - Wikipedia
Negu Gorriak
Negu Gorriak (Basque for "Red Winters" or "Severe/Harsh Winters") were an underground Basque group. Their musical style combines various styles of rock music such as hardcore punk, hip-hop, ska, and ...
Negu Gorriak - Wikipedia
Tempo Networks
Tempo Networks is a pan-Caribbean television channel broadcasting the music and culture of the Caribbean. Programming includes music videos, news, dramas, and documentaries addressing all aspects of ...
La Oreja de Van Gogh
La Oreja de Van Gogh (English: The ear of Van Gogh) is a Latin Grammy-winning and Grammy-nominated Spanish pop band from Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain. The name of the band refers to the famous post-i...
La Oreja de Van Gogh - Wikipedia
The txalaparta ([tʃaˈlapaɾta], [tʃalaˈpaɾta]) is a specialized Basque music device of wood or stone. In some regions of the Basque Country, zalaparta (with [s]) means "racket", while in others (in Na...
Txalaparta - Wikipedia
A Filetta
A Filetta is an all-male singing group that performs traditional music from Corsica. This group was created in 1978 by Michele Frassati. He enlisted Corsican singers so that the traditional Corsican ...
A Filetta - Wikipedia
Alan Stivell
Alan Stivell (born Alain Cochevelou January 6, 1944 in Riom, Auvergne, France) is a Breton and Celtic musician and singer, recording artist and master of the Celtic harp. From the early 1970s he reviv...
Alan Stivell - Wikipedia
Denez Prigent
Denez Prigent ([ˈdẽːnes ˈpriːʒẽn(t)]; born 17 February 1966 in Santec, Finistère) is a French (Breton) folk singer-songwriter of the gwerz and kan ha diskan styles of Breton music. From his debut at t...
Denez Prigent - Wikipedia
Eusko Gudariak
Eusko Gudariak (originally spelt Euzko Gudariak, "Basque Soldiers") was the republican anthem of the Eusko Gudarostea, the army of the Basque Autonomous Government during the Spanish Civil War. The so...
Berri Txarrak
Berri Txarrak (Bad News in English) is a Basque rock power trio whose songs are sung in Basque. It was founded in 1994 in Lekunberri, Navarre, Spain.
Berri Txarrak originated in Lekunberri, Navarr...
Berri Txarrak - Wikipedia
Maloya is one of the two major music genres of Réunion, usually sung in Réunion Créole, and traditionally accompanied by percussion and a musical bow. Maloya is actually a new form that has origins in...