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Orchestre Du Festival Interceltique De Lorient - Jef Le Penven : Symphonie Morbihan - Chants Vannetais album download Performer: Orchestre Du Festival Interceltique De Lorient
Album: Jef Le Penven : Symphonie Morbihan - Chants Vannetais
Released: 1987
Style: Celtic
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Enregistré à Lorient le 5 août 1983, sur interprétation de l'orchestre du Festival Interceltique de Lorient dirigé par Guy BERRIER, co-produit par La Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie du Morbihan et KENDALC'H (Maintenir), confédération d'associations culturelles bretonnes, distribué par La Coopérative BREIZH, ce disque est dédié à la mémoire de deux grands Morbihannais qui honorèrent La Bretagne : Jef. LE PENVEN, décédé en 1967 et Henri DUCASSOU, décédé en 1983.

The Festival Interceltique de Lorient (French), Gouelioù Etrekeltiek An Oriant (Breton) or Inter-Celtic Festival of Lorient in English, is an annual Celtic festival, located in the city of Lorient, Brittany, France. It was founded in 1971 by Polig.

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EventsFestival Interceltique de Lorient"The Lorient Interceltic Festival Night" DVD. "The Lorient Interceltic Festival Night" DVD. Model : Availability date . Enjoy the famous show of the Lorient Interceltic Festival! 2 hours of music and dances, with for example the Lann Bihoué bagad. Co-production : Festival Interceltique Lorient & Morgane Production. Price 19,00€ including all taxes.

Jef Le Penven (3 November 1919 - 30 April 1967) was a French composer, born in Pontivy, Morbihan, Brittany. Le Penven was the twelfth child of a family of cabinet makers. He was brought up in an atmosphere of traditional vernacular music, learning to play the bombard (Breton oboe) as a child. He studied at the Schola Cantorum in Paris, working with Marcel Dupré. In 1940, he became the conductor or the Orchestre de Bretagne. Le Penven's music expresses his attachment to Brittany and Celtic culture. He attempts to integrate traditional and symphonic music  . 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 Montjarret.

Festival Interceltique de Lorient. Kevrenn Alre, a Breton musical group. Their second album, Think Before You Think (2000) was voted Best Overall Traditional Act by Dublin's magazine Irish Music. They are the only band to have been voted Best Traditional Group twice in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, in 2001 and again in 2004 when their version of Tommy Sands's "County Down" also won Best Original Song.

Every summer around 700,000 people from all over the world invade the Celtic town of Lorient for this ‘Interceltic Festival’. The festival celebrates the cream of Celtic music hailing from the highlands of Scotland down to the coast of Spain. As the sound of bagpipes fills the air, the festival’s musical parade mesmerises the gathered crowds at the Moustoir stadium and around the fishing port. It features around 200 events and shows and involves a staggering 5,000 performers.

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A1 La Terre 5:30
A2 Les Iles 7:00
A3 La Gavotte Pourlet 4:00
A4 L'Espoir 6:45
B1 Peh Trouz Zo Ar En Douar 3:35
B2 Gras Mat Pier 2:00
B3 Foer A Vranderion 1:20
B4 A Lorient La Jolie 3:20
B5 A Pondi Sur Le Pave 2:40
B6 Me Zo Gannet E Kreiz Er Mor
Text By – YB. Kalloc'h*
3:30
B7 Printemps Sacre (Ou Vers Sacrum)
Chorus – Cantate Du Bout Du MondeText By – PJ. Helias*
3:30

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Coop Breizh

Credits

  • Choir – Kanerion An Oriant (tracks: Kanerien An Oriant)
  • Composed By, Songwriter – Jef Le Penven
  • Harp – François Le Visage

Notes

Enregistré à Lorient le 5 août 1983, sur interprétation de l'orchestre du Festival Interceltique de Lorient dirigé par Guy BERRIER, co-produit par La Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie du Morbihan et KENDALC'H (Maintenir), confédération d'associations culturelles bretonnes, distribué par La Coopérative BREIZH, ce disque est dédié à la mémoire de deux grands Morbihannais qui honorèrent La Bretagne : Jef LE PENVEN, décédé en 1967 et Henri DUCASSOU, décédé en 1983.
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