Music sheet for piano of MOLENE of the pianist of Jazz Didier SQUIBAN. Pdf version of 15 plays to download. Sheet Music and Tabs for Didier t, arranger and composer, Didier Squiban touched a keyboard for the first time at the age of 8, at the organ of the. Molène – Didier Squiban. Piano Solo, titles are: Suite N°1: Tri Men, Ar Baradoz, An Alarc’h, Suite D’an Dro Du Pays Vannetais. Ledenez, Kost Ar C’hoat, Tri Men, .

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Sheet Music : Squiban, Didier : Ballades : Partition + CD (Piano solo)

I am hoping to re-locate to France in the not too distant future and I will be spending quite a lot of time in Brittany this year house hunting in and around the Dinan area. Can anybody out there point me in the right direction of some recordings and possibly tune books?


Have we any members from partitoon area, who play regularly? Yes, Welcome in Brittany Here some transcriptions http: Anything By “Kornog” or the members of that band. There are many bands which have been discussed elsewhere in the “Session”.

Didier Squiban

Where do you start?? Another excellent recording is Deliou – Molard brothers. Fred is the box playing brother.

Its Jean Charles that plays the guitar. I decided to let you away with the Charles omission! Ok, the breton tunes are here Breton – Bretagne country http: During two years I spent in Latvia, I came upon a pwrtition of an extraordinary Breton band. The tape was given to friends of mine by friend of theirs in St. Petersburg, whom I never cot the chance to ask about it.

I had to leave the tape in Latvia, and since coming back to England, I have tried, without success, to track down this band. Their material sounds traditional Breton, some of it perhaps newly composed in a traditional style.


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What is particularly ingenious about them is that they introduce a didker, jazzy feel to their arrangements, yet retaining the structure and overall sound of Breton music. Their instrumentation is an eclectic mix of traditional and non-traditional: Any ideas who they might be, and where I can get their recordings?

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Does that make me wrong twice or does one cancel out the other? Thanks for your help guys I will order a selection of the CD.

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