Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Louise Ebrel - Ma Zad Ma Mamm (France 2010) @320


Louise Ebrel is one of most beautiful the feminine voices of Brittany.
She belongs to an big family of singers. It is the girl of Eugenie, one of the three famous Goadec sisters. Child, it always heard his mother, his grandmother, Victorine Goadec, and his two aunts, Maryvonne and Anastasie, to sing for rythmer the work and the hours of the day. Their repertory was vast, original and rich person of Gwerz and Kan has Boz. The Goadec sisters were also famous for their Kan ha diskan. They excelled in art to train the dancers in unrestrained gavottes and fisels. In such a home environment, the Louise young person very quickly will like to sing. She will be able quickly to place her voice and, very young person, she will acquire a vast repertory.

For a long time, Louise Ebrel sang only for the family circle. They are only very recently that it decided to sing in public, in particular with the invitation of Denez Prigent then of Ifig Flatres. It also makes it to perpetuate a tradition and an original repertory which made the reputation of a whole family since several generations. Making following the evening 'Louise Ebrel invites' given in July 2009 within the framework of the Festival from Cornwall in Quimper, 'My Zad, My Mamm' is its first album solo recorded with three artists of talents: Jean Le Floch with the accordion, Alain Leon with the Guitar and Pierrick Tardivel with the Double bass. Louise also invited young people and brilliant singers, Ifig Flatres, Sylvie and Christian Rivoallen, to divide this album that it offers to us with all generosity that one knows to him.

01 - Me Zad Me Mamm
02 - Korantinig Ha Maivonig
03 - Ar Biniou
04 - A Plac'h An Daou Brieg
05 - Pierig A Fransoazig
06 - Ar Micheriou Coz
07 - Gavotten
08 - Marig Ar Polanton
09 - Ar Rannou

Louise EBREL: Voix
Jean LE FLOCH: Accordéon
Alain LEON: Guitare
Pierrick TARDIVEL: Contrebasse
Ifig FLATRÈS: Voix
Sylvie RIVOALEN: Voix
Christian RIVOALEN: Voix.


CrimsonKing said...

Ma Zad Ma Mamm (RS)
Ma Zad Ma Mamm (Yandex)


Spooky Drunk Bard said...

Hello, I've recently discovered your wonderful blog, and I am pleasantly surprised with the quality and choice of the content! I am looking forward to fill the numerous gaps in my knowledge of folk music, and I thank you in advance for your help on that journey!

Jon said...

Thank you Matty and thank you Crimson King!

Wally Gelatau said...

Thank You CK,
never heard of this lady but I'm sure it will be wonderful. Your taste excellent as usual.
BTW, Yandex links seem to be dead already.

Cheers, Wally

lilibeth smith said...

The moment I listen to her songs, I fell in love with it. She had an amazing voice and wonderful music. I will definitely buy her album, if ever its release. Keep it up!
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Anonymous said...

Thanks! still hoping for a re-up on the Annie Ebrel (& friends). I gather Louise Ebrel and Annie Ebrel are not related?


Yojik said...

Thanks so much, CK!

CrimsonKing said...


Ma Zad Ma Mamm


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