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The Harmonica and Traditional Québecois Music

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Patrice R
Apr 16, 2010 4:35 PM GMT

Hello all :) !

Bruno Kowalczyk, a marvelous Harmonica player from France and Raymond Lambert,
from Maine (USA) have just published a book on the harmonica in traditional music of
Quebec as well as a CD.

What Bruno had shown me 3 years ago, then in the course of writing, was GREAT already !...
But especially this book does interrest more than only the harmonica players !

Believe it ! This book is a Great book (both in French and english language) !
I received it two days ago and that is better again that what I did remember...

More information is given here for you :

This book is really written for both English and French speaking people with also many tabs.
I earn nothing of course, I am just like you in love with Harmonica and want to share this
information with you :)

Best Regards

Patrice Rayon

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Apr 17, 2010 1:30 AM GMT
OrthodoxBlues Replied:

Thanks! Although I've been to Quebec, I must admit to knowing nothing about traditional Quebecois music. Are there any good YouTube videos that can give us a taste of this music?

Apr 18, 2010 8:22 PM GMT
Patrice R Replied:

Myself I am not a specialist, I didn't wrote the book but I just make know that it is the first on the subject, and I know I am not the only one who like this music :) ...

So I think at least if I indicate these links, they already give a good idea :) :

To be honnest for now I know André Danneau and Bruno as harmonica players specialist of this music on YouTube, but I am really interrested bu others if you have :)


Apr 18, 2010 8:42 PM GMT
Patrice R Replied:

Very famous singer from the past "La Bolduc" : (for the ones who are french speakers it is really the fun to try and understand the words in this record :))...)

After, I think I am not the best indicated to promote it because I am not a specialist but perhaps try to contact Bruno or Ray ?! :)

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