The LeBlanc Family / Three pretty young ladies - CD

The LeBlanc Family / Three pretty young ladies - CD

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With three pretty young ladies aged 9, 11 and 12, all playing an instrument, singing Acadian laments, having traveled to France and South Korea accompanied by their two parents and having met generous people from their cultural background, how not wanting to immortalize this journey. This album, recorded "live" in two days, is a sound capture of a family who decided to find a way to be together by playing the oldest pieces of Acadia, a small territory located on the Atlantic coast of North America.

At the bottom of the Baie des Chaleurs, this family lives on an ancestral farm, almost self-sufficient thanks to their historic orchard and their cheese cellar. Like this vegetable garden, the LeBlanc family offers you music from the intangible Acadian heritage stretching from the Acadian peninsula to the Gaspésie, via Chéticamp to Memramcook, the village of their ancestors, via Île-du -Prince Edward, the Magdalen Islands, Newfoundland and crossing the “Great Atlantic River” to France. Have a good trip and above all, enjoy listening!

Album tracks:

1. Continuation of the Islands
2. Sequence of eighth-note reels
3. Forks
4. Gabi’s Attic Suite
5. Suite of hornpipes to Ti-Joe and Célestin
6. The Rider's Daughter
7. Suite in C
8. Lies
9. Three pretty girls, three pretty young ladies
10. Suite Acadie-Poitou
11. Suite of old real stories
12. It’s in Paris
13. Step in Mélo
14. Suite of Acadian mouth reels
15. The beautiful Françoise