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Les gars de Locminé

Les gars de Locminé

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This is a traditional Breton song. Pierre Calmelet arranged it as unaccompanied 3-part mixed voices. This traditional song was extremely famous in Brittany and even throughout France some would say for fun. According to the legend, it was sung when Francis I of France was in Locminé in 1518.
It alternates between a small soloist group singing the beginning of the verse and the choir taking it over. The energic and lively rhythm is similar to the Breton dance “An-Dro” where each holds another by the little finger. Pierre Calmelet’s arrangement can be performed by every choir. The three-part voices chorus is cleverly written in imitation between sopranos and male voices, which makes the learning easier.

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This is a traditional Breton song. Pierre Calmelet arranged it as unaccompanied 3-part mixed voices. This traditional song was extremely famous in Brittany and even throughout France some would say for fun. According to the legend, it was sung when Francis I of France was in Locminé in 1518.
It alternates between a small soloist group singing the beginning of the verse and the choir taking it over. The energic and lively rhythm is similar to the Breton dance “An-Dro” where each holds another by the little finger. Pierre Calmelet’s arrangement can be performed by every choir. The three-part voices chorus is cleverly written in imitation between sopranos and male voices, which makes the learning easier.