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    Default Re: Music from Central France

    Slight regional deviation ... listening to all this great stuff reminds me of when I first moved to Barcelona. I got turned on to an iconoclastic group called Kalakau, who, along with hurdy-gurdy maestro Marc Egea, incorporated the gralla, a clarinet family instrument used in traditional dances, into their fusiony Mediterranean music:

    ... locals were scandalized.

    I lost touch with Marc over the years, but he was doing some wild stuff with his hurdy-gurdys - MIDI controllers, aluminum frame instruments, etc.

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