Musical performance at the Celtic Music Festival, Avenches, Switzerland, June 2014

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Abstract

Inaugural performance by new Celtic Music Ensemble: Coolmore (Kate Crossan, Josie Nugent, Brian Stafford, Lee Cadieux) at the first Celtic Music Festival at Avenches, Switzerland in June, 2014.This festival supports cross-community and multi-culturalism within Ireland (North and South), the UK, Europe and internationally; embracing Celtic Traditions in Music, Song and Dance. Coolmore, whose name derives from an English phonetic translation of the County Derry/Londonderry village Culmore are a group of four musicians Kate Crossan; vocals, cittern from Co.Antrim; Josie Nugent, fiddle from Co. Clare, Brian Stafford, pipes, whistle from Londonderry and Lee Cadieux; concertina, harmonica from Canada.

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Keywords

  • Celtic Music Festival
  • Avenches
  • Lee Cadieux
  • Concertina
  • Harmonica
  • Coolmore
  • Cross-community
  • Traditional Irish Music

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Musical performance at the Celtic Music Festival, Avenches, Switzerland, June 2014. Cadieux, Lee (Author). 2014. Event: Celtic Music Festival, Avenches, Switzerland.

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