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Pascal Lamour
Born (1958-10-28) 28 October 1958 (age 55)
Origin Theix, Brittany
Genres Breton music
Years active 1994 – present
Labels BNC
Website Official Website

Pascal Lamour (born 28 October 1958 in Theix, Morbihan) is a French Breton musician. After a long career as an herbalist, he devoted himself entirely to music since 2000. He has produced thirteen albums under his own label, BNC, since 1994, but has actually made known in the music business since 2005-2006. He has played throughout Europe, and in Quebec, the United States, Brazil, Vietnam and other countries.[1]

He mixes traditional Breton music with electronic rhythms.[2] In 2010, he wrote a book illustrated by Bruno Brucero.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Le Divenah, François; Thierry Jigourel (2010) Bretagne, terre d'enchantement Paris: Déclics. ISBN 978-2-84768-209-0, p. 24 (in French) "Brittany, land of enchantment".
  2. ^ Debaussart, Emmanuelle (1999) Les musiques celtiques Paris: EJL. ISBN 978-2-277-30294-0, p. 75 (in French) "Celtic musics".

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