A folk group which released only two albums, E c’honder and An Den Kozh Dall.

Barzaz has produced deeply lyrical interpretations of Breton gwerzioù (mourning songs) and other folk repertoire.

The group consisted of Yann-Fañch Kemener, who is one of Britanny’s most renown singers, the guitarist Gilles Le Bigot, Jean-Michel Veillon, who is most famous for having introduced the Irish wooden traverse flute into Breton folk music and Alan Genty on the fretless e-bass. It was completed by “Hopi” Hopkins from Ireland on percussion, who has also been a member of Bleizi Ruz

Edited by torum on 14 Apr 2006, 09:06

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