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Luar na Lubre


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A Coruña, Spain (1986 – present)

Luar na Lubre is a multi-awarded band from A Coruña, Galicia, Spain, formed in 1986. Most of their lyrics are in Galician (native language of Galicia), and many of their songs are instrumental. One of their most popular songs “O son do ar” (The sound of the wind) was covered by Mike Oldfield in his album “Voyager”, and former Luar na Lubre singer Rosa Cedrón was a guest singer in his album “Tubular Bells III”.

At the moment, they are promoting their 10th album “Camiños da fin da terra”.

Sara Louraço Vidal - vocals
Xulio Valera - bouzouki, vocals and percussion
Bieito Romero - bagpipes, accordion and zanfoña
Eduardo Coma - fiddle
Patxi Bermudez - bodhran, drum and djimbek
Pedro Valero - acoustic guitar
Xavier Ferreiro - Latin percussion and effects
Xan Cerqueiro - flutes

Solsticio (2010)
Camiños da fin da terra (2007)
Saudade (2005)
Hai un paraiso (2004)
Espiral (2002)
XV Aniversario (2001)
Cabo do mundo (1999)
Plenilunio (1997)
Ara Solis (1993)
Beira atlántica (1990)
O son do ar (1988)

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