Sandi and I have discovered French folk music and dance and met some wonderful musicians
On Sat 26 September 2015 Oxana and Sandi of Incidentals attended French and Breton music and dance workshop organised by Les Panards Dansants – French Music and Dance in West Yorkshire.
The music/dance workshop, 1 to 2.30 pm (£2) was brilliant, we had such a great time. There was around 20 or more musicians playing guitars, violin, mandolin and similar instruments, bag pipes, bodhran, accordian, tambourine and much more. They had obviously played together a lot, they were excellent!
Neil, first left with a hand drum on the photo, also played a Glen Velez tambourine and a Meinl pandeiro. He learnt from YouTube!
We joined in with our drums.
There was lovely food to help yourself to and make a brew in the interval. (Refreshments (£2) or bring and share a dish).
Then lots more people arrived for the Dance workshop:…
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