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THE RETURN OF THE "KORRIGANS DE BREHAT"

Four youngsters from Paimpol took the stage yesterday at the Ceili, one of the festival hotspots where music and beer feature daily during the festivities. They formed their group two years ago in a costarmorican port, and have been touring together ever since in the hope of featuring in a lighthouse production.

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    TEUZ is the name they found to launch the group, unearthed from the story of the Archipelago of Bréhat, and the name of one of four families of goblins ("korrigans") who inhabited the island of flowers and pink rocks. As the story goes, this family were driven from their idyllic home and took refuge at St Pol de Léon. These four lads took a liking to the legend, and in their own way, have brought the Teuz back to life in their whirlwind celtic music in which guitar, accordion, bagpipes and "bodhram" play side by side. When the Teuz had finished playing, the audience immediately struck up with some sailors' sea shanties to carry on the vigil for maritime tradition...
 

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