Described as "three sensational fiddlers from three distinct Celtic traditions" by the Boston Herald
, Kevin Burke (Ireland), Christian Lemaître (Brittany, France) and André Brunet
(Quebec, Canada) showcase their fascinating international and individual styles.
Young Quebecois musician André Brunet (Le Temps Antan, La Bottine Souriante)--featured in the Vancouver Winter Olympics opening ceremonies-- brings his exuberant foot-stomping French-Canadian fiddle tunes.
The CD features two beautiful tunes composed by André
, "Valse du Chef de Gare" (The Station Master's Waltz), and "Quand Soufflent Les Anges" (When Angels Breathe), as well as three traditional sets -Irish reels, Breton gavottes, and Quebecois jigs.
is a young French-Canadian fiddler playing the infectiously rhythmic tunes of Quebec.
He is a member of the group Les Temps Antan, and was featured in the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.