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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Fun Folk of the French-Canadian Style March 17 2010
By Dr. Debra Jan Bibel - Published on
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Warning: Track 5, Mamzelle Kennedy and Track 6, Les Métiers, are pure joy. The other fine works on this latest album of the great instrumental and vocal folk group from Quebec, Canada, Le Vent du Nord, also contribute to a grand, mature musical collection. This is the group's most varied yet well-balanced album, with mainly tradition-based ballads and dances, heroic tales, nostalgic laments, and even an arrangement recalling the music hall or oldtime bandstand. The musicians perform with such energy and cheer that the listener cannot help but share in the fun. This is a very satisfying album. I must be a fan because it is my third from these Québecois. The style of folk song typically involves a solo singer presenting a verse or phrase with immediate choral repetitions. Instruments, which include piano and diatonic accordions, hurdy gurdy, jaw harp, violin, guitar, mandolin, piano, and bouzouki and percussion, provide an ancient and traditional country sound to modern arrangements.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Ecstatic, Joyful, Classic Sept. 7 2010
By Lindsay N. Bowker - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Well, I am not on the same par as other reviewers of this outstanding, infectiously joyous new album by Le Vent du Nord. I found them first last week at the Americam International Folk Festival here in Maine..spellbound by their beautiful collaboration with one another and their magical blend of voices and instruments. It shines through on this album as well (although watching someone play the hurdy gurdy and sing at the same time is mesmerizing and can't be matched by a CD). Their musical interpretation of Lanlaire,(track 1), lyric by Gustave Nadeau is worth the price of the Cd alone..but then that could be said of almost every cut..Petite Reve, Mamzelle Kennedy, Rossignolet,and Ecris Moi stand out though..spellbinding and completely infecious..what joy!!!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A smoothly presented and unforgettable taste of Canada's musical culture Nov. 16 2009
By Midwest Book Review - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Quebec's Le Vent du Nord (The Wind of the North) presents their latest album La Part Du Feu, the theme of which reflects its title about individuals contributing to a shared future. The songs on La Part Du Feu dig the foundation of Canada's history and musical roots, from "Octobre 1837" which remembers a French uprising against British rule, to the reconstruction of the lyrics to the song "Elise". A smoothly presented and unforgettable taste of Canada's musical culture, highly recommended for international music CD collections. The tracks are Lanlaire (4:49), Octobre 1837 (4:01), La Mine (3:31), Petit Reve V (2:04), Mamzelle Kennedy (4:03), Les Metiers (2:54), Elise (5:37), Le Coeur en Trois (3:48), Rossignolet (3:54), Montcalm (2:42), L'attente (4:21), Le Cavalier et la Belle (4:07), and Ecris-Moi (3:32).
Pleasant Quebec Folk Aug. 9 2014
By Alexander Buhse Brady - Published on
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I was originally introduced to Le Vent Du Nord with their album Dans Les Airs. This album is not significantly different in style, but it does retain their rather unique style of Quebec Folk.

I do not speak french, so I cannot vouch for the content of the lyrics, but all of their songs are pleasing to listen to. This album is a mix of danceable tunes that would fit in at a contra dance and short, folk-ballad style songs.
French Folk Music July 11 2014
By JG - Published on
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Fantastic music. As good as If I were there in person. Very fun and upbeat most of the time. French Folk music at its very finest. This is a Class Act both in person and in studio.