"Apples In Winter all the way from France, yet very much Irish in temperament, really is good medicine to listen to in this winter season."

Grainne McCool, Irish Music Magazine - Nov. 2020

 
"De l'excellente musique (...) centrée sur les bonnes vibrations de la flûte"
Marc Bauduin, Le Canard Folk - Mars 2020
 

APPLES IN WINTER

Out Dec 2019

Orwin Hébert - fiddle & Lucie Périer - flute

Special guests : Jacky Beaucé (flute),  Nicolas Delatouche (box), Eddy Guilloteau (bodhràn)

Sound Engineer - Yaubec Cajek

Pictures : Célia Hélan & Robert Lemoine - C & R photo

All tunes traditional except :

The Green Fields of Glentown - Tommy Peoples

The Flying Wheelchair - Charlie Lennon

The Plane on the Plank - Liz Carroll

The Ferry Crossing - Michel Ferry

The Exhaustion Reel - François Champs

Planxty Koé, Farewell to Caledonia, The Stork Takes Its Flight - Lucie Périer

Koko's Jig, Fisla - Orwin Hébert

 TRACK LISTING

01 - Apples In Winter - Jerry Holland's - Whelan's Old Sow (jigs)

02 - Kitty O'Shea (barndance)

03 - The Fox in the Town - The Turnpike - Devanny's Goat (reels)

04 - The Cuckoo's Nest - The Plane on the Plank (hornpipes)

05 - The Barony Jig - Little Fair Cannavans (slip jigs)

06 - The Ferry Crossing - Walsh's - McDermott's (polkas)

07 - Sergeant Early's Dream - Coen's Memories (reels)

08 - Farewell to Caledonia - The Stork Takes Its Flight (waltzes)

09 - Glentown - Dowd's Reel (reels)

10 - Old Walls of Liscaroll - The Road to Lisdoonvarna - The Bag of Spuds (jig / reels)

11 - The Exhaustion Reel - Fisla (reels)

12 - Munster Buttermilk - The Flying Wheelchair - McIntyre's Fancy (jigs)

13 - Charlie Harris' 1 & 2 (reels)

14 - Planxty Koé - Koko's Jig  (air / jig)

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Imaginez un verger dans la brume, des pommes couvertes de givre, et deux musiciens faisant danser les feuilles des pommiers : un violon, une flûte, quelques merveilleux invités, 14 "traditional musical gems" et quelques compositions personnelles sont à découvrir dans cet album, dont la captation s'est voulue la plus naturelle et vivante possible, "warts and all" : en tendant l'oreille, on pourrait bien entendre le son du pied qui tape le tempo et le crépitement d'un feu de cheminée !