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x-sophie-x86 | 03:23 Thu 29th Dec 2011 | Music
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Do any of you knowledgeable people know what short segment of music I heard at the end of the lighthouse scenes of BBC Coast: Brittany (episode 3 of 8)? Sounds like bagpipes, but could be wrong in saying it sounds almost like an Irish lilt? Any help greatly appreciated!

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There is a very strong tradition of Celtic music in Brittany and they do have an instrument called a biniou (or cornemuse) which is like the Irish Uillian (apologies for spelling) pipes which feature in recordings by people like the Chieftains and Planxty. I didn't see the episode myself, but that's the kind of area you should be looking in. Good luck.
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Thank you!
As I asked the poster of a similar question, indicate where it is in the link of the Coast programme and I'll see if I can help.

http://www.theanswerb.../Question1089592.html
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Hello, and thank you for your help. The music starts at 34.42 and finishes at 35.33 on the clip.

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