Leigh Folk Festival | Tartine de Clous
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Tartine de Clous

Tartine de Clous


Tartine de Clous (Geoffroy Dudouit, Thomas Georget and Guillaume Maupin) is a singing trio originally from the department of Charente in western France. Following in the footsteps of some of the great French groups of the late 20th century folk revival (such as Mélusine and La Bamboche), they sing largely unaccompanied three-part harmony arrangements of the traditional songs of their native land. Their repertoire is diligently sourced from field recordings, books and other singers from various regions of France, delivered in an unaffected and direct style.

Where to find them

Fishermen’s Chapel (upstairs): Sat 23, Start: 22.00 – Finish: 22.30

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