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Traditional Cornish Celtic acoustic roots music; fans of Celtic music will find Dalla's music surprisingly strange yet strangely familiar.

10 MP3 Songs
FOLK: Traditional Folk, WORLD: Celtic



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Cornwall, jutting out into the Atlantic
halfway between Ireland and Brittany,
stands at the sharp end of the island it
shares with Scotland, Wales, and England.

Cornwallâs surprisingly strange, yet strangely familiar music has its roots in ancient British/Celtic culture, but also buzzes with a host of other influences swept in by the surrounding tides.

At the cutting edge of Cornish music is Dalla.
With their firm grounding in the tradition,
their pivotal position at the heart
of the revival, and their wealth
and diversity of experience, itâs
easy to see why
Dalla have the edge.

The CD 'Rooz' is the third album by Dalla and was released in March 2007. Other CDs by Dalla: 'A Richer Vein'(2001) and 'More Salt' (2003)

At the core of Dalla are founding members Hilary Coleman (Vocals, Clarinets) and Neil Davey (Fiddle, Bouzouki, Mandolin).

Rooz also features additional guests on Vocals, Percussion and Spoken word.

The material includes traditional dance tunes, self penned material, and songs in Cornish and in English.

Hilary Coleman grew up amidst Cornwallâs irrepressible pub singing tradition. She later co-founded groundbreaking bands such as Gwaryoryon and Sowena. She is now one of the leading authorities on Cornish traditional music and her company Cumpas Ltd. has an impressive track record in promoting Cornish music events and education. In 2004 she became a bard of the Cornish Gorseth

Neil Davey and his brothers kick started the revival in Cornish traditional music in the 1970s with their band Bucca, and went on to gain a wealth of experience with bands in the wider Celtic scene, including Anam. He has played throughout the world, appearing alongside legendary names such as Altan, Donal Lunny, Dougie Maclean, Martin Hayes, Solas and Patrick Street. His compositions are widely played and recorded

What others say about Dalla:

âThe rhythmic, mesmerizing music of Cornwall is finally gaining recognition among noteworthy traditions of the British Isles thanks to groups like Dalla.'(Dirty Linen)

'More Salt! is a fascinating collection of pulsing dance tunes and songs in English and Cornish, creatively arranged and tastefully performed.â(Dirty Linen)

âinfectiousâ¦edgy⦠multilayered⦠syncopatedâ¦dynamicâ(Dirty Linen)

âIf youâve heard enough Irish reels for the moment, youâll find this a dynamic alternative.â (Dirty Linen)

âDallaâs performances are both inventive and enchanting, their music celebrates Cornish culture in an upbeat and infectious voiceâ (The Guardian)

âHypnoticâ¦sinisterâ¦downright funkyâ¦a joyâ âEverybody is obviously having a blastâ (folking.com)

âI was mighty impressed. Very original arrangements. Lovely singing and playing⦠a clever bunch of people!â (Andy Irvine - Planxty)

âDallaâs music creates a rich tapestry which once experienced is difficult to forget.â (Froots)

âCrackingâ¦should be widely heard.â (Traditional Music Maker)

âFlawlessly performedâ âA remarkable albumâ (Cornish World)

âI fell in love with More Salt right from the outsetâ âFamiliar yet intriguingly newâ
âThe best version of The Helston Furry Dance ever recordedâ (Folk On Tap)

âEssential for any collection of Cornish Musicâ âHighly accomplished, original and traditionalâ (justcornish.com)

âTraditional, modern and magical.â âI canât begin to put into words the wonder that I felt as I listened to the CD.â (Jim Wearne)

âBeautiful stuff.â âCannot be faultedâ (Cornish World)

âIf you asked me what Cornwall sounded like, I would have to say this: Dalla!â (CKFM Radio)

âFantasticâ¦if Cornish music had a Top Ten, this CD would be number one.â (justcornish.com)

âAn extraordinary band at the forefront of a Celtic music revolution in Cornwallâ
âIntoxicating noze looan dance music.â âI want to hear it again. Now, please.â
âA superb piece of work.â (greenmanreview.com)

âI love it.â âIf you don't get up and dance⦠your dancing days are overâ (tnt-audio.com)


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