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Dan Ar Braz

Dan Ar Braz
Country
France
Profile
Dan Ar Braz (sometimes spelled Dan Ar Bras), born Daniel Le Bras, is a French guitarist and the founder of Héritage des Celtes.
Website
http://www.danarbraz.com
Related articles (8)
Releases on file (9)
Alan Simon — Songwriter Alan Simon — Songwriter
(Babaïka Productions AS-001-C, 2017, 2CD)
Alan Simon — Excalibur II - The Celtic Ring Alan Simon — Excalibur II - The Celtic Ring
(EMI 0946 3856312 9, 2007, CD)
Alan Simon — Excalibur - La Légende des Celtes Alan Simon — Excalibur - La Légende des Celtes
(TriStar TSR 492713 2, 1998, CD)
XII Alfonso — The Lost Frontier XII Alfonso — The Lost Frontier
(Musea FGBG 4183.AR, 1996, CD)
Malicorne — L'Extraordinaire Tour de France d'Adélard Rousseau Malicorne — L'Extraordinaire Tour de France d'Adélard Rousseau
(Le Roseau GRI 19186 2, 1978/2005, CD)
Dan Ar Bras — Douar Nevez 'Terre Nouvelle' Dan Ar Bras — Douar Nevez 'Terre Nouvelle'
(Hexagone 193.692, 1977/1991, CD)
Alan Stivell — 'Raok Dilestra (Before Landing) Alan Stivell — 'Raok Dilestra (Before Landing)
(Disques Dreyfus FDM 36194-2, 1977/1992, CD)
Various Artists — Puissance 13+2 Various Artists — Puissance 13+2
(Musea FGBG 4087.AR, 1971/1993, CD)
Alan Stivell — Renaissance de la Harpe Celtique Alan Stivell — Renaissance de la Harpe Celtique
(Disques Dreyfus FDM 36190-2, 1971/1994, CD)

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