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Bratsch, founded in 1972, is formed by French musicians, combining diverse jazz experiences with gypsy music and the traditions of East-Central Europe and the western Balkans. In this atelier some of their most beautiful songs are sung in new arrangements and played together.
Create in 1972, by Dan Gharibian (guitar and vocals) and Bruno Girard (violin), who will be joined a few years later by Nano Peylet (clarinet) and François Castiello (accordion), and finally Théo Girard (double bass), Bratsch is first of all a meeting between French musicians, coming from diverse jazz experiences, and gypsy music of the Eastern Europe, specially Rumania, Bulgaria, Greece, Armenia, but also of the Gispy Jazz invented by Django Reinhardt.