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l'Oumigmag: Habitant

Read "Habitant" reviewed by Matt Hooke


L'Oumigmag's Habitant is an ambitious reimagining of traditional Quebecois folk, based on the environment and natural beauty of the area around the St. Lawrence River. It has a feeling of comfort that is often reminiscent of a friendly bluegrass jam. Habitant is a reference to the first French settlers of the St. Lawrence River. ...

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Sébastien Sauvageau - l'Oumigmag: Territoires

Read "Territoires" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


l'Oumigmag means muskox in Inukitut (the Inuit language spoken in the central and eastern Canadian arctic, which includes Quebec). Territoires is an impressionistic journey through the imaginary, spiritual and geographic territories of Quebec. Guitarist/composer Sébastien Sauvageau took inspiration from contemporary jazz and traditional music. Opener “Lac Arthabaska" (Lake Arthabaska) starts the album on a bright, upbeat ...


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