A Scotsman, an Austrian and a Frenchman walk into an Irish bar. . . no joke, but the genesis of innovative multinational instrumentalists Fourth Moon, at 2013’s Willie Clancy Festival in Clare. Today’s quartet features co-founders Geza Frank, on uilleann pipes, flute and whistles, and guitarist Jean Damei, with Italian fiddler David Lombardi and Dallahan accordionist Andrew Waite. As captured on 2017’s rave-reviewed debut album Ellipsis, their intriguing, intoxicating, largely self-penned musical mélange, intermingling Celtic, jazz, classical and East European influences, teems with delectably unexpected colours, textures, dynamics and rhythmic variety.
“Modern, masterful mayhem delivered with all the firepower of centuries of tradition” (Irish Music Magazine)
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