Diada

DÍADA

Díada (a term that has its origins in Latin, meaning “two”), conveys the idea of a conversation between two instruments, two musicians (Ireland and Brazil), wind and strings vibrating at the same time.

In this musical conversation, the most spoken language is traditional Irish music, but also other musical cultures and melodies, such as Galician, Scottish, and Breton.

Díada consists of Colm Larkin on bouzouki (Greek mandolin popularized in Ireland) and Sandro Bueno on tin whistle (Irish flute).

Díada

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