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Philip et Wendell d’Eon’s “Nouvelle-Ecosse”

“Philip and Wendell d’Eon are two folk singers from West Pubnico, Nova Scotia who compose original acadian music. “Nouvelle-Écosse” is a track from their first album.

Philip and Wendell d’Eon

Philip and Wendell d’Eon

The duo, Philip and Wendell d’Eon, two acclaimed musicians of West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, have made contemporary folk music their style of music. They are Northern Acadian cousins in relations to Louisiana. They have produced three albums of original songs. Since 1975 these singer-songwriters represented the Acadians of Nova Scotia. Their song, Nouvelle-Écosse, is well known and often sung by people in the Acadian regions.

Their style reflects a taste of their Acadian community with their local accent and unique words.” Taken from Festival acadien international de Par-en-Bas

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