Son ar chistr

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Breton
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Also known as "Son ar sistr" and "Son ar jistr". A folk song from Brittany (French Bretagne), the title translates to "Song of Cider" in English. The origins of the song are mysterious. Often claimed to be a traditional, some sources claim this song was written by an unknown Breton piper in the late 1920s. Most likely, it was written by Jean-Bernard and Jean-Marie Prima in the Guiscriff-Roudoualec area of Brittany in 1929.
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