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Ukrainian folk band DakhaBrakha performed at main British music TV show

The quartet from Ukraine appeared before British audience along with former Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour and other foreign musicians
14:21, 3 October 2015

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Ukrainian musicians of folk band DakhaBrakha performed their “Sho Z-Pod Duba” composition on air of the “Later...with Jools Holland”, popular British music television show, broadcasted by BBC Two channel.

“Ukraine's magnificent and totally barking quartet DakhaBrakha, whose name derives from the Ukrainian for “give” and “take”, with a blend of folk melodies, accordion, cello and harmonies that has been memorably described as ethno-chaos,” written in the announcement to the TV show, BBC.

Together with the Ukrainian musicians, within the already 47th program series of “Later...with Jools Holland” TV show, were also performing The Weeknd, David Gilmour, The Libertines and Nathaniel Rateliff.

Watch BBC video:

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