Ad Vielle Que Pourra

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Ad Vielle Que Pourra is a Quebec music group which performs original compositions inspired by the French, Québécois, and Breton folk music traditions. Founded in 1986, band members have included Daniel Thonon, Luc Thonon, Gilles Plante, Alain Leroux, Clement Demers, and Sarah Lesage.[1][2]

The band's name comes from the vielle (the French term for the hurdy-gurdy), an instrument which features prominently in their music.


  • 1989 New French Folk Music
  • 1991 Come What May
  • 1994 Musaïque
  • 1996 Ménage à Quatre


  1. ^ "Artist page at Green Linnet". Artist page at Green Linnet. Retrieved 2011-07-22. 
  2. ^ "Official website". Retrieved 2012-03-05.