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  • country:Spain
  • region:Galicia
  • style(s):World
  • label:not signed
  • type:Band
  • gender:male, female
  • instrumentation:instrumental
  • artist posted by:Mirmidón Productions

Line up

  • CARMEN GALLEGO (violin, nickelharpa)
  • LEANDRO DELTELL (percussions)
  • MARCOS PADRÓN (Accordion)
  • PAULA OANES (Celtic harp)
  • QUICO COMESAÑA (Guitar, bouzouki, Celtic harp, mandolin, banjo)


After an extensive musical career, being part of bands like Armeguin (from 1985 to 1993 and 3 albums); Fía na roca (from 1992 to 1995 and 1 album); Uxía group (from 1994 to 1996 and 1 album); Berrogüetto (from 1996 to 2014 and 6 albums); In addition to making different collaborations as a composer and arranger for other projects, Quico Comesaña presents “Mãe”, his first solo album.

Quico Comesaña, pillar of Galician folk, returns to the stage with this unique show, an impressive work that will not leave anyone indifferent. He will be accompanied by a band made up of Carmen Gallego (violin, nyckelharpa), Marcos Padrón (accordion), Paula Oanes (Celtic harp) and Leandro Deltell (percussions).

"Extraterrestrial, extraordinary, masterful, dazzling, immense..." This overwhelming flow of praise, which could continue until completing a long paragraph, is provoked by Quico Comesaña's new album, “Mãe”.

It is a conceptual work that revolves around the defense and respect for nature, where different places and experiences from the musician's childhood and adolescence related to the natural world are exposed. It includes four instrumental suits of approximately 10 minutes each, independent of each other, where several melodies act as a link between them, appearing from time to time on different harmonies, environments or textures, which evoke spaces and sensations from the main musical influences assimilated during the adolescence. Mãe represents every being with the capacity to generate life, from the smallest of creatures to the planet itself (Gaia). It is a tribute to the feminine fact.