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Ruphus

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Been watching an amazing French documentary about Patagonia, the other day.
It was soundtracked by some pretty neat instrumental music. No earth-shaking invention, but really nice. Airy stuff with sparce arrangement, with guitar and partially swirls of the reknown accordeon player François-Xavier Bossard.

In the credits it only said: "Music: Fixi et Yan Jankielewez"

Anyone in the know?

Thanx,

Ruphus
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