When listening to a bombard, you can feel strong emotions that will bring you back to Brittany.


Teaching bombard online is a must-do at Brittany Music so that all bombard players in the world can learn and improve. Regardless of where you live, you can keep this link to Brittany playing bombard in your spare time.


Brittany Music asked Philippe Janvier and Claude Le Baron to provide online lessons. Philippe Janvier has been a teacher for many years as well as a player in many bands - he is passionate when it comes to teaching Breton Celtic music.


Online bombard lessons will allow beginners to learn how  to choose an instrument, to know more about the work of the lips and to play easily. 

You will also improve style, performance, non-tempered scales.


Want to learn bombard ? Discover our offers and become a member of Brittany Music to get unlimited access to all our lessons 24/7.


Go to the Bombard beginners guide to start your lessons right now even if you're an absolute beginner.


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Presentation of the bombard

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Philippe Janvier is presenting the bombarde and main...


A 10 heures dans ces verts prés 1/2

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Philippe Janvier teaches you a Rond de Saint Vincent...


A 10 heures dans ces verts prés 2/2

Philippe Janvier continues the lesson with beats of Rond de Saint V...


J'ai dix sous dans ma poche 1/2

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This tune is played in the Gallo country. Its called...


J'ai dix sous dans ma poche 2/2

This tune is played in the Gallo country. Its called a "Tour"


An dro à Duhu 1/2

First part of this tune to learn how to play notes with the bombard.


An Dro à Duhu 2/2

Second part of this lesson about tongues


Derrière de chez mon père

Philippe Janvier teaches a Trikot, dance from Vannes country.


Hanter-dro - octave transposition 1/2

Let's keep working on the bombard with a "Hanter-dro", a dance from...