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I Muvrini

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Taking their name from a species of wild sheep native to their homeland, Corsican music group I Muvrini was formed in the late '70s by brothers Jean-François Bernardini and Alain Bernardini, both born in the northern Corsican village of Tagliu-Isulacciu. The siblings were surrounded by traditional Corsican music from childhood; their father, Ghjuliu, was a well-known poet and singer and the brothers recorded their first single with him along with the group Canta u Populu Corsu. Following the death of their father in December 1977, I Muvrini dedicated their debut 1979 album ...Ti ringrazianu to their father. They went on to release a steady stream of albums over the course of their four decades-plus career, including four compilation albums, 1998's , 2000's Pulifunie and A strada and 2013's Best of. They notched up a string of collaborations including 2000's "Terre d'Oru" ("Fields of Gold") with Sting and amassed a number of gold records along the way, from Curagíu in 1995 to Gioia in 2010, also winning the Victoires de la Musique prize for Traditional Music Album of the Year (for I Muvrini at Bercy '96) in 1997, as well as Traditional Music/World Music Album of the Year (for Umani) at the 2003 Victoires de la Musique awards, tirelessly championing Corsican culture, language, and music in their output. Following the release of Portu in Core in 2019, the group returned in 2022 with new album Più Forti.