"Les ânes rient de Marie." Donkeys laugh Mary. This name, it must be read in one sitting. As a passing train, a sound that fuse. For street band or indoor orchestra Donkeys laugh Marie is a flamboyant group that combines party and movement. His law? Bring together the best of klezmer music and compose tunes like the Balkans to bring this musical tornado in shady courtyards, the flowery paths, parks at the height of summer, the hectic holiday season or winter parades brave the freezing cold. Founded in December 2011 by Joël Musy, saxophonist, but here in tuba, Donkeys laugh Marie brings together seven musicians (trumpet, soprano, trombone, tuba, banjo, accordion and drums) who have long and share the same desire to crossing music, fellowship, that warms the heart and mind of an imaginary folklore. The Eastern, first, above all, that of the hand, from place to place itself at all, where one feels terribly alive. LES ANES RIENT DE MARIE : Michel Borzykowski, saxophone, effets. Daniel Verdesca, trumpette. Jerome Gautschi, Trombone. Joel Musi, tuba. Sylvie Bossi, accordion. David Robin, banjo. Luc Ramu, drums.