McLewis' interview on "Rainy Days" Titi le Digabel began his musical career with a breton bagpipe, which is almost the same as the scottish one. A few years later, he moved towards the bombard and made it sing in many different bands. To sing is actually the right word because Titi grew up when singing was a natural living manner, transmitted from mother to child and always practised in the adult world : so Titi's bombard has always sung... I met him at the beginning of my own career, when I was playing bombard in different "bagadoù" (breton bands like pipe bands, with bombards, bagpipes and drums). And I heard then an amazing sound : it was as if he didn't play the same instrument like us. I became his student and he welcame me every week for unforgettable work sessions, during which I shared his music, memories and coffee... Too early gone, I can still hear his song.