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Last Updated: Monday, 4 August, 2003, 16:25 GMT 17:25 UK
In pictures: Cambridge Folk Festival
Crowds at the Cambridge Folk Festival
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The Cambridge Folk Festival was a sell-out event over four days.
The Wairfs
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The Waifs told BBC News Online their vocal harmonies were influenced by the Everly Brothers and Simon and Garfunkel.
A band plays near the portable loos at the festival
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Thousands attended the festival which included musicians from around the world.
Orchestera Baobab
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Senegal band Orchestra Baobab got the crowd on their feet with their Afro-Cuban rhythms.
Martin Simpson
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One of the world's premiere guitarists Martin Simpson thrilled the audience.
Donna from The Waifs
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Donna from The Waifs told BBC News Online said she had no idea "the festival would be this beautiful".
John Faulkner and Sandra Kerr in their show The Music From Bagpus.
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Sandra Kerr, who with John Faulkner created the music of Bagpus, told BBC News Online the stories and music were "timeless".
Crowds at the Cambridge Folk Festival
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Drizzle on Friday gave way to beautiful to sunshine on Saturday and Sunday.
Eliza Carthy
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Eliza Carthy, who performed as the Eliza Carthy Band, has recently been nominated for the Mercury music prize.
Laura Cantrell
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Laura Cantrell is a rising star of the country music scene.
Nancy Kerr (dancing) with the Music from Bagpuss show with her mother Sandra Kerr
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Nancy Kerr dancing with the Music from Bagpuss show.
Afro Celts
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The Afro Celts produced a rousing finale for Saturday night

Cambridge Folk fresh as ever
04 Aug 03  |  Reviews


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