Center for Louisiana Studies Archival Catalog

This searchable database provides information on images, documents, and audio and video recordings, made between 1934 and the present.

Performances by Cyp Landreneau's Cajun Band, New Lost City Ramblers, Kilby Snow, Bukkha White

Accession No.: 
UC1-076

Cyp Landreneau's Cajun Band

Pine Grove Blues
Chère tout tout (00:05:45)
The Cajun Stripper/Bosco Stomp (00:08:47)

New Lost City Ramblers - Tracy Schwartz, Mike Seeger, John Colin
The Titanic (00:13:19)
In And Around Nashville (00:17:14)
Treat My Daughter Kindly (00:20:58)
Little Glass of Wine (00:24:54)
Blue, Sad & Lonesome (00:28:55)
Hog-Eyed Man (00:32:10)

Kilby Snow;
M.C. Intro (00:35:00)
Shady Grove (00:36:05)
You Are My Flower (00:37:50)
Unidentified (00:40:07)
Little Maggie (00:43:02)
Old Time Cindy (W/ New Lost City Ramblers) (00:45:30)
Cacklin' Hen (00:48:14)

Bukkha White
M.C. Intro
Christmas Tree (00:51:30);
Talking, song intro;
Rosalie (00:58:15)

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music, Bluegrass; Appalachian; Autoharp, Blues
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Sunday, February 4, 1968
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
01:06:08
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Drawer 30

Performance by Roscoe Holcomb and the Balfa Brothers

Accession No.: 
UC1-092

George Armstrong (Bagpipes);

Roscoe Holcomb;
M.C. Introduction - John Cohen Introduces Holcomb (03:30);
Little Birdie (06:10);
Tuning/Song Intro;
On Top Of Old Smokey (10:20);
The Hook And The Line (13:55);
Single Girl (15:30);
Rocky Mountain (19:35);
The Graveyard Blues (23:51);

The Balfa Brothers;

Will Balfa - Fiddle and Vocals;
Rodney Balfa - Guitar;
Nathan Abshire - Accordion;
Dewey Balfa - Fiddle and Vocals;

M.C. Introduction (27:20);
Band Intros/Song Intro;
Two-step des Acadiens (30:35);
Jolie Blonde (32:30);
Dewey talks about his father playing music and buying his first fiddle (36:00)
La valse de Balfa (37:30);
Madeline (40:49);
La valse de Bayou Teche (43:55);
Hicks' Wagon Wheel Special (46:50);

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music, Appalachian
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
49:22
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Drawer 30

Performances by Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys, Bukka White; The Balfa Brothers

Accession No.: 
UC1-132

Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys;
I Saw The Light (00:00:00);
Close By (00:01:41);
Blue Moon Of Kentucky (00:04:36);
Rawhide (00:07:35);

Bukka White;
M.C. Bruce Kaplan intro;
Miss Maggie Lee (00:11:37);
Old Lady
Please Write My Mother And Tell Her The Shape I'm In (00:20:00)
Special Streamline (00:27:10)
Old Man Ben (00:31:50)

Balfa Brothers with Nathan Abshire

Dewey Balfa - Fiddle and Vocals;
Will Balfa - Fiddle and Vocals;
Rodney Balfa - Guitar;
Nathan Abshire - Accordion;
Ralph Rinzler - T-fer;

[M.C. Intro]
Sur le Courtableu (00:36:10)
Instruments used when the Acadians came to LA (00:38:40);
Parlez-nous à boire - traditional version (00:39:50);
Parlez-nous à boire - "modern" version (00:41:45);
Dewey talking about Nathan's inspiration to write "Pine Grove Blues" (00:44:00)
Pine Grove Blues (00:44:40)
Lacassine Special (00:50:20)
La valse du bambocheur (00:54:22)
Bosco Stomp (00:58:19)

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music; Bluegrass; Delta Blues
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Thursday, February 1, 1973
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
01:01:00
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Drawer 30

Performances by the Acapella Singing Convention, The Balfa Brothers; Almeda Riddle

Accession No.: 
UC1-151

Acappella Singing Convention
Song Intro/Speech
Unidentified Gospel Song (01:34)
Unidentified Gospel Song
Unidentified Gospel Song

Balfa Brothers - Rodney, Will, and Dewey Balfa with Nathan Abshire on Accordion and Tom Errands on T-fer
Introduction (13:55)
Song Intro
La chanson de Mardi Gras (17:50)
La valse de Balfa (21:43)
Lacassine Special (27:37)
Pine Grove Blues (32:38)
Bosco Stomp (38:40)

Almeda Riddle
Introduction (41:50)
Song Intro
Rainbow Mid The Willow (43:00)
Four Mary's

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music; Gospel
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Saturday, September 1, 1973
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
48:31
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Drawer 30

Performances by Jethro Burn, Wally Friedrichs, Mike Melford; Octa Clark and the Dixie Ramblers, Edith Wilson and Little Brother Montgomery

Accession No.: 
UC1-156

Jethro Burn, Wally Friedrichs, Mike Melford
Foggy Mountain Breakdown
Jethro, Wally & Mike's Blues (00:04:19)
Blackberry Blossom (00:09:55)

Octa Clark and the Dixie Ramblers
Jolie Blonde (00:13:29)
Bosco Stomp (00:15:55)
Chère Alice (00:18:25)
Kaplan Two-step (00:22:00)
Drunkard's Dream (00:25:00)
Lafayette Breakdown (00:29:00)
Chère Bassette (00:32:35)
La valse des meches (00:36:10)
[Closing Announcements]

Edith Wilson and Little Brother Montgomery
I Got The World On A String (00:39:56)
Put A Little Love In Everything You Do (00:42:48)
Boogie Woogie (LBM Solo)
Vicksburg Blues
I Can't Help Myself (LBM solo)
I've Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
He May Be Your Man [Tape runs out]

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music, Bluegrass
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Friday, February 1, 1974
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
01:04:56)
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
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Performances by Octa Clark and the Dixie Ramblers; Juan Rivera, Beto Laguna, Gustavo Lopez; Buddy Thomas And Leona Stamm

Accession No.: 
UC1-159

Octa Clark and the Dixie Ramblers;
La valse criminelle;
Cajun Twist (03:16);
B.O. Sparkle Waltz;
Creole Stomp (08:30);
Unidentified Blues;
La valse de soleil coucher;
Bosco Stomp (17:00);

Juan Rivera, Beto Laguna, Gustavo Lopez;
Guadalajara (20:00);
Noche de Ronda (23:11);
Mio Amor (26:01);
Quando Caliente El Sol (28:50);
Malaguena (31:45);
Senors, Senor Y Senoritas (35:35);
La Margarita (38:20)
La Bamba (41:00)

Buddy Thomas And Leona Stamm (fiddle & Guitar)
Katy Hill (43:45)
Billy In The Low Ground
Pigeon On The Gatepost
Martha Campbell
Wagoneer

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Saturday, February 2, 1974
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
52:12
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
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Performance by Rockin' Dopsie and the Twisters

Accession No.: 
UC1-177

Rockin' Dopsie And The Twisters: (Alton Rubin) Dopsie (acc), Dalton Francis (Guit), Morris Francis (bass), Joseph Edward (drums), Chester "Shorty" Zeno (rub board)
Twisters: warmup
Twisters: Intro
Rockin' Dopsie Special (09:12)
Pretty Baby (12:00)
Jolie Blonde (16:50)
Josephine, C'est Pas Ma Femme (20:40)
Pine Grove Blues (23:00)
Oh Bye Bye + Twisters wrap up (26:00)
Ma tite fille est gone + Every Day I Have The Blues
Twisters Wrap Up

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Zydeco, French, Music; Creole
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Saturday, February 1, 1975
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
40:30
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
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Performance by Rockin' Dopsie and the Twisters

Accession No.: 
UC1-179

Rockin' Dopsie And The Twisters.
[Twisters: warmup]
Rockin' Dopsie Special (06:25)
Pretty Baby (08:33)
Jolie Blonde (12:36)
Explaining the term Zydeco
Oh Bye Bye (15:40)
My Little Girl, She's The Sweetest Thing I Know (19:04)
I'm A Hog For You Baby (23:55)

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Zydeco, French, Music; Creole
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Sunday, February 2, 1975
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
27:35
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
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Performances by George Armstrong, The Sundown Playboys; Rev. Jim Howie with Pete Lippincott

Accession No.: 
UC1-182

George Armstrong, Bagpipe Opening

Sundown Playboys

Lesa Cormier - drums
Pat Savant - Accordion
Wallace "Red" Touchet - Fiddle
Larry Miller - Steel Guitar
Darrell Higgenbothom - Guitar
Danny Cormier - Bass

M.C. Introduction (00:04:27)
Theme Song (05:50)
[Band Intro/Song Intro]
Jolie Blonde (07:25)
Saturday Night Special (00:11:12)
La valse de coeur cassé (00:13:45)
Cypress Inn Special (00:16:55)
La valse sans espoire (00:19:08)
Lache pas la patate (00:21:53)
Je vas m'ennuyer (00:25:55)
Les veuves de la coulée (00:28:55)
Kaplan Waltz (00:32:20)
Theme Song (00:35:00)

Rev. Jim Howie with Pete Lippincott
M.C. Introduction (00:38:21)
Gooseberry Pie (00:40:03)
Hungry Hash House Blues
Allan Bain
The Lady Elgin (00:55:30)
Elevated Railroad

Language: 
English
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music, Bagpipes
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Friday, January 30, 1976
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
01:00:47
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
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Performances by the Sundown Playboys and the Johnson Family

Accession No.: 
UC1-191

Sundown Playboys

Lesa Cormier - Drums
Pat Savant - Accordion
Wallace "Red" Touchet - Fiddle
Larry Miller - Steel Guitar
Danny Cormier - Bass
Darryl Higgenbotham - Guitar

M.C. Introduction
Theme Song (01:59)
Louisiana Rambler's Waltz (03:30)
Band Intro (07:22)
Flames Of Hell (09:22)
Nobody Wants Me (13:20)
Lucille (17:40)
Sundown Waltz (22:44)
Cajun Cucaracha (28:09)
Theme Song (31:45)
Crowley Two-Step

Johnson Family
M.C. Introduction (39:55)
Polska

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Saturday, January 31, 1976
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
00:57:52
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
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Performances by D.L. Menard, Marc Savoy, Ann Savoy; The Memphis Nighthawks

Accession No.: 
UC1-221

D.L. Menard, Marc Savoy, Ann Savoy;

Bachelor's Life;
J'ai passé devant ta porte (00:03:55);
Les veuves de la coulée (00:08:00);
Reno Waltz (13:20);
J'ai étais au bal (17:38)
Les 'tits yeaux noirs (22:30)
Jamabalaya (26:01)
Lacassine Special (30:11)

The Memphis Nighthawks
Tishamingo Blues (32:49)
New Orleans Stomp
T'aint Nobody's Business If I Do
Dr. Jazz
Just A Little While To Stay Here
Shreveport Stomp
1919 Rag

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music, Jazz; Brass
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
01:03:05
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
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Performances by Marc Savoy; Big Joe Duskin; Buck White, Sharon Hicks, Jerry Douglas, Alice & Al White

Accession No.: 
UC1-225

Marc Savoy Cajun Band with D.L. Menard, Ann Savoy
Cherokee Waltz (00:02:32)
Lacassine Special (00:05:55)
Jolie Blonde (00:10:05)
Allons à Lafayette (00:14:00)
La porte d'en arrière (00:17:59)

Big Joe Duskin;
Down The Road A Piece (00:23:18)
Boogie Woogie Prayer
Honky Tonk Train Blues
Storming In Texas (00:35:00)
[Medley] Cuban Sugar Mill

Buck White, Sharon Hicks, Jerry Douglas, Alice & Al White;
Cotton-eyed Joe (00:44:50);
Sandyland;
Red River Valley;
San Antonio Rose (00:54:30)
[Unidentified]
[Unidentified]
Keep On The Sunny Side

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music, Blues, Boogie Woogie, Piano, Bluegrass
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Saturday, February 3, 1979
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
01:06:23
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
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Performances by Joe Healy, Marc Savoy and D.L. Menard

Accession No.: 
UC1-232

Joe Healy [?]
Song Intro
Unidentified
Song Intro
Unidentified
Barde
Unidentified
Unidentified
Song Intro
Fanny Power
Song Intro
Fox Hunt [?]
Song Intro
Unidentified

Band Intros
Unidentified
Tuning
Kid On The Mountain

Marc Savoy, D.L. Menard, Ann Savoy, Doc Guidry, Charlie Terr
Enterre-moi pas (00:41:00)
La dernière valse (00:42:55)
J'ai passé devant ta porte (00:46:50)
Hathaway Two-step (00:50:45)
99 Year Waltz (00:53:15)
Lacassine Special (00:57:00)
Long Gone Lonesome Blues (01:01:30)
La talle des ronces (01:05:36)

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music, Irish,
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Sunday, February 4, 1979
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
01:07:23
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
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Performances by the Louisiana Playboys and Jim Brewer

Accession No.: 
UC1-277

Bagpipe Opening - George Armstrong;

M.C. Introduction - Lousiana Playboys

Orcy Vanicor - Steel Guitar
Wallace "Red" Touchet
Joe Turner - Drums and Vocals
Tim Foreman - Bass

Creole Stomp (02:55);
Jolie Blonde (03:55)
Crowley Two-step (08:10)
"Tit Maurice/Acadian Two-step (12:05)
Band Introductions
Grand Mamou (19:35)
Comme un Cajun (23:29)

M.C. Introduction

Jim Brewer
I'm Goin' Back Home (31:10)
Rock Me Mama (34:43)
Late Boogie (39:15)
Key To The Highway (44:10)
Up On The Mountain (47:15)
St. Louis Blues (50:27)
Freight Train Blues (55:50)

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music, Mississippi Blues
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Saturday, January 29, 1983
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
00:59:58
Cataloged Date: 
Friday, April 27, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Friday, April 27, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
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Performances by The Blue Blowers, The Louisiana Playboys

Accession No.: 
UC1-279

The Blue Blowers

The Weary Blues (00:00:55);
Band Intros (00:05:50)
Melancholy (00:07:05)
Oriental Man (00:14:18)
The Apex Blues
Mahagonny Stomp
Struttin' With Some Barbecue (00:33:38)

Louisiana Playboys;

Wallace "Red" Touchet;
Joe Turner - Drums and Vocals;
Orcy Vanicor - Steel Guitar;
Tim Foreman - Bass;
Pat Savant - Guitar;

Creole Stomp (00:39:36);
Lousiana Waltz (00:40:13);
Hick's Wagon Wheel Special (00:44:16);
Band Introductions;
La Chère Chèrie (00:49:00);
Don't Get Married (Jeunes filles de la campagne) (00:52:50);
Mom, She'll Never Replace You (00:55:57);
La talle des ronces (01:00:18);
Grand Prairie Waltz (01:04:39);

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music, Jazz, Brass, Jugband
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Tuesday, January 4, 1983
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
01:09:39
Cataloged Date: 
Friday, April 27, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Friday, April 27, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
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Performance by Tracy Schwarz Cajun Band

Accession No.: 
UC1-304

Tracy Schwarz Cajun Band

Pat Wiley
John Cohen - T-fer
Tracy Schwarz - Fiddle
Charlie Terr - Accordion

La Danse De Mardi Gras;
Band Introduction;
Family Waltz (06:57);
Mamou Two-step (13:59)
La valse de grand chemin (19:24)
Lacassine Special

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Saturday, January 26, 1985
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
00:25:15
Cataloged Date: 
Monday, April 30, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Monday, April 30, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
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Performances by Tracy Schwarz Cajun Band, The Eddie Taylor Blues Band

Accession No.: 
UC1-305

Tracy Schwarz Cajun Band;

Les flammes d'enfer;

Eddie Taylor Blues Band;

Rocks Was My Pillow (06:35);
Seems Like A Million Years;
Look On Yonder Wall;
[?];
Highway 61;
I'm A Soul Brother, Baby;
My Home's In The Delta;

Brad Leftwich, Higginbotham & Ritchie

Goin' Down The Road (00:47:37)
That Was Before I Met You (00:45:18)
Goin' Down The River
Dry And Dusty/Bonaparte's Retreat
Alexander's Ragtime Band (00:55:55)
Back To School Blues
Kansas City Reel/Billy In The Lowground (01:04:10)

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music, Blues, Old Time
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Saturday, January 26, 1985
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
01:13:54
Cataloged Date: 
Monday, April 30, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Monday, April 30, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Drawer 30

Performances by Bill Harrell and the Virginians and the Balfa Brotherhood

Accession No.: 
UC1-316

Bill Harrell & The Virginians (Harrel, guitar, lead voc; Carl Nelson, fiddle; Darrell Sanders, banjo; Paul Adkins, mandolin, harmonica, voc; Ed Ferris, bass)

M.C. Introduction
In That Little Old Log Cabin (00:04:05)
Double Banjo Blues
[Unidentified]
Be Nobody's Darlin' But Mine (00:12:15)
Orange Blossom Special
[Song Intro/Band Intro]
Do You Remember (00:22:28)
Set Your Fields On Fire
Story Of Virgil Carter

Balfa Brotherhood - Tony Balfa, Dewey Balfa, Robert Jardell, Charlie Terr, Tracy Schwarz;
Madeline (00:36:01);
[Song Intro/Band Intro]
Quand j'étais pauvre
T'es obligé à ton mari;
Tu m'attends pleurer;
1755;
Tit Gallop pour Mamou;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
University of Chicago Folk Festival
Subject: 
Louisiana, Cajun, French, Music, Bluegrass
Creator: 
WFMT/University of Chicago Folk Festival
Recording date: 
Saturday, January 25, 1986
Coverage Spatial: 
Chicago, IL
Publisher: 
University of Chicago Folklore Society
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
01:10:04
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, May 3, 2018
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, May 3, 2018
Original Format: 
CD
Digital Format: 
WAV
Bit Depth: 
16 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Drawer 30

Musical performance by Wedison Reed

Accession No.: 
WI1.001

Gospel tunes;Wedison Reed Roll #1;Recorded at his home outside of Eunice;7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
English
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Friday, March 10, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
32:49
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Wedison Reed

Accession No.: 
WI1.002

Wedison ReedRecorded at his home outside of Eunice, LA7 1/2 ips/ NAB/1/2 track stereoRecorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan CrutcherTape in bad shape and has test tone on channel two that is heard throughoutGospel tunes YouÕre my God to be

Language: 
English
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Violin;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Wednesday, March 15, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 13, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Performance by Wedisson Reed

Accession No.: 
WI1.002

Gospel tune

Language: 
English
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Digitized Date: 
Monday, September 21, 2009
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Wedison Reed

Accession No.: 
WI1.003

Wedison Reed; Playing violin with piano; Shuffle; Nearer My God, To thee; If I Had A Star; I Will Not Be Denied; First song played; French Song; Tender Love; Farming; Gospel Tune; Wedison Reed Roll #1;Recorded at his home outside of Eunice;7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;

Language: 
English
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Violin
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Friday, March 10, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
20:23
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Robert Jardell and the Cajun Playboys

Accession No.: 
WI1.004

Robert Jardell and the Cajun Playboys Live at the Blue Goose Lounge; La valse a quatre-vignt dix-neuf ans; CÕest si aiser pour mÕaimer (So Easy To Love); Choupique Two-Step; Jolie blonde; Pine Grove Blues; La valse Belizaire; Valse soleil couchŽ; La valse de grand chemin; Recorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Friday, March 10, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
46:01
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Robert Jardell and the Cajun Playboys

Accession No.: 
WI1.005

Live at the Blue Goose Lounge;Acadian Two-Step; He Mom; JÕai vu le loup; La valse militaire; Cherokee Waltz; TÕen a eu, tÕen nÕauras plus; Kaplan Waltz; Lovebridge WaltzRecorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Friday, March 10, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
50:18
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Robert Jardell and the Cajun Playboys

Accession No.: 
WI1.006

Live at the Blue Goose LoungeLovebridge Waltz ; Opelousas Waltz; ???; ÔTits filles de la campagne ; Marier avec une, mais en amour avec une ature; Fi fi poncho; Pine Grove Blues, Les Zydeco est pas saleÕRecorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Friday, March 10, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
48:04
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Robert Jardell and the Cajun Playboys

Accession No.: 
WI1.007

Live at the Blue Goose LoungeLes Zydecos sont pas saleÕ; La Valse a Grand Basile; Lovebridge Waltz; La fille de la veuve; ? ? ?; DonÕt you Cry, BabyRecorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Friday, March 10, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
47:59
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical performance by Maurice Barzas and the Mamou Playboys

Accession No.: 
WI1.008

Live at the Blue goose LoungeEvangeline Special; La Valse qui fait autant du mal; Mamou Hot Step; ? ? ?; La valse du meche; One Scotch; ? ? ?; Eunice Two Step; La valse criminelle; Teche Special; Country WaltzRecorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Sunday, March 12, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
49:59
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical performance by Maurice Barzas and the Mamou Playboys

Accession No.: 
WI1.009

Live at the Blue goose LoungeCountry Waltz; Allons danser Colinda; Jolie Blonde; Fi Fi Poncho; La valse de Bambocheur; Old Fashion Two-Step; JÕai fait mon idee; Duralde WaltzRecorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Sunday, March 12, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
48:16
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical performance by Maurice Barzas and the Mamou Playboys

Accession No.: 
WI1.010

Live at the Blue goose LoungeGood Time two step; Tolain Waltz; Eunice two-step; Eunice waltz; French Blues; Calcasieu Watz; La valse des Allemands; Reno WaltzRecorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Sunday, March 12, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
33:01
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Boisec Ardoin and the Ardoin Bros.

Accession No.: 
WI1.011

Live at SlimÕs Y-Ki-Ki???; JÕetais au bal; Choupique two step; Grand Prairie Waltz; Jongle a moi; Quoi Faire; ??Recorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Creoles; Folk music;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Saturday, March 18, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Opelousas, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Boisec Ardoin and the Ardoin Bros.

Accession No.: 
WI1.012

Live at SlimÕs Y-Ki-KiHathaway Two Step; Happy Birthday; High Point Two Step; ? ? ? ; ? ? ?; Cajun from Church Point; ? ? ?Recorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Creoles; Folk music;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Saturday, March 18, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Opelousas, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
48:35
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Dennis Mcee, Gervis Stanford and Wallace Lafleur

Accession No.: 
WI1.013

Two Step de LÕanse Maigre; ? ?; Grand Texas; Adieu Rosa; Valse de Fruge; Chere tout tout; When i was big, I cried for my bottle and my sweetheart; La valse qui fait du mal; ? ?; ? ?; Valse de Tolan.Recorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher at Stanford home - early morning7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Violin
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Monday, March 20, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Mamou, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
45:44
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore
Accession No.: 
WI1.014

Dennis McGeeGervis StanfordWallace LafleurAt StanfordÕs houseJolie BlondeChere bebe CreoleReel des FrugŽsLa valse du coteauWaltzAllons a LafayetteThen adding Dejean Guillory - Accordion and Spoons (FredÕs Lounge)Note - Stanford Not playingEunice two stepJolie BlondeBosco StompGrand MamouPetite ou la grosse99 year waltzLa valse a popBosco StompWaltz

Language: 
French/English
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Recording date: 
Monday, March 20, 1978
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Dennis McGee, Gervis Stanford and Wallace Lafleur/ Dejean Guillory

Accession No.: 
WI1.015

Happy one-step; La valse du Criminelle; JÕai passeÕ devant ta porte; Hip et Taieau; Pin Solitaire; ? ?; ? ?; Les Traces de mon bogue; Madame young; La branche du murier; McGee Tune?; Bosco Stomp; Grand Mamou; Petite ou la Grosse; Tante Aline?; La valse a Pop; Bosco StompFredÕs LoungeDennis McGeeWallace LafleurDejean Guillory - AccordionFontenot - spoonsRecorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Violin
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Monday, March 20, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Mamou, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Dennis McGee and Sady Courville

Accession No.: 
WI1.016

Recorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan CrutcherStereo 1/2 track 7 1/2 ips

Language: 
French/English
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Violin
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Thursday, March 16, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Dennis McGee, Wallace Lafleur and Dejean Guillory

Accession No.: 
WI1.016

Reel de Fruge; La valse de coin; The Hill of the MagnoliaÕs; FrugeÕ Waltz; ? ?; ? ?; La valse a Kathleen; ? ?; La vals a Pop; Allons a LafayetteRecorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher at FredÕs Lounge7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Violin
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Monday, March 20, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Mamou, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
48:18
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Dennis McGee and Sady Courville

Accession No.: 
WI1.017

CourvilleÕs Favorite;La vielle valse a PopChere bebe CreoleRecording their first record;Adieu RosaWaltzRecorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher at McGeeÕs home7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Violin
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Thursday, March 16, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
24:38
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Mrs. John (Elizabeth) Landreneau

Accession No.: 
WI1.018

JÕai passe devant ta porte; ÔTit Gallop pour la Point au Pins; La Louisiane; Saute Crapeaud; The Back Door; JÕai passe devant ta porte; My Country Ôtis of thee; ÔTit gallop pour Mamou; ???Recorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher at 7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Tuesday, March 14, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Eunice, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
24:24
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 13, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Interview with Lioniel Leleux [Violin maker]

Accession No.: 
WI1.019

Jolie Blonde;JÕetais au bal;Hathaway two step;Walker Special;Midnight Waltz;Rock Õn Roll Tonight;Reno Waltz;Joe Falcon and Lawrence Walker styles;Mamou two step;Reno Waltz;La chanson lemonade;??Lionel original;LionelÕs break from playing music;Cherokee Waltz;JÕai passe devant ta porte;Pauvre Hobo;Over the Waves;Recorded at his home/workshop in Leleux, LARecorded by Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher7 1/2 ips/ NAB/ 1/2 track stereo;Ò0Ó db ref. level at head;All rights reserved except as noted;store tails out;

Language: 
English
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Violins;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Sunday, March 19, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Leleux, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
50:02
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 13, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Musical Performance by Lioniel Leleux

Accession No.: 
WI1.019

*Reel needs to be ridigitizedJolie Blonde;JÕetais au bal;Hathaway two step;Grand Night Special;Midnight WaltzKeep your hands off of it;Reno Waltz;Joe FalconÕs style;Mamou two stepReno WaltzRagtime tuneoriginal tune;Cherokee WaltzJÕai passe devant ta portePauvre hoboOver the waves

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Wiskes
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music;
Creator: 
Andy Wiskes and Susan Crutcher
Recording date: 
Tuesday, March 14, 1978
Coverage Spatial: 
Mamou, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
48:42
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, April 13, 2006
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

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