6 edition of Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step & Swing found in the catalog.
October 15, 2006 by Univ. of La. at Lafayette .
Written in English
|Contributions||Wayne W. Daniel (Foreword), Ryan A. Brasseaux (Editor), Kevin S. Fontenot (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||535|
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Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step & Swing gives a fresh new perspective on the music of the Cajuns, showing that it is not a completely isolated cultural artform, but a result of a unique ethnic people who are contsantly Accordions influenced and changed by thier American nieghbors, integrating mainstream culture into thier own, without losing the Cajun identity.5/5(2).
Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step & Swing gives a fresh new perspective on the music of the Cajuns, showing that it is not a completely isolated cultural artform, but a result of a unique ethnic people who are contsantly being influenced and changed by thier American nieghbors, integrating mainstream culture into thier own, without losing the Cajun identity.5/5(2).
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Brasseaux is married and has two children. Publications. Cajun Breakdown: The Emergence of an American-Made Music (Oxford University Press, ) Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step and Swing: A Cajun Music Reader (Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, ).
With Kevin S. Fontenot. Kevin Scott Fontenot (born Febru ) is an author and scholar of the American South, focusing on the history of country and Cajun music. Born in Eunice, a city partly in St. Landry Parish, Louisiana, he is a descendant of French colonial soldiers, Acadians, and Anglo-Celtic ancestors include the celebrated Lanier family of court musicians to Henry ity control: ISNI:.
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Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step & Swing: A Cajun Music Reader. Regular price $ BOOK REVIEW, “‘ACCORDIONS, FIDDLES, TWO STEP & SWING”: Behind the Musique Aug by Ron Thibodeaux in Books, Music Leave a comment Cajun music used to be one of the great hidden treasures of Louisiana.
Today, the Cajuns make up a significant portion of south Louisiana's population and have exerted an enormous impact on the state's culture" (Wikipedia) The books on this list cover the history, language, music, food and customs of the Cajun people, as well as some of the imaginative literature in which Cajuns are depicted.
Marc Savoy. Simpson, David. M usician Marc Savoy builds and repairs Cajun accordions in his Eunice shop, the Savoy Music Center. The store, which opened inserves as a gathering place for local Cajun musicians and fans from around the world; a jam session takes places there on.
A Visionary Adventurer: Arsène Lacarrière Latourthe Unusual Travels of a Frenchman in the Americas. Dewey Jean Segura (Febru – unknown) was born in Delcambre, and his brother Edier Segura (sometimes spelled "Eddie") formed the duo known as the "Segura Brothers" (also listed as "Segura Bros").
Kevin S. Fontenot, "How Y'all Are: Justin Wilson and Cajun Comedy" in Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step and Swing: A Cajun Music Reader.
Ryan A. Music lovers from around the world are converging on Louisiana for the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, but they may miss a unique music tradition right in New Orleans' backyard.
Just an hour's drive to the west is the Cajun heartland, where traditional music from Europe underwent a renaissance, and is still going strong. Duration: Best Louisiana History Books (Nonfiction) Accordions, Fiddles, Two-Step & Swing: A Cajun Music Reader by.
Ryan Brasseaux Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. flag this list ← Previous 1 2 3 Next → books 32 voters.
He is the author of Cajun Breakdown: The Emergence of an American-Made Music (Oxford University Press, ), co-editor of Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step & Swing: A Cajun Music Reader (), and co-author of Stir the Pot: The History of Cajun Cuisine (). Excerpts from Traditional Music in Coastal Louisiana by Joshua Clegg Caffery Introduction.
Discount prices on books by Wayne W Daniel, including titles like International Country Music Journal Click here for the lowest price. As historians Ryan Brasseaux and Kevin Fontenot point out in their book, “Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step & Swing: A Cajun Music Reader,” those old songs started to evolve as soon as they.
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Style () Air Castle of the South: WSM and the Making of Music City: Craig Havighurst () America's Music: Bluegrass: Barry R.
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A year by year history of Festival de Musique Acadienne at Festivals Acadiens in Lafayette, the central event in the preservation and promotion of Cajun music.
The book includes a lot of material about individual musicians. Brasseaux, Ryan A., and Kevin S. Fontenot. Accordions, Fiddles, Two-Step & Swing: A Cajun Music Reader. The Hayloft Gang: The Story of the National Barn Dance (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, ); Ryan A.
Brasseaux and Kevin S. Fontenot, Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step and Swing: A Cajun Music Reader (Lafayette: Center for Louisiana Studies, ); Patrick Huber, Linthead Stomp: The Creation of Country Music in the Piedmont South; Peter La.
Realizing that much of this key literature on Cajun music was not readily available to the public, they turned some of these articles into Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step and Swing: A Cajun Music Reader (Center for Louisiana Studies), the definitive book on the evolution of Cajun music.
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Fontenot, "How Y'all Are: Justin Wilson and Cajun Comedy" in Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step and Swing: A Cajun Music Reader.
Ryan A. Brasseaux and Kevin S. Fontenot, eds. Lafayette: The Center for Louisiana Studies, Post’s landmark volume set the tone for other books that followed, including Cajun Country () by Barry Jean Ancelet, Jay Dearborn Edwards, and Glen Pitre.
Music as Cajun Folklife. Much of the scholarship on Cajun folklife, at least in monograph form, has focused on the history and meaning of Cajun music as a folk idiom.
His work also appears in the book, Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step & Swing: A Cajun Music Reader, edited by Ryan Brasseaux and Kevin Fontenot.
DeWitt studied the double bass and piano as a youth and plays and sings now for his own enjoyment. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Daniel W Wayne books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Regardless of how many bass columns your accordion has, you'll only be looking at the first two or three columns.
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Louisiana folk and regional popular music traditions on records and on the radio: An historical overview with suggestions for future research Accordions, fiddles, two step & swing: A Cajun music. Mark F. DeWitt is an ethnomusicologist and author of Cajun and Zydeco Dance Music in Northern California: Modern Pleasures in a Postmodern World (University Press of Mississippi, ), along with several book chapters and journal articles.
His Popular Music and Society article on the Cajun accordion won the Society for Ethnomusicology's Klaus P.
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Fontenot and Brasseaux have published numerous works on Cajun music individually and collectively, including Accordions, Fiddles, Two-Step & Swing: A Cajun Music Reader ().
Brasseaux has a book, Cajun Breakdown, due out next year. century dances, Dennis would play square dances as well as two-steps, waltzes, and reels. Dennis even provided accompaniment for silent films at theaters in Mamou and Eunice. Dennis’s learning experiences were heightened during this period.
His as-sociation with longtime fiddler Sady Courville began when he would visit neighbors to play music. on, two to four fiddles were used at a Saturday night house dance or party.
He recalls that when he met Dennis, “It was a whole different style of music, so I had to actually almost re-learn how to play.” Another influence, Varise Conner of Lake Arthur, had been a string band. * Iry Lejeune – La Valse de pont d’Amour (Love Bridge Waltz) – Cajun’s Greatest; The Definitive Collection () – Louisiana, USA – (The “Cajun accordionists’ national anthem.”) according to Carl Lindahl, “Accordion Music & Lifestyle on the Cajun Frontier,” in Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step & Swing A Cajun Music Reader, pg.
Mark F. DeWitt, “Heritage, Tradition, and Travel: Louisiana French Culture Places on a California Dance Floor,” The World of Music 41 (), reprinted in Accordions, Fiddles, Two Step & Swing: A Cajun Music Reader, eds.
Ryan A. Brasseaux and Kevin S. Fontenot (Lafayette: Center for Author: Travis D. Stimeling.Sandmel ’s articles have appeared in publications including the Wall Street Journal and The Atlantic, and been anthologized in «From Jubilee to Hip Hop: African American Music Since Reconstruction» and «Accordions, Fiddles.
Two-Step & Swing: A Cajun Music Reader.Accordions, fiddles, two step & swing: a Cajun music reader. Buying the wind: regional folklore in the United States. Louisiana French folk songs is available for research Monday – Friday, at the Monroe Library Special Collections & Archives —– Additional online resources used: Cajun Folklife, by Phone: ()