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Performances by Wilbur Shaw, Mr. Bornu, Breaux Brothers Cajun Band, Elita Hoffpauir, Sam Stafford

Accession No.: 
LO1-001-A

[AFS-11 A side]
Wilbur Shaw, 1934, New Iberia;
Dego / Zydeco Sont Pas Salés - juré

[AFS-11 B side] (00:03:30)
Mr. Bornu;
Instrumental-fiddle & guitar (blend French/Anglo); Cowboys Song - English w/ fiddle;
The Old Chisolm Trail; Belle;

[AFS-12 single faced disk]; (00:08:35)
Acadia Parish;
Poupée donne à ton nègre; Like An Honest Girl Do;

[AFS-13 single faced disk]; (00:11:50)
Breaux Brothers Cajun Band; Crowley, LA
Let Me be Your Little Dog Mamma;

[AFS-14 A side]; (00:15:00)
Elita Hoffpauir, 611 Hopkins St., New Iberia;
Là-bas sur ces montagnes; Je caresserai la belle; Au long de ce rivage; Address;

[AFS-14 B side] (00:21:45)
Elita Hoffpauir, 611 Hopkins St., New Iberia
Au long de ce rivage

[AFS-15 A side]; (00:27:10)
Sam Stafford, Crowley, LA
There was a Rich Old Farmer; Charlie Was a Nice Young Man; Skip to My Lou;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Creoles; Folk music, Ballads, Juré
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Recording date: 
Friday, June 1, 1934
Coverage Spatial: 
New Iberia & Crowley, LA
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
32:45
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabnet 2 Shelf 1

Performances by Jesse and Sam Stafford, Hippolyte Dupont, Wayne Perry

Accession No.: 
LO1-001-B

Samuel Stafford, 6/1934, Crowley, LA
Background info on Stafford;

[AFS-15 B side]
There Was a Rich Old Farmer;

[AFS-16 A side] (00:03:50)
Hippolyte Dupont; Kaplan, LA
Le petit mari; Cadet Roussell; Sans souci (nightwatchman); Le petit mari; Background on Dupont;

[AFS-16 B] (00:09:34)
Cher Willie; Braves gens militaires

[AFS-17 single faced disc] (00:15:58)
Jesse Stafford/Samuel Stafford; Crowley, 6/6/1934
Trois jolis tambours (La fille du roi);
Jesse Stafford, 6/9/1934, Crowley;
Je m'endors;

[AFS-20 single faced disk]; (00:22:15)
Wayne Perry; Indian Bayou, LA
Sitting on Top of the World; Chicken Cacklin; Old Time Creole Blues;

[AFS-21 A side] (00:28:33)
Old Joe Clark; Sally Goodin;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Ballads; Folk music; Ballads, Fiddle music
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Recording date: 
Friday, June 1, 1934
Coverage Spatial: 
Crowley, Kaplan & Indian Bayou, LA
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
30:21
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Musical Performances by Wayne Perry, Cleveland Sonnier, Fenelon Brasseaux, Isaac Sonnier et al, Lawrence Cormier, Cletus Mire

Accession No.: 
LO1-002-A

Wayne Perry 6/1934;
Weevily Wheat; Chickens Crowin' (Sourwood Mountain);

[AFS-21-B side] (00:03:04)
Cajun Waltz; Waltz; Blues;

[AFS 24-A Side]; (00:08:50)
Eraste Vidrine, Hoseau Phillips, Hart Perrodin; LSU;
Baiolle; Depuis l’âge de quinze ans; Grand Basile;
La baquille;

[AFS-24 B-side] (00:14:03)
J’ai passé devant ta porte;

Willis Ducrest; LSU student from St. Martinville;
Criminelle; discussion;

[AFS-25 Single Faced Disc] (00:17:28);
Lawrence Cormier and Cletus Mire; Coulée Croche, LA;
When A Woman Gets the Blues; July 1934;
Eh, m'en aller (Recorded at a Cajun Wedding) 1935;

[AFS-26 A-side] (00:23:00)
Cleveland Sonnier, Fenelon Brasseaux, Isaac Sonnier, 6/29/1934, Erath, LA
S'il fait valliant; background,
Fenelon Brasseaux;
Je me suis marié
Cleveland Sonnier, Fenelon Brasseaux and Isaac Sonnier;
Trinquons;

[AFS-26 B side] (00:28:30)
Chanson des Savoy;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Ballads; Fiddle Music
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Recording date: 
Friday, June 1, 1934
Coverage Spatial: 
Indian Bayou, Coulée Croche, Erath, LA
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
32:05
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio - AIFF
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Ballads performed by Cleveland Sonnier, Fenelon Brasseaux, Lanese Vincent, Sidney Richard, Luke Hebert

Accession No.: 
LO1-002-B

Fenelus Sonnier 6/19/1934, Erath, LA;
Discussion; La Chanson de Théogene Dubois; Discussion;

Cleveland Sonnier, Fenelon Brasseaux, Isaac Sonnier
Paysan, donne-moi ta fille;

[AFS-27 A side]
Lanese Vincent, Sindey Richard Kaplan, LA;
J'ai parti au long du bois; Discussion;

[AFS-27 B side]
J’ai marié un ouvrier; discussion;
O, rossignol sauvage; discussion; Le fille de quinze ans;

[AFS-28 B side] (00:17:07)
Madame Gaien était promenant; Je m’ai fait une maîtresse;

[AFS-29 A side]
Luke Hebert; 6/28/1934; New Iberia;
C’est lamour qui m’a séduit le cœur;

[AFS-29 B side] (00:26:08)
Luke Hebert;
À boire; Adieu, mes vingt ans;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Ballads;
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Recording date: 
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Coverage Spatial: 
Erath, Kaplan and New iberia LA
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
31:25
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Ballads performed by Mrs. Sansey Bonnet, Elita, Mary, Ella and Julien Hoffpauir

Accession No.: 
LO1-003-A

Mrs. Sansey Bonnet; Crowley, LA
[AFS-30 A side];
La fille de quatorze ans; Jolie brune;

[AFS-30 B side]; (00:01:50)
Grand Dieu, que je suis à mon aise; Si j’aurais des ailes; La belle qui est endormie; Discussion;

[AFS-31 A side] (00:08:40)
Elita, Mary, and Ella Hoffpauir, 611 Hopkins St., New Iberia;
Six ans sur mer; Les clefs de la prison;

[AFS-31 B side] (00:14:40
Papier d’épingles; Si j’aurais les souliers; J’ai vu Lucille; Le plus jeune des trois; Un matin j’étais sur ma galerie; Discussion;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Ballads;
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Recording date: 
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Coverage Spatial: 
Crowley & New Iberia, LA
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
30:32
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Ballads performed by Julien Hoffpauir and Luneda Comeaux

Accession No.: 
LO1-003-B

Julien Hoffpauir; New Iberia, LA;
Une jeune fille de quatorze ans; Je m’ai fait une maîtresse;

[AFS-33 A side] (00:05:12)
Luneda Comeaux; New Iberia, LA; 1934;
La belle, je suis venu; La belle s’en va; Un de ces grand matins;

[AFS-33 B side] (00:11:23)
Luneda Comeaux; New Iberia, LA; 1934;
Charmant Billie; Je me suis marié; La Sainte-Catherine; Dans le village (spoken);

[AFS-34 A side] (00:17:44)
Luneda Comeaux (continued)
Je suis né en automne; Je suis la délaisée; Le beau galant; Joe Feraille; Madam Fardeuil;

[AFS-34 B side] (00:23:10)
Luneda Comeaux (continued)
Faire le tour, we danced all night; Asseyez-vous dessus la terre; Auparavant de s’en aller;

Anonymous person whistling;
St. Louis Blues;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; French; Folk music; Ballads;
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Recording date: 
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Coverage Spatial: 
New Iberia, LA
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
30:09
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Ballads performed by Davoust Bérard, Alfred Granger, Fernest Boutte, Henry Decuir, Elita Hoffpauir

Accession No.: 
LO1-004-A

[AFS-35 B side]
Davoust Bérard; New Iberia La; June 29, 2007;
La fête printanière;

Alfred Granger;
L'amour et fanatisme

[AFS-35 B side]
Davoust Bérard;
Les amours et les beaux jours;

Fernest Boutte, Alfred Granger, Davoust Bérard;
Viens belle nuit;

[AFS-36 A Side] (00:11:43)
Davoust Bérard;
Mes amis, je suis gris;

J’ai pris encore à boire pour me chauffer;

Alfred Granger;
Je tiens ma bouteille;

[AFS-37 A side] (00:17:20)
Elita Hoffpauir; New Iberia, LA; September 11, 1934;
Tout un beau soir;

Julien Hoffpauir (00:19:50);
Au pont de Nantes;

[AFS-37 B side] (00:23:33)
Je te bénis ma fille; Mademoiselle Emélie;

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk songs; Ballads;
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Recording date: 
Tuesday, June 19, 1934
Coverage Spatial: 
New Iberia, LA 1934 & 1937
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
31:47
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Ballads performed by Julian and Elita Hoffpauir, Musical performance by the Segura Brothers, Unknown

Accession No.: 
LO1-004-B

[AFS 38-A side]
Julien Hoffpauir, New Iberia;
La caille et la perdrix; Il faut hisser ces voiles;

[AFS-38 B side] (00:06:50)
Elita Hoffpauir; New Iberia, LA
Dans mon chemin rencontrent trois garçons allemands; Ouvre la porte;

[AFS-39 A side] (00:11:55)
Unknown man;
J’ai fait mon serment;

[AFS-39 B side]
cuts from radio;

Bess Lomax Hawes;
I Hate Myself For Being So Mean to You;

Alan Lomax; Austin, Texas;
When I Was a Cowboy; Done Told Me They’d Pardon Me

[AFS-40 single faced disk];
Segura Brothers; New Iberia, LA; June 22, 1934;
Jolie blonde; Viens donc t'assis sur la croix de ma tombe;

[AFS-41 A side]; June 16, 1934 (00:25:00)
Evangeline Band of St. Martinville;
Acadian Air #1; Acadian Air #2

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Ballads; Jazz; French
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Recording date: 
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Coverage Spatial: 
New Iberia, LA & Austin, TX
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
34:33
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Ballads performed by Henry DeCuir, Delmar Hébert, Joe Segura; Didier Hébert; Juré by Jimmy Peters and Singers

Accession No.: 
LO1-005-A

[AFS-41 B side]
Henry DeCuir, Delmar Hébert; 6/29/1934, New Iberia
Instrumental-clarinet (or soprano saxophone) and fiddle;
Rory O'Moore; Old Colonial Waltz;

Hébert Family Band;
Instrumental (waltz) -clarinet (or soprano saxophone) fiddle accompanied by Héebert's children- descendents of the original Acadian settlers in Louisiana, specialize in old colonial music of Louisiana, musicians claim that the tune is the first waltz introduced to Louisiana under French dominion;

[AFS-42 A side] (00:04:30)
Joe Segura; Delcambre, LA; June 22, 1934
Adieu Marguerite;

Didier Hébert (00:08:10)
C’est bien le mois d’avril; ballads;

[AFS-42 B side]
Joe Segura;
Aux Illinois; Le pays des étrangers; J'ai fait une maîtresse;

[AFS-43 A side]
Les filles à Albert Moreau; Joe Feraille;

[AFS-43 B side] (00:22:40)
Un té pas gain de l'air

[AFS-79 A side] (00:26:48)
Jimmy Peters and French Black Ring Dancers; Jennings, LA
Z’haricots sont pas salés; Rock Away;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Creoles; Folk music; Ballads; Juré
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Coverage Spatial: 
Louisiana, 1934 & 1937
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
30:24
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Jurés and ballads performed by Jimmy Peters, Joseph Jones, Joe Massey, Cleveland Benoit, Mighty Darby Hicks

Accession No.: 
LO1-005-B

Jimmy Peters; Jennings, LA; June 1934
Hier après-midi le chat a tué Fido;

[AFS-79 B side] (00:01:50)
Jimmy Peters
S'en aller chez Moreau; Je veux me marier;

[AFS-80 single faced disk] (00:07:30);
Joseph Jones; Jennings, LA; August, 1934
Blues de la prison;

[AFS-81 A side] (00:13:14)
Cleveland Benoit and “Mighty” Darby Hicks; Jennings, LA; August 1, 1934
Là-bas chez Moreau

[AFS-81 B side] (00:18:19)
Joseph Jones;
Me joindre là-bas à la maison

[AFS-82 A side] ((00:22:20)
Joe Massey; St. Martinville; St. John’s Plantation
Mo Malheureux / Si li lé bat; Mo Malade; Li pas connais

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Creoles; Folk music; Ballads; Juré; French;
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Recording date: 
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Coverage Spatial: 
Louisiana, 1934
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
28:25
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Musical performances by Joe Massey, Oakdale Carrière, Lunéda Comeaux and Paul Malveaux and Ernest Lafitte

Accession No.: 
LO1-006-A

[AFS-82 B side] Joe Massey; St. Martiville, LA; St. John's Plantation;
La jalousie c'est l'imagination; Un coup de bâton;

[AFS-83 A side] Oakdale Carrière; Angola, LA 7/1/1934; (00:06:23)
O chère 'tite fille; Perrodin two-step; Catin, prie donc pour ton nègre;

[AFS-83 B side] Lunéda Comeaux; New Iberia, LA; (00:12:52)
Laissez-moi;

[AFS-85 A side] Paul Malveaux, Ernest Lafitte; August 2, 1934; Jennings,LA;
Bonsoir; bonsoir 'tit monde; M'a j'été dehors

[AFS-85 B side]
Bonsoir, petit monde; Tous les samedis

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Creoles; Folk music; Ballads;
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Recording date: 
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Coverage Spatial: 
St. Martinville, LA
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
32:10
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Musical performances by Austin Coleman, Joe Washington Brown, Angelle Pitre, Edwin L. Stevens, Ellis Evans, Jimmy Lewis, Cécile Audebert, Amélie Alexander

Accession No.: 
LO1-006-B

[AFS-111 A side]
Austin Coleman, Joe Washington Brown, Sampson Brown; Jennings, LA. May 1934;
Feel Like Dying in His Army;

[AFS-111 B side] (00:05:30)
Angelle Pitre; Lake Arthur, LA
Bonsoir; Et la remplir, Mariez-vous donc; Mariée vous danse

[AFS-112 A side]
Edwin L. Stevens (Former President of ULL) Lafayette, LA; June 13, 1934
Crossing Jordan; We're all gwine down to Jordan; Là-bas dans Carencro;

[AFS-112 B side] (00:15:00)
Religious chant - Texas [He rose from the dead]

[AFS-113 single faced disk] (00:16:45)
Ellis Evans [harmonica], Jimmy Lewis [washboard] Loyd, LA
When I leave you baby; Harmonica instrumental - Fais do do;

[889 A1,2,3] (00:23:30)
Cécile Audebert; New Orleans, LA 1937
Danse la Counjoille;

Amélie Alexander;
Le roi détrôné; I have no home;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Coverage Spatial: 
Louisiana
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
32:24
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore

Ballads sung by members of the Lafont Old Folks Home in New Orleans / Wood Cutting Songs

Accession No.: 
LO1-007-A

[889 B-1,2,3]
Ernestine LaBowe; New Orleans, LA; April 3, 1937
Fais do do ma fille (Crali da Calalou);

Amélie Alexandre;
Crali da Calalou

Alcide Louise;
Cisseaux;

Ernestine LeBowe
Je suis un enfant gâté; Fais do do Colin, mon petit frère,

[890 A1,2,3,4] (00:05:20)

Valentine Allain and Amélie Alexander; March 4, 1937
Ora ridel;

Wallace H Brooks;
Trois pis caillon (vendors' song)

[890 B 1,2,3] (00:09:55)
Ice cream vendors' song; Until I Reach My Home;

[891 A1] (00:14:58)
Until I Reach My Home;

[891 A2] (00:17:45
Amélie Alexander, Valentine Alain and William Brooks;
Cala Street Vendors Cry;

[891 B1,2,3]
Albertine Alexis;
Allez-vous à la messe; Madame Boco; Dansez Codine;

[892 A]
Wood Cutting Songs by African-American Vocal Group; Hartman, Mississippi; March 8, 1937
O Rosie;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Creoles; Folk music; French; Ballads;
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Coverage Spatial: 
New Orleans, LA and Hartman, MS
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
30:26
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Musical Performances by Albertine Alexis, Ray Wood, et. al

Accession No.: 
LO1-007-B

892 B1 and 2
Hartman, MS - African American Work Songs;

893 A1,2,3,4,5,6

Albertine Alexis; New Orleans, LA
Danser Colinda; Les petits bateaux;

Ray Wood; New Orleans, LA
Eat When I'm Hungry; Dog Tick and Tobacco Worm; Green Gavel; Did You Ever See the Devil;

893 B1,2,3
Possum Up a Gum Stump; Josephus; Green Corn;

939 A1,2
Luise Henson; San Antonio, TX
Roll on Buddy;

Marie Rogers, New Orleans, LA;
Arrive Bertrand

939 B1,2,3
Mon cher cousin; Suzette; Belle femme; Fais do do, Minette; Madame Caba

Valentine Allain; March 4, 1937; New Orleans, LA
Je suis chrétien;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Creoles; Folk Music; Work Songs;
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Recording date: 
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Coverage Spatial: 
Hartman, MS & New Orleans, LA
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
31:49
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Musical performances by Amelia Alexandre, Valentine Alain and Interview and ballads by Jeanne Arguedes

Accession No.: 
LO1-008-A

From Lomax Collection
[944 B1,2];
Amelia Alexandre; March 4, 1937
Mo gauguin une petite cousine;

Valentine Alain; March 3, 1937;
Chère toucoutou;

From Halpert Collection
[3119 A];
Jeanne Arguedes; Life on the plantation in St. Charles Parish; remedies for the sick; slave songs (discussion); Tous les soirs maman me carèsse;

[2199 B1,2];
Discussion of country store; Tous les soirs (English Version); Fais do do Colin, mon petit frère;

[3120 A]
John Care;

[3120 B1,2,3]
No rain; Mon dieu, donnez la pluie; Mina Bernard;

[3121 A1,2]
Old Louisa; Mo marchait sur le chemin; Moulinez les cannes;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Creoles; Folk music; Ballads, French, New Orleans
Creator: 
Herbert Halpert
Coverage Spatial: 
New Orleans, LA and WPA Studio, New Orleans
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
31:53
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Ballads and stories by Jeanne Arguedes

Accession No.: 
LO1-008-B

[3121 B1,2]
Cutting cane; Moulin grillez did canne; Congo Square; Bamboula;

[3122 A1,2]
Goard; Song and Dance; Chère, moi l'aimer toi; bamboula description; the Calinda--ridicule song;

[3122 B1,2]
Strong Congo rythms; Calinda about Mr. Margureaux; Monsieur Carondolet; Monsieur Delachaise;

[3123 A]
Sweet potato bamboula song--Patate la tohuite; Voodoo incantations; gris-gris charms;

[3123 B1,2]
Marie Laveaux of Congo Square; Voodoo ceremony descriptions; incantations; quarrel between cook and mammy; frightened by nurse by calling Counja; Counja apé vini;

[3124 A]
Counja apé vini; translation;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Creoles; Slave songs; Voodoo; Marie Laveaux
Creator: 
Herbert Halpert
Recording date: 
Monday, June 12, 1939
Coverage Spatial: 
WPA Studio, New Orleans
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
36:53
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Ballads and oral history by Albertine Helaire and Jeanne Wogan Arguedes

Accession No.: 
LO1-009-A

[3124 B1,2]
Albertine Hélaire; Quand patate-l'a cuite; translation; repeat;
Monsieur Mario--Calinda;

[3125 A1,2]
Mon chère cousin; Mister Banjo;

[3125 B,1,2,3]
Les petits bateaux; Monsieur Malbrough est mort;

[3126 A1,2]
Jeanne Wogan Arguedes;
Sally Ann; O Dago;

[3126 B1,2]
Johnny is a Dago; Toucoutou;

[3127 A1,2]
Plantation games; Promenons-nous dans les bois;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Creoles; Lullabies;
Creator: 
Herbert Halpert
Recording date: 
Tuesday, June 13, 1939
Coverage Spatial: 
WPA Studio New Orleans, LA
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
30:41
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Interview with Jeanne Wogan Arguedes

Accession No.: 
LO1-009-B

[3127 B1,2]
Jeanne Wogan Arguedes;
Promenons-nous dans les bois;

[3128 A1,2]
Dansons la capucine; La Marguerite;

[3128 B1,2,3]
La Marguerite (continued); Miss Jenny and John, parents,

[3129 A1,2,3]
Miss Jenny and John (continued); La Madeleine; plantation evenings; Oh Promise Me; Mamay, mammy and birth;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Creoles; Oral History; Games
Creator: 
Herbert Halpert
Recording date: 
Wednesday, June 14, 1939
Coverage Spatial: 
WPA Studio New Orleans, LA
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
31:51
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Stories and Ballads by Jeanne Wogan Arguedes

Accession No.: 
LO1-010-A

[3130 B1,2]
Mon vieux gardien cochon; Hidden Negro Slaves;

[3131 A1,2]
First runaway marriage in New Orleans; how folk songs are composed; Mademoiselle Marie chauffez-la;

[3131 B1,2]
La pluie tombe; Il pleut;

[3132 A]
Cad-ja;

[3132 B1,2,3]
Dansez Codine; Compère Lapin; Les petits bateaux;

[3133 A1,2]
Un, deux, trois, Caroline; Z'amours Marianne; Sainte-Catherine;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Creoles; Folk music; Ballads; Oral History; Slavery; Plantations
Creator: 
Herbert Halpert
Recording date: 
Wednesday, June 14, 1939
Coverage Spatial: 
WPA Studio New Orleans, LA
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
28:34
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Musical performances

Accession No.: 
LO1-010-B

[3133 B1,2]
Z'amours Marianne; La Sainte-Catherine;

[3134 A1,2]
La Sainte-Catherine; Ma'm'selle Zizi
[3134 B1,2]
Pauv ti hele; Mister Banjo

[3990 A1,2,3,4)
Blues recordings from Texas

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Creoles; Folk music; Ballads; Oral History; Blues
Creator: 
Herbert Halpert
Recording date: 
Wednesday, June 14, 1939
Coverage Spatial: 
WPA Studio New Orleans, LA
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
32:02
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--7"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1

Musial Performance by Joe Harris and Kid White/ Noel Lebeau

Accession No.: 
LO1-011

Joe Harris (Mandolin) and Kid White (Guitar); October 10, 1940; Texas
When I get to Texas; T'es pas là; Childhood in New Iberia;

[3991 A1,2,3,4,5]
Ain't Nobody's Business; Black Monday Blues; Lookin' For That Bully; Instrumental; In My Troubled Mind;

[2991 B1,2,3,4,]
Noel Lebeau, October 10,1940; Shreveport, LA
Camarade; Trois Cadiens; Mon esperance d'aller; S'il faut mourir; Camarade; Trois Cadiens; Come Along Sue;

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Lomax
Subject: 
Louisiana; Creoles; Folk music; Ballads; Oral History;
Creator: 
Alan and John Lomax
Coverage Spatial: 
Texas
Publisher: 
Association for Cultural Equity
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
30:49
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
44.1k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 2 Shelf 1