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Songs and folktales by Léonel Lachassée, Madame Galbert Guidry, Selena Guidry et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-001

Side A

00:00:00 - Bouki et Lapin et le puits ("Bouki et Lapin et l'puits") (story) - Madame L.B. Boudreaux / Elbie Boudreaux
00:01:55 - La chasse à l'ours (story) - Léonel Lachassée
00:03:10 - "Quand je suis né" (song) - Léonel Lachassée
00:04:40 - "La Délaissée" (song) - Léonel Lachassée
00:06:10 - La viande de chevreuil (story) - Léonel Lachassée
00:06:30 - Cousins (story) - Léonel Lachassée
00:06:59 - "Je suis né" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
00:08:17 - "Je m'en irai voir mon aimable brune / Mon aimable brune" (song) - Selena "Lena" Guidry
00:09:35 - "J'ai passé une petite maison neuve" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
00:10:42 - "Paul le sellier" (song) - Galbert Guidry
00:13:32 - "La belle Créole" (song) - Galbert Guidry and Madame Galbert Guidry
00:17:14 - "Dieu du ciel" (song) - Célestine Morton
00:19:12 - "C'est pour aller chercher" (song) - Célestine Morton
00:21:00 - "L'enfant Jésus" (song) - Célestine Morton
00:23:08 - "La passion de Notre Seigneur Jésus Christ" (song) - Laurent Salomon
00:25:36 - "Revenez donc pécheurs" (song) - Laurent Salomon
00:26:58 - "Adieu, Vièrge Marie" / "À Dieu, Vièrge Marie" ("Ah, Dieu, Vièrge Marie") (song) - Laurent Salomon
00:28:48 - "Il y a qu'un seul Dieu" (song) - Laurent Salomon
00:30:35 - "Je suis un homme d'une grande famille" (song) - Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon

Side B

00:32:12 - Petit Jean et les hommes du roi ("Tit Jean et les hommes du roi") (story) - Prestin-Joseph Primeaux
00:33:56 - Le petit garçon sans peur ("Le p'tit garçon sons peur") (story) - Ludovic "Dovie" Lachassé
00:38:30 - "Je m'ai fait un nouveau beau" ("J'm'ai fait 'n nouveau beau") (song) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
00:40:25 - "J'ai passé dessous le pommier" ("J'ai passé dessous l'pommier") (song) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
00:41:27 - "Les maringouins ont tout mangé ma belle (song) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
00:41:55 - "Chanson du soldat" (song) - Madame Freddie Trahan
00:46:15 - "Je me suis levé trois heures avant le jour" (song) - Madame Freddie Trahan
00:55:12 - "Pauvre petit coin coin" - (rhyme) - Madame Pete Guidry
00:55:27 - Le conte du moqueur et hibou (story) - Madame L.B. Boudreaux / Elbie Boudreaux
00:56:11 - Petit Poucet ("Tit Poucet") (story) - Mme Pete Guidry
01:00:58 - "Pin Pi Po Laurent" / "Pan Pi Po Saint Laurent" (nursery rhyme) - Lucille Saltzman
01:01:00 - "Come, come!" / "Pin Pan" / "Dédé LaCart" / "Dédé Lacas" (nursery rhyme) - Lucille Saltzman
01:01:45 - Barbe bleue (story) - Madame L.B. Boudreaux / Elbie Boudreaux

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads; Canticles; Rhymes
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Monday, September 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
01:05:05
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Thursday, May 2, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96 kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1 Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Edé Adam, Fannie Lee Marceaux, Doles Saltzman et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-002

00:00 - L'histoire de la religieuse / Qui est le plus fort? / La fourmi / La froumi (story) - Edé Adam
02:33 - "Embarque, embarque" (song) - Fannie Lee Marceaux
05:35 - "M'amiliée venez avec moi" (song) - Fannie Lee Marceaux
07:49 - "Prospère" (song) - Fannie Lee Marceaux
13:26 - Petit Jean sans peur ("Tit Jean sans peur") (story) - Edé Adam
16:40 - Petit Jean et le grand géant ("Tit Jean et le grand géant") (story) - Doles Saltzman
18:09 - "Je suis parti" (song) - Barosse Hébert
21:10 - "Chanson du matelot" (song) - Fannie Lee Marceaux

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Sunday, June 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
28:03
Cataloged Date: 
Monday, May 13, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Friday, May 3, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96 kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Léonore Catalon, Barosse Hébert, Madame Galbert Guidry et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-003

Side B

00:00 - "Je suis un homme d'une grande famille" (song) - Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon
00:45 - "Aux pas, aux pas soldats" / "Aux pas soldats" (song) - Léonore Catalon
01:52 - Le mulet de 4 ans (story) - Barosse Hébert
02:47 - "Mon père, c'était jardinier" (song) - Barosse Hébert
03:38 - "La petite poule noire" (song) - Barosse Hébert
04:50 - "J'ai passé vers une cour" (song) - Barosse Hébert
06:04 - "Biron" / "Tobie Lapierre" (song) - Barosse Hébert
07:07 - "Là-bas de chez mon père" / "L'oranger" (song) - Barosse Hébert
08:43 - "Buvons, buvons" (song) - Barosse Hébert
10:26 - "Jacques Guillotte" (song) - Barosse Hébert
12:37 - L'histoire de la religieuse / Qui est le plus fort? / La fourmi / La froumi (story) - Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon
16:46 - "Le vieux mari" (song) - Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon
17:50 - "Le lendemain matin" (song) - Léonore Catalon
19:15 - "Par un samedi au soir" / "Par un samedi soir" ("Par un samedi z au soir") (song) - Léonore Catalon and Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon
21:16 - "Le tablier blanc" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
23:35 - "Vers l'arrivée de France" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
26:38 - Minette et ses roulettes (story) - Madame Albert Doucette / Madame Albert Doucet
27:26 - "Dedans ces bois où tout c'est agréable" (song) - Madame Albert Doucette / Madame Albert Doucet
31:52 - "C'est le refrain de ma chanson" (song) - Hubert Landry, Madame Hubert Landry

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Creoles; Ballads; Rhymes; Folk tales;
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Sunday, June 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
34:15
Cataloged Date: 
Monday, May 13, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Friday, May 3, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Peggy Ruth Melanson, Lucille Saltzman, Joe Saltzman et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-004

Side A

00:00 - Petit Jean et la vieille femme ("Tit Jean et la vieille femme") (story) - Peggy Ruth Melanson
05:54 - Petit Jean et les robes mystérieuses ("Tit Jean et les robes mystérieuses") (story) - Lucille Saltzman
13:38 - Barbe bleue (story) - Lucille Saltzman
19:54 - Le conte du revenant (story) - Joe Saltzman
21:11 - Le Mardi Gras (story) - Joe Saltzman
21:34 - La mort de l'homme méchant (story) - Lucille Saltzman
22:43 - "Shoo-Fly" (song) - Madame Gaston Hébert
23:40 - Le petit capuchon rouge (story) - Madame Gaston Hébert
27:30 - Petit Jean et le géant (story) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
29:24 - "Le matin quand je me lève" (song) - Edgar Boudreaux
30:08 - "Je suis parti dans le Texas" ("J'suis parti dans l'Texas") (song) - Edgar Boudreaux
30:35 - "L'autre côté du village" / "Cher Willie" (song) - Edgar Boudreaux

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Tuesday, December 1, 1953
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
31:20
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Friday, May 3, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Laurent Salomon, Lucille Saltzman, Madame Courtney Labauve et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-005

Side B

00:00 - "C'est la noce à Joséphine" / "La noce à Joséphine" (song) - Laurent Salomon
01:24 - Cendrillon / Cendrillone (story) - Lucille Saltzman
10:10 - La mère à Petit Jean va au village / "Tit Jean" (story) - Lucille Saltzman
11:16 - La chasse (story) - Madame Courtney Labauve
12:23 - "Je veux me marier" (song) - Madame Courtney Labauve
13:46 - "Morel" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
14:33 - "Le mariage de la caille et la perdrix" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
16:56 - "Le premier jour de mai" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
20:04 - "Il y en a qui dit l'amour est un plaisir" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
21:50 - "Gabriel c'était mon parrain" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
22:19 - "Shoo-fly" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
23:15 - Le petit garçon qui jurait ("Le p'tit garçon qui jurait") (story) - Kenneth Nunez
25:51 - Mayni Mayno (tongue twister) - Izrik Campbell
26:17 - L'homme qui a été en Ville (story) - Kenneth Nunez
27:44 - La femme et son Cadillac (story) - Kenneth Nunez
29:03 - Un homme qui avait pas de fusil ("Un homme qu'avait pas d'fusil") (story) - Kenneth Nunez
30:01 - Minette (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
30:50 - J'avais un petit bonnet (story/tongue twister)
31:25 - "Hier au soir" (song) - Peggy Ruth Melanson
31:48 - "Jacques Mirot" (song) - Edgar Boudreaux
32:24 - Minette (story) - Edgar Boudreaux

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads; Rhymes
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Thursday, December 24, 1953
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
33:29
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Friday, May 3, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Barosse Hébert, Laurent Salomon, Madame Galbert Guidry et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-006

Side A

00:00 - Le café (story) - Barosse Hébert
02:40 - Le mulet à 4 ans (story) - Barosse Hébert
03:31 - Le bœuf (story) - Barosse Hébert
06:38 - Le chat (story) - Barosse Hébert
09:01 - Bouki et Lapin et la récolte de pistaches (story) - Laurent Salomon
17:30 - "Dedans Paris" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
21:05 - "Prospère" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry (and Madame Trahan?)

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Saturday, August 1, 1953
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
28:11
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Monday, May 6, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Edgar Boudreaux, Lucille Saltzman, Barosse Hébert et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-007

Side B

00:00 - "L'autre côté du village" / "Cher Willie" (song) - Edgar Boudreaux
01:44 - Petit Jean et la diablesse ("Tit Jean et la djablesse") (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
08:26 - "Les Métamorphoses" (song) - Edgar Boudreaux
10:42 - Roclore (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
17:19 - Petit Jean et l'arbre et le puits du roi ("Tit Jean et l'arbre et le puits du roi") (story) - Lucille Saltzman
24:17 - "Il y avait une boiteuse" ("Y avait une boiteuse") (song) - Lucille Saltzman
28:00 - Aussi smart (tongue twister) - Lucille Saltzman
28:28 - La Louisiane (story) - Barosse Hébert
30:44 - Le beurre (story) Barosse Hébert

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Tuesday, December 1, 1953
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
31:40
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Monday, May 6, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Laurent Salomon, Célestine Morton, Prestin-Joseph Primeaux et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-008

Side A

00:00 - La fille du diable ("La fille du djab'e") (story) - Laurent Salomon
08:44 - "Pin Pan" / "Dédé LaCart" / "Dédé Lacas" (nursery rhyme) - Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon
09:05 - "C'est la noce à Joséphine" / "La noce à Joséphine" (song) - Laurent Salomon
09:53 - "La vieille femme amoureuse" (song) - Célestine Morton
10:31 - Petit Jean et ses trois chiens ("Tit Jean et ses trois chiens") / Enepho, Ataman, Ketchum (story) - Prestin-Joseph Primeaux
17:25 - Petit Jean sur sa terre ("Tit Jean su' sa terre") (story) - Prestin-Joseph Primeaux
18:18 - "Les bois verts" (song) - Galbert Guidry and Madame Galbert Guidry
18:53 - Le petit poisson à Marguerite ("Le tsit poisson à Ma'g'rite") (story) - Laurent Salomon
27:00 - Bouki et Lapin et Compère Chien et Compère Chat (story) - Célestine Morton
29:26 - La tortue et Lapin ("La tortsue et Lapin") (story) - Laurent Salomon

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads; Rhymes
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Friday, August 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
30:44
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Monday, May 6, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Madame Abner Hébert, Madame Albert Marceaux, Madame Galbert Guidry et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-009

Side B

00:00 - "Rossignolet sauvage" (song) - Madame Abner Hébert and Madame Albert Marceaux
04:00 - "Petit papillon volage" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
06:10 - "J'aime Jean" (song) - Pierre Meaux
09:40 - "Hélas, mon père, parent, héritier" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
10:30 - "Dieu Laurent" (song) - Léo Meaux and Madame Galbert Guidry
13:57 - "La chanson du déserteur" (song) - Pierre Meaux
16:13 - "Les deux maris" / "Le premier jour de mes noces" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
20:19 - "Aimable amie" (song) - Galbert Guidry
23:34 - "Mon bon vieux mari" / "Le vieux soulard et sa femme" ("Et y où ce que tu es parti mon bon vieux mari") (song) - Galbert Guidry and Madame Galbert Guidry
25:16 - Bouki et Lapin et les filles (story) - Célestine Morton
27:46 - Être broke (story) - Barosse Hébert

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Sunday, June 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
30:17
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Monday, May 6, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Laurent Salomon, Madame Nicholas Benoît, Lucille Salzman et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-010

Side A

00:00 - Bouki et Lapin et la récolte (story) - Laurent Salomon
03:43 - Compère Lapin et Compère Tigre ("Compère Lapin et Compere Tsig'") (story) - Laurent Salomon
11:45 - Bouki et Lapin et le puits (story) - Madame Nicholas Benoît
14:18 - "Chère chérie" (song) - Lucille Salzman
15:19 - "La cravate" (song) - Lucille Salzman
17:21 - "Oh, c'est le vingt du mois" (song) - Elmera Hebert
19:45 - "Adieu bel ange" (song) - Elmera Hebert
21:36 - Le diable et la fille de la vieille femme ("Le djab'e et la fille d'la vieille femme") (story) - Laurent Salomon
27:10 - Bouki et Lapin et la récolte de pistaches ("Bouki et Lapin et la récol'e d'pistaches") (story) - Laurent Salomon

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Friday, August 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
33:33
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Friday, May 10, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Laurent Salomon and Célestine Morton

Accession No.: 
BR1-011

00:00 - La tortue et lapin ("La tortsue et lapin") (story) - Laurent Salomon
05:00 - "Marie trempe ton pain" (song) - Célestine Morton
06:45 - "Si l'amour prendrait racine" (song) - Célestine Morton
07:45 - La fille du vieux diable ("La fille du vieux djab'e") (story) - Laurent Salomon
30:35 - "Je veux tuer ma fille" (song) - Célestine Morton
31:30 - Bouki et Lapin et le puits ("Bouki et Lapin et l'puits") (story) - Célestine Morton

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads
Creator: 
Eliabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Sunday, June 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
33:01
Cataloged Date: 
Monday, May 20, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Friday, May 10, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Laurent Salomon, Galbert Guidry, Madame Galbert Guidry et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-012

00:00 - Bouki et Lapin et la récolte de pistaches ("Bouki et Lapin et la récol'e d'pistaches") (story) - Laurent Salomon
03:59 - "Les bois verts" (song) - Galbert Guidry and Madame Galbert Guidry
09:44 - "La délaissée" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
12:28 - "Le matin quand je me lève" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
14:47 - "Dans ces prés, dans ces bois" (song) - Elmera Hebert
17:30 - "Bonjour Madame l'Autel" (song) - Alto Vincent
18:41 - "Belle Rosine" (song) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
20:50 - "Je m'ai fait un petit beau" ("J'm'ai fait z un petit beau") (song) - Avid Mire
23:25 - "L'enchanteresse" (song) - Avid Mire
25:52 - "Le matin quand je me lève" (song) - Avid Mire
26:48 - "Mon père m'a mis à l'école" (song) - Avid Mire
29:04 - Le nain et le géant (story) - Dionnet Schexnyder

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Tuesday, June 1, 1954
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
31:01
Cataloged Date: 
Monday, May 20, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Friday, May 10, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Dionnet Schexnyder, Madame Courtney LaBauve, Essé Leblanc et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-013

00:00 - Le Devineur (story) - Dionnet Schexnyder
03:48 - "T'es petite, t'es mignonne" (song) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
04:20 - Deux hommes et l'ourse (story) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
05:05 - "Papier d'épingues" / "Paquet d'épingles" (song) - Essé Leblanc
06:49 - "Je prends ma vieille selle" (song) - Essé Leblanc
07:32 - faith healing / traitement / traiteurs / jambe de lait / thrombophlebitis / blood clots / varicose veins / Jean Mouton / Madame Steiner (anecdote) - Edgar Boudreaux
09:40 - Cherokees / Chéroquis / Cherokee roses / Wild Irish rose bush / Chickasaw rose bush (anecdote)
10:54 - Un homme et trois imbéciles (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
14:20 - Le mouton dans la savane (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
14:46 - La serrure (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
15:44 - Le vieux nègre qu'était paré à mourir ("Le vieux nègue qu'était paré à mourir") (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
16:31 - Le garçon qui a demandé la fille en mariage (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
19:08 - La douzaine de crabes (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
20:16 - Jean le Fort (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
20:28 - L'homme dans la malle (story) -Edgar Boudreaux
22:53 - L'homme dans le baril (story) -Edgar Boudreaux
24:54 - "J'étais chercher Métaud" (song) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
27:11 - Gris-Gris (story) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
29:05 - Couche couche (recipe)

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Tuesday, June 1, 1954
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
33:25
Cataloged Date: 
Monday, May 20, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Friday, May 10, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Interview with Henry Saltzman, part 1

Accession No.: 
BR1-014

Side A

00:00 - les hacks, les habitations, charrettes, la récolte, la volaille, les serpents congo
-Kaplan, Lichtenstein, Groundhog's Day, la Chandeleur, les crêpes, Saint-Joseph, le Carême

05:00 - les feux follets
09:34 - Un revenant à la télévision (story) - Henry Saltzman
11:00 - Une maison hantée (story) - Henry Saltzman
12:00 - Isle Nègre ("Isle Nègue") (story) - Henry Saltzman
13:35 - Trésor caché (story) - Henry Saltzman
15:50 - Le trésor de Lafitte au Lac Blanc (story) - Henry Saltzman
18:06 - Jean Lafitte (story) -Henry Saltzman
22:18 - rougarou / lougarou / loup-garou
23:40 - Un conte pour un revenant (story) - Henry Saltzman
28:00 - les revenants, le trésor enterré
29:51 - conjo / condjo / conja / condja / coundja, les gris-gris
31:00 - Conjo (story) - Henry Saltzman

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Friday, October 1, 1954
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
32:03
Cataloged Date: 
Monday, May 20, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Friday, May 10, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Interview with Henry Saltzman, part 2

Accession No.: 
BR1-015

Side B

00:00 - conjo / condjo / conja / condja / coundja, luck piece, gris-gris
03:50 - Un conjo (story) - Henry Saltzman
06:20 - trésor caché, Mr. Girouard
09:00 - fortune tellers, Dr. Broussard
10:15 - Saltzman raconte une histoire d'un jeune homme qui est amoureux d'une femme mariée, qui achète un conjo
11:30 - Brandon raconte une histoire d'une jeune fille qui a mis un conjo dans l'armoire de son père
12:00 - Brandon raconte une histoire d'une femme qui envoie à son ex-fiancé une effigie avec une épingle dans le cœur
13:20 - traitements, traiteurs, mal de poignet, l'Afrique
15:38 - traitements pour les bébés, pièces de monnaie, dents de cocodril, jaunisse, l'herbe à malo, les marrons, les bénédictions, l'Église catholique
18:40 - endoyer / ondoyer un enfant (emergency baptism)
20:44 - la chasse aux lapins, les chiens de chasse
23:40 - bow and arrow hunting
25:00 - la chasse aux cocodrils, le casse-tête, écorcher un cocodril, Lac Blanc, taxidermy
31:45 - la chasse aux ouaouarons / wawarons
32:35 - les informations sur la soutenance de thèse d'Elizabeth Brandon

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Friday, October 1, 1954
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
34:09
Cataloged Date: 
Monday, May 20, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Friday, May 10, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs by Amy Dean Meaux, Caesar Vincent, Lula Landry et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-016

Side A

00:00 - "Là-bas de chez mon père" / "L'oranger" (song)
01:58 - "La cravate" (song) - Madame Morvant
04:00 - "Jean Gringalet" (song)
05:47 - "Billy Boy" / "Ayoù vas-tu, charmant Billy" (Et où vas-tu, charmant Billy) (song)
07:51 - Unknown / "Un matin" (song)
09:04 - Unknown / "Pour aller voir ma belle" / "La cravate à zigue-zague" (song)
09:43 - "La noce à Josephine" (song)
12:50 - "Mon père c'était jardinier" (song) - Caesar Vincent
14:17 - "Fais do do mon bébé" (song) - Caesar Vincent
15:18 - "Bonjour Madame l'Autel" (song)
16:17 - "La cravate" (song) - Caesar Vincent
18:33 - "Mon adoré" (song) - Lula Landry
20:15 - "Je m'ai fait un petit beau" ("J'm'ai fait z un petit beau") (song)
21:35 - "Je m'en irai voir mon aimable brune" / "Si l'amour prendrait racine" / "Mon aimable brune" (song)
23:57 - "Mon bon vieux mari" / "Le vieux soulard et sa femme" ("Et y où ce que tu es parti mon bon vieux mari") (song)
25:30 - "O dis moi, donc mon aimable catin" (song)
27:10 - "L'oranger" / "Là-bas de chez mon père" (song)
29:18 - "La petite poule noire" (song) - Amy Dean Meaux (?)
30:09 - Unknown / "Mon chapeau" (song) - Amy Dean Meaux (?)

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Ballads
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
31:21
Cataloged Date: 
Monday, May 20, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Friday, May 10, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs by Ernest Belanger, Lula Landry et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-017

Side B

00:00 - "Dévinez quoi ce qu'il y a" / "Dévinez ce qu'il y a" (song)
01:09 - "Je m'ai fait un nouveau beau" (song)
03:11 - "J'étais chercher Métaud" (song)
05:27 - "J'ai passé dessous le pommier" (song)
06:37 - "Je l'aime et je l'adore" (song)
08:38 - Unknown / "La première est le soleil, la deuxième est la pluie, la troisième est la fleur qui fleurit dans la prairie" (song)
09:32 - "La petite poule noire" (song)
10:20 - "Au pont de Nantes" / "Au pont de L'Anse" (song)
14:35 - "Ne pleure pas vièrge de France" (song) - Ernest Belanger
17:20 - "Adieu la fleur de ma jeunesse" (song) - Lula Landry

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Ballads
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
20:02
Cataloged Date: 
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Friday, May 10, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Christmas Recital - Abbeville High School

Accession No.: 
BR1-018

00:00 - Louise Collet, marionnettes, pièce de théâtre, Abbeville High School, Noël / Christmas / Chrismisse / Chrismusse / Chrismeusse, Père Noël
02:08 - "Ah ! vous dirai-je, maman" (song) - "Vixen, la renne fidèle de Père Noël," Abbeville 6th grade
03:17 - "Il était un petit navire" (song) - "Marie la Petite Canadienne," Abbeville 6th grade
04:34 - "Il était un petit navire" (song) - "Marie la Petite Canadienne" and "Vixen, la renne fidèle de Père Noël," Abbeville 6th grade
05:35 - "La bonne aventure" / "Je suis un petit poupon" - "Marie la Petite Canadienne," Abbeville 6th grade
06:23 - "La bonne aventure" / "Je suis un petit poupon" - "Marie la Petite Canadienne" and "Vixen, la renne fidèle de Père Noël," Abbeville 6th grade
07:09 - "La bonne aventure" / "Je suis un petit poupon" - "Marie la Petite Canadienne," "Vixen la renne fidèle de Père Noël" and "Harry l'âne paresseux," Abbeville 6th grade
07:56 - "Sur le pont d'Avignon" - "Marie la Petite Canadienne," "Vixen la renne fidèle de Père Noël" and "Harry l'âne paresseux," Abbeville 6th grade
08:36 - "Malbrough s'en va-t-en guerre" - "Marie la Petite Canadienne," "Vixen la renne fidèle de Père Noël" and "Harry l'âne paresseux," Abbeville 6th grade
10:35 - "Un oiseau moqueur" (poem) - Lydia LaBauve
15:54 - "Belle Rosine" (song) - Abbeville 1st grade
17:20 - "J'ai perdu le dos de ma clarinette" (song) - Abbeville 1st grade
19:18 - "J'ai passé dessous le pommier" ("J'ai passé dessous l'pommier") (song) - Abbeville 1st grade
20:35 - "Barbapoux" (song) - Abbeville 1st grade
22:57 - Pete Seeger songs

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; French traditional songs; children's songs
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
31:19
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96 kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Galbert Guidry, Madame Galbert Guidry, Elmera Hebert et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-019

00:00 - "Les bois verts" (song) - Galbert Guidry and Madame Galbert Guidry
03:07 - "La délaissée" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
05:47 - "Le matin quand je me lève" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
08:19 - "Dans ces prés, dans ces bois" (song) - Elmera Hebert

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Ballads; partial copy of BR1-012
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Tuesday, June 1, 1954
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermillion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
11:07
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96k
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Madame Abner Hébert, Madame Albert Marceaux, Madame Galbert Guidry et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-020

00:00 - "Rossignolet sauvage" (song) - Madame Abner Hébert and Madame Albert Marceaux
04:57 - "Petit papillon volage" ("Petit papilion volage") (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
07:31 - "J'aime Jean" (song) - Pierre Meaux
11:06 - Le vieux bon homme qui avait 8 garçons (story) - Léo Meaux
11:37 - "Hélas, mon père, parent, héritier" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
12:29 - "Dieu Laurent" ("Djieu Laurent") (song) - Léo Meaux and Madame Galbert Guidry
15:57 - "La chanson du déserteur" (song) - Pierre Meaux
18:13 - "Les deux maris" / "Le premier jour de mes noces" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
22:20 - "Aimable amie" (song) - Galbert Guidry
25:35 - "Mon bon vieux mari" / "Le vieux soulard et sa femme" ("Et y où ce que tu es parti mon bon vieux mari") (song) - Galbert Guidry and Madame Galbert Guidry
28:38 - La Louisiane (story) - Barosse Hébert
30:50 - Le beurre (story) - Barosse Hébert
31:48 - Le café (story) - Barosse Hébert
34:20 - Le mulet à 4 ans (story) - Barosse Hébert
35:10 - Le bœuf (story) - Barosse Hébert
38:23 - Le chat (story) - Barosse Hébert
40:45 - Bouki et Lapin et la récolte de pistaches (story) - Laurent Salomon
49:13 - "Dedans Paris" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
52:48 - "Prospère" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry (and Madame Trahan?)
59:53 - "Rossignolet sauvage" (song) - Madame Abner Hébert and Madame Albert Marceaux

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads; overlap with BR1-009 and BR1-006
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Sunday, June 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
1:00:29
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Monday, November 10, 2014
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96 kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Alto Vincent, Madame Courtney LaBauve, Avid Mire et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-021

00:00 - "Bonjour Madame l'Autel" (song) - Alto Vincent
01:18 - "Belle Rosine" (song) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
03:30 - "Je m'ai fait un petit beau" ("J'm'ai fait z un petit beau") (song) - Avid Mire
06:08 - "L'enchanteresse" (song) - Avid Mire
08:37 - "Le matin quand je me lève" (song) - Avid Mire
09:33 - "Mon père m'a mis à l'école" (song) - Avid Mire
11:52 - Le nain et le géant (story) - Dionnet Schexnyder
13:42 - Le Devineur (story) - Dionnet Schexnyder
17:29 - "T'es petite, t'es mignonne" (song) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
18:01 - Deux hommes et l'ourse (story) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
18:47 - "Papier d'épingues" / "Paquet d'épingles" (song) - Essé Leblanc
20:34 - "Je prends ma vieille selle" (song) Essé Leblanc
21:18 - faith healing / traitement / traiteurs / jambe de lait / thrombophlebitis / blood clots / varicose veins / Jean Mouton / Madame Steiner (anecdote) - Edgar Boudreaux
23:28 - Cherokees / Chéroquis / Cherokee roses / Wild Irish rose bush / Chickasaw rose bush (anecdote)
24:42 - Un homme et trois imbéciles (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
28:09 - Le mouton dans la savane (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
28:33 - La serrure (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
29:34 - Le vieux nègre qu'était paré à mourir ("Le vieux nègue qu'était paré à mourir") (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
30:23 - Le garçon qui a demandé la fille en mariage (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
33:52 - La douzaine de crabes (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
35:00 - Jean le Fort (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
36:11 - L'homme dans la malle (story) -Edgar Boudreaux
37:37 - L'homme dans le baril (story) -Edgar Boudreaux
39:49 - Unknown Jewish folk song (song) - Samuel Kaplan
40:45 - Unknown Jewish song (song) - Samuel Kaplan
41:59 - Unknown Jewish song (song) - Samuel Kaplan and daughter
44:20 - "Skip to my lou" (song) - Anne Brandon
45:51 - "Itsy Bitsy Spider" (song) - Anne Brandon
46:30 - There was a little turtle in the box / The turtle is living in a box (song) - Anne Brandon
47:08 - "Frère Jacques" (song) - Anne Brandon
47:31 - "Peter Peter Penguin" (song) - Anne Brandon
48:04 - "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" (song) - Elizabeth Brandon and Anne Brandon
48:55 - "Ziga Zaga" (song) - Elizabeth Brandon and Anne Brandon

Language: 
English
French
Other
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads; Rhymes, Jewish folk songs, children's songs; faith healing; overlap with BR1-012 and BR1-013
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Tuesday, June 1, 1954
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
49:37
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Monday, November 10, 2014
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96 kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Inez Catalon, Laurent Salomon, Célestine Morton et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-022

00:00 - "Vers l'arrivée de France" (song) - Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon
01:15 - La fille du diable ("La fille du djab'e") (story) - Laurent Salomon
01:44 - "Je veux tuer ma fille" (song) - Célestine Morton
02:39 - "Shoo-fly" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
03:18 - "Shoo-fly" (song) - Madame Gaston Hébert
04:18 - "Je m'ai fait un petit beau" ("J'm'ai fait z un petit beau") (song) - Avid Mire
05:26 - "Papier d'épingues" / "Paquet d'épingles" (song) - Essé Leblanc
07:08 - "J'ai passé dessous le pommier" ("J'ai passé dessous l'pommier") (song) -Madame Courtney LaBauve
08:08 - "Chanson du soldat" (song) - Madame Freddie Trahan
09:05 - "La passion de Notre Seigneur Jésus Christ" (song) - Laurent Salomon
10:28 - "Revenez donc pécheurs" (song) - Laurent Salomon
11:38 - "Je m'en irai voir mon aimable brune" / "Mon aimable brune" (song) - Selena "Lena" Guidry
13:05 - "La cravate" (song)
14:15 - "J'ai passé devant ta porte" (song) - Madame Joe Falcon
15:15 - "Allons à Lafayette" (song) - Joe Falcon
16:00 - "La valse qui m'a porté à ma fosse" ("La valse qui m'a porter à ma fosse") (song) - Joe Falcon
17:11 - "La cravate" (song) - Madame Morvant
18:05 - "Billy Boy" / "Ayoù vas-tu, charmant Billy" (Et où vas-tu, charmant Billy) (song)
18:46 - "Le matin quand je me lève" (song) - Avid Mire
19:45 - "Vers l'arrivée de France" (song) - Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads; overlap with BR1-011 and BR1-001
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Monday, September 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
20:40
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96 kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Hubert Landry, Madame Hubert Landry, Edé Adams et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-023

00:00:00 - "C'est le refrain de ma chanson" (song) - Hubert Landry, Madame Hubert Landry
00:02:28 - Grigalin, mon petit cheval (story) - Edé Adams
00:03:22 - Histoire de la réligieuse / Qui est le plus fort? / La fourmi / La froumi (story) - Edé Adams
00:05:45 - "Embarque, embarque" (song) - Fannie Lee Morceaux
00:08:50 - "M'amiliée, venez avec moi" (song) - Fannie Lee Morceaux
00:11:00 - "Prospère" (song) - Fannie Lee Morceaux
00:16:36 - Le bol de lait (story) - Madame Galbert Guidry (?) / Madame Pete Guidry (?)
00:20:20 - Petit Jean sans peur ("Tit Jean sans peur") (story) - Edias Adam
00:23:20 - Petit Jean et le grand géant ("Tit Jean et le grand géant") (story) - Doles Saltzman
00:24:50 - "Je suis parti" (song) - Barosse Hébert
00:27:40 - "Chanson du matelot" (song) - Fannie Lee Morceaux
00:32:45 - "Je suis un homme d'une grande famille" (song) - Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon
00:34:10 - "Aux pas, aux pas soldats" (song) - Leonore Catalan
00:35:20 - Le mulet de 4 ans (story) - Barosse Hébert
00:36:15 - "Mon père, c'était jardinier" (song) - Barosse Hébert
00:37:05 - "La petite poule noire" (song) - Barosse Hébert
00:38:15 - "J'ai passé vers une cour" (song) - Barosse Hébert
00:39:25 - "Biron / Toby Lapierre" (song) - Barosse Hébert
00:40:30 - "L'oranger" / "Là-bas de chez mon père" (song) - Barosse Hébert
00:42:00 - "Buvons, buvons" (song) - Barosse Hébert
00:43:45 - Jacques Guillotte (song) - Barosse Hébert
00:45:50 - L'histoire de la religieuse / Qui est le plus fort? / La fourmi / La froumi (story) - Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon
00:49:57 - "Le vieux mari" (song) - Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon
00:51:00 - "Le lendemain matin" (song) - Léonore Catalon
00:52:22 - "Par un samedi au soir" / "Par un samedi soir" (song) - Léonore Catalon and Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon
00:54:30 - "Le tablier blanc" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
00:56:40 - "Vers l'arrivée de France" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
00:59:35 - Minette et ses roulettes (story) - Madame Albert Doucet / Madame Albert Doucette
01:00:25 - "Dedans ces bois où tout c'est agréable" (song) - Madame Albert Doucette / Madame Albert Doucet

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Sunday, June 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, LA
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All Rights Reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
01:05:03
Cataloged Date: 
Monday, May 13, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Monday, November 10, 2014
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96 kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Laurent Salomon, Lucille Saltzman, Madame Courtney Labauve et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-024

00:00:00 - "C'est la noce à Joséphine" / "La noce à Joséphine" (song) - Laurent Salomon
00:01:30 - Cendrillon / Cendrillone (story) - Lucille Saltzman
00:10:13 - La mère à Petit Jean va au village / "Tit Jean" (story) - Lucille Saltzman
00:11:18 - La chasse des aux gros bec (story) - Monsieur Broussard
00:12:04 - La chasse (story) - Madame Courtney Labauve
00:13:06 - "Je veux me marier" (song) - Madame Courtney Labauve
00:14:29 - "Morel" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
00:15:15 - "Le mariage de la caille et la perdrix" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
00:17:38 - "Le premier jour de mai" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
00:20:47 - "Il y a qui dit l'amour est un plaisir" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
00:22:31 - "Gabriel c'était mon parrain" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
00:23:00 - "Shoo-fly" (song) - Madame Henry Racca
00:23:55 - Le petit garçon qui jurait ("Le p'tit garçon qui jurait") (story) - Kenneth Nunez
00:26:30 - Mayni Mayno (tongue twister) - Izrik Campbell
00:26:55 - L'homme qui a été en Ville (story) - Kenneth Nunez
00:28:20 - La femme et son Cadillac (story) - Kenneth Nunez
00:29:40 - Un homme qui avait pas de fusil ("Un homme qu'avait pas d'fusil") (story) - Kenneth Nunez
00:30:37 - Minette (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
00:31:27 - J'avais un petit bonnet (story/tongue twister) - Madame Freeman
00:31:55 - "Hier au soir" (song) - Peggy Ruth Melanson
00:32:15 - "Jacques Mirot" (song) - Edgar Boudreaux
00:33:15 - Minette (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
00:34:44 - Petit Jean et la Vieille Femme ("Tit Jean et la Vieille Femme") - (story) Peggy Ruth Melanson
00:40:42 - Petit Jean et la Vieille Femme ("Tit Jean et la Vieille Femme") - (story) Peggy Ruth Melanson
00:46:25 - Petit Jean et les robes mystérieuses ("Tit Jean et les robes mystérieuses") (story) - Lucille Saltzman
00:54:01 - Barbe bleue (story) - Lucille Saltzman
01:00:18 - Le conte du revenant (story) - Joe Saltzman
01:01:34 - Le Mardi Gras (story) - Joe Saltzman
01:01:55 - La mort de l'homme méchant (story) - Lucille Saltzman
01:03:05 - "Shoo-Fly" (song) - Madame Gaston Hébert

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads; overlap with BR1-005 and BR1-004
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Sunday, June 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
1:04:18
Cataloged Date: 
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Monday, November 10, 2014
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96 kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs by Essé Leblanc, Madame Gaston Hébert, Joe Falcon et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-025

00:00 - "Papier d'épingues" / "Paquet d'épingles" (song) - Essé Leblanc
00:39 - "Billy Boy" / "Ayoù vas-tu, charmant Billy" (Et où vas-tu, charmant Billy) (song)
01:19 - "Shoo-Fly" (song) - Madame Gaston Hébert
02:19 - "J'ai passé devant ta porte" (song) - Madame Joe Falcon
03:06 - "Allons à Lafayette" (song) - Joe Falcon
03:50 - "La valse qui m'a porté à ma fosse" ("La valse qui m'a porter à ma fosse") (song) - Joe Falcon
04:28 - "Je m'ai fait un petit beau" ("J'm'ai fait z un petit beau") (song) - Avid Mire
05:11 - "Je m'en irai voir mon aimable brune" / "Mon aimable brune" (song) - Selena "Lena" Guidry
06:01 - "Le matin quand je me lève" (song) - Avid Mire
07:02 - "Vers l'arrivée de France" (song) - Inez Catalon / Enes Catalon
07:58 - "Chanson du soldat" (song) - Madame Freddie Trahan
08:58 - "J'ai passé dessous le pommier" ("J'ai passé dessous l'pommier") (song) -Madame Courtney LaBauve
09:35 - "La cravate" (song) - Madame Morvant
10:22 - "La passion de Notre Seigneur Jésus Christ" (song) - Laurent Salomon
11:44 - "Revenez donc pécheurs" (song) - Laurent Salomon

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folk music; Ballads; overlap with BR1-001 and BR1-022, etc.
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Monday, September 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
12:48
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96 kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs by Madame Gaston Hébert, Madame Courtney LaBauve, Edgar Boudreaux et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-026

00:00 - Le petit capuchon rouge (story) - Madame Gaston Hébert
03:33 - Petit Jean et le géant (story) - Madame Courtney LaBauve
05:17 - "Le matin quand je me lève" (song) - Edgar Boudreaux
06:02 - "Je suis parti dans le Texas" ("J'suis parti dans l'Texas") (song) - Edgar Boudreaux
06:29 - "L'autre côté du village" / "Cher Willie" (song) - Edgar Boudreaux
07:57 - Petit Jean et la diablesse ("Tit Jean et la diablesse") (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
14:40 - "Les Métamorphoses" (song) - Edgar Boudreaux
16:54 - Roclore (story) - Edgar Boudreaux
23:44 - Petit Jean et l'arbre et le puits du roi ("Tit Jean et l'arbre et le puits du roi") (story) - Lucille Saltzman
30:36 - "Frère Jacques" (song) - Anne Brandon
31:08 - "Il y avait une boiteuse" ("Y avait une boiteuse") (song) - Lucille Saltzman
34:45 - Aussi smart (tongue twister) - Lucille Saltzman
35:08 - "Pennies in his pocket" (song) - Anne Brandon
35:43 - "Peter Peter Penguin" (song) - Anne Brandon
36:11 - Anne Brandon talking, singing
38:00 - "Mary had a little lamb" (song) - Anne Brandon
38:50 - "There was a little turtle in the box" / "The turtle is living in a box" (song) - Anne Brandon
39:29 - Anne Brandon and Elizabeth Brandon talking
41:08 - "The elephant flies in the air" (song) - Anne Brandon

Language: 
English
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads; Rhymes; children's songs; overlap with BR1-004, BR1-007
Recording date: 
Tuesday, December 1, 1953
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
42:25
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96 kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3

Songs and folktales by Laurent Salomon, Célestine Morton, Madame Nicholas Benoît et al.

Accession No.: 
BR1-027

00:00:00 - La fille du vieux diable ("La fille du vieux djab'e") (story) - Laurent Salomon
00:04:26 - "Je veux tuer ma fille" (song) - Célestine Morton
00:05:25 - La fille du vieux diable ("La fille du vieux djab'e") (story) - Laurent Salomon
00:09:50 - Bouki et Lapin et le puits ("Bouki et Lapin et l'puits") (story) - Célestine Morton
00:11:09 - Bouki et Lapin et la récolte (story) - Laurent Salomon
00:14:43 - Compère Lapin et Compère Tigre ("Compère Lapin et Compère Tsig'") (story) - Laurent Salomon
00:22:43 - Le cheval à Monsieur Joe - Madame Nicholas Benoît
00:23:42 - Bouki et Lapin et le puits (story) - Madame Nicholas Benoît
00:26:04 - "Chère chérie" (song) - Lucille Salzman
00:27:08 - "La cravate" (song) - Lucille Salzman
00:29:09 - "Oh, c'est le vingt du mois" (song) - Elmera Hebert
00:31:31 - "Adieu bel ange" (song) - Elmera Hebert
00:33:18 - Le diable et la fille de la vieille femme ("Le djab'e et la fille d'la vieille femme") (story) - Laurent Salomon
00:39:05 - Bouki et Lapin et la récolte de pistaches ("Bouki et Lapin et la récol'e d'pistaches") (story) - Laurent Salomon
00:49:14 - "Les bois verts" (song) - Galbert Guidry and Madame Galbert Guidry
00:52:11 - "La belle Créole" (song) - Galbert Guidry and Madame Galbert Guidry
00:55:43 - "La délaissée" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
01:00:44 - "Le matin quand je me lève" (song) - Madame Galbert Guidry
01:03:13 - "Dedans ces bois où tout c'est agréable" (song) - Madame Albert Doucette / Madame Albert Doucet

Language: 
French
Media Type: 
Audio
Collection: 
Brandon
Subject: 
Louisiana; Cajuns; Folktales; Folk music; Ballads; overlap with BR1-010 and BR1-011, etc.
Creator: 
Elizabeth Brandon
Recording date: 
Sunday, June 1, 1952
Coverage Spatial: 
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
Publisher: 
Center for Louisiana Studies
Rights Usage: 
All rights reserved
Meta Information
Duration: 
1:06:02
Cataloged Date: 
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Digitized Date: 
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Original Format: 
Audio--Reel--5"
Digital Format: 
Audio
Bit Depth: 
24 bit
Sampling Rate: 
96 kHz
Storage Location: 
Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore - Cabinet 1, Shelf 3