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Cape Breton Fiddle and Piano Music
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(Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2004), 1 hour 14 mins
The fiddle and piano reign in Cape Breton! When the Beatons play, the dancing feet of family, friends, and fans pound out the vibrant rhythms of reels, strathspeys, jigs and other favorites from this tradition-rich corner of Canada. 14 tracks. 74 minutes. 36-page booklet. 14 tracks 74 minutes 36 page bookle...
(Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2004), 1 hour 14 mins
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The Heart of Cape Breton
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(Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2002), 1 hour 11 mins
With a culture deeply influenced by 19th century Scottish emigration, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, is widely celebrated for its fiddle music. Profoundly rooted in old Scottish tradition, the music is increasingly moving to center stage in the contemporary Celtic revival, as seen in the popularity of Cape Breton fidd...
(Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2002), 1 hour 11 mins
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Masters of French Canadian Music, Vol.3
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produced by Carmelle Bégin (Folkways Records, 1980), 42 mins
On this volume, harmonica player Gabriel Labbé and pianist Philippe Bruneau present a variety of dance tunes. Labbé's ornamented style is similar to that of accordion player Alfred Montmarquette (featured on Volume Two), but his tempos and style reflect the state of French Canadian music and dance at the time o...
produced by Carmelle Bégin (Folkways Records, 1980), 42 mins
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Wolf song
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produced by Bruno Nettl, 1930-; in An Historical Album of Blackfoot Indian Music (Folkways Records, 1979), 2 mins
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produced by Michael Asch; in Anthology of North American Indian and Eskimo Music (Folkways Records, 1973), 2 mins
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Jigs and Reels, Vol.2
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produced by Verner Mikkelson, fl. 1961 (Folkways Records, 1960), 45 mins
produced by Verner Mikkelson, fl. 1961 (Folkways Records, 1960), 45 mins
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Folk Music from Nova Scotia
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produced by Helen Creighton, 1899-1989 (Folkways Records, 1956), 53 mins
produced by Helen Creighton, 1899-1989 (Folkways Records, 1956), 53 mins
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