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  Music of Louisiana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In southwestern Louisiana in the 1800s, the fiddle was the most popular Cajun instrument and the music still carried clear influences from the Poiteu region of France and the Scottish/Canadian influences of their earlier homeland.
In the late 1930s and 1940s, country music became the dominant influence on Cajun music, and bass and steel guitars were used.
At first the music was known by various names such as "hot music" "hot ragtime" and "ratty music"; the term "jazz" (early on often spelled "jass") did not become common until the 1910s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Music_of_Louisiana   (2848 words)

 Cajun music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cajun music, an emblematic music of Louisiana, is rooted in the ballads of the French-speaking Catholics of Canada.
Cajun music is often mentioned in tandem with the Creole-based, Cajun-influenced Zydeco form, both of Acadiana origin.
The music was essential for small get-togethers on the front porch, an all night house dance known as a "bal de maison", or a public dance in a dance hall called a fais do-dos.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cajun_music   (544 words)

 Music of Louisiana: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Swamp pop is a musical genre that was born in the honky tonks of southwestern louisiana....
Chris ardoin (born 1981 in louisiana) is a nouveau zydeco (a genre in the cajun tradition) accordionist....
The louisiana hayride, was a radio broadcast from the municipal auditorium in shreveport, louisiana, united states that during its heyday from 1948 to 1960...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/m/mu/music_of_louisiana.htm   (6010 words)

 Louisiana Marching Bands - Music Advocacy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Music performance students scored 53 points higher on the verbal and 39 points higher on the math.
Music appreciation students scored 61 points higher on the verbal and 42 points higher on the math.
Music training, specifically piano instruction, is far superior to computer instruction in dramatically enhancing children's abstract reasoning skills necessary for learning math and science.
www.louisianamarchingbands.com /wst_page2.html   (1101 words)

 Louisiana's Music
Music (Blues) in the Schools sponsored by The Advocate, VSA of Louisiana and The Baton Rouge Blues Foundation.
Ertis Music Co. (ASCAP) publishes such Louisiana songs as "Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler", the Cajun National Anthem and "My Darlin New Orleans," the tell tale story of The City of New Orleans.
Produced a radio program (The Louisiana Music Show), is developing a television show (Rhythm Nation) and non-exclusively represents a wide variety of Louisiana's best musical talent including: Deacon John Moore, Luther Kent and Raful Neal.
www.louisianasmusic.com   (357 words)

 Louisiana Music Cavalcade 2005 All Stars   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Louisiana Music Cavalcade is a program supervised by the Secretary of State's office to promote Louisiana culture and music by encouraging artists and generating interest in the state's music heritage.
The Louisiana Music Cavalcade is under the direction of former Delta Music Museum Hall of Fame inductee Al "Puddler" Harris and funded through the nonprofit Foundation for Louisiana Archives, Museums and Education (F.L.A.M.E.).
Tricia Landry is a third-year performer with the Louisiana Music Cavalcade who shocked audiences statewide in 2004 with her powerful vocals.
www.sos.louisiana.gov /museums/cavalcade/2005/cavalcade-index-2005.htm   (603 words)

 Cajun Music: Zydeco: Louisiana: Barry Jean Ancelet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Native Louisiana Creoles explain that the word comes from les haricots because of the expression, "Les haricots sont pas salés" [The beans aren’t salty], often heard in traditional songs.
The Cajun music of these younger musicians reflects their contemporary influences as the blending process at the heart of this tradition continues.
South to Louisiana: The Music of the Cajun Bayous.
ccet.louisiana.edu /99.0_Glossary/Cajun_Music_and_Zydeco.html   (1433 words)

 Gospel Music in Louisiana
The religious themes of gospel music resonate throughout Louisiana, among fls and whites alike, in both the predominately Protestant north and the predominately Catholic south.
One of the most striking manifestations of African-American gospel music in north Louisiana is Easter Rock - a ritual ceremony using traditional folk movement and folk music.
Instead of reading music by the placement of the notes on the staff, shape-note singers sound out the tune by reading the shapes of the notes.
www.louisianafolklife.org /LT/Articles_Essays/gospel_music_in_la.html   (571 words)

 Louisiana French Music: The Heart & Soul of Acadiana
Louisiana French music is a blend of many influences.
Their music was influenced by their new Spanish, German, African, Celtic, Native American, and Caribbean neighbors, who also made Louisiana their home.
Cajun music is distinctively American because America is one of the few places in the world where so many people of different heritages settled.
www.americaslibrary.gov /cgi-bin/page.cgi/es/la/music_1   (250 words)

 School of Music - University of Louisiana Lafayette
Andrea Kapell Loewy, flutist, holds a Bachelor of Music from Eastman School of Music, Master of Music from Emporia State University, and a Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Memphis.
Prior to her present job as Professor of Flute and Theory and Chairman of the Woodwind Area at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, she was Adjunct Flute Instructor at Rhodes College.
In 1993 she was awarded the University's "Distinguished Professor Award." She is Principal Flute of the Acadiana Symphony, and has played several concertos with the orchestra, including Mozart's Flute and Harp Concerto, Faure's Fantaisie, Zwillich's Concerto, and J.
music.louisiana.edu /faculty/aloewy.html   (189 words)

 Louisiana Radio Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
A CD purchase obviously puts some change into the pockets of the responsible parties, but there's another aspect that's usually overlooked: the distribution of recorded music in a very important way is a preservation of the music.
This latest release from one of the oldest bands playing French music in Louisiana is a fine collection of dance and folk songs from the Cajun, Creole, Zarico and Zydeco traditions that is sure to become a favorite.
The music was recorded live on location in Lawtell, La. during an informal gathering of the musicians at the residence of Mr.
www.louisianaradio.com   (843 words)

 Streaming Audio & Video Clips on Louisiana Traditional Culture
Music and Mardi Gras are at the heart of both Creole and Cajun rural culture in Louisiana.
The music performances feature an elaborate fiddle tune and also display the pulsing rhythms of a live performance at a Dance Hall.
The Laos musical tradition is almost completely oral, songs have been passed down from generation to generation.
www.louisianafolklife.org /Resources/main_prog_streaming_video.html   (1650 words)

 Southern Living: Louisiana's hidden music
Many come to hear Cajun music in its purest form from people who need music as much as air and water.
This is the land of the Acadians, a people displaced here from Nova Scotia in 1755, their culture virtually isolated until the 1930s.
Inside the modest green building that houses the Savoy Music Center, the wizened and the young are tightly gathered, wielding fiddle, accordion, and guitar.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3676/is_200310/ai_n9320108   (369 words)

 School of Music - University of Louisiana Lafayette
Susanna Garcia is the Coordinator of Keyboard at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where she teaches piano, piano pedagogy and lectures in the interdisciplinary humanities program.
Dr. Garcia holds the Masters and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and the Bachelor of Music from Texas AandM at Corpus Christi, Texas.
She is Associate Professor of Music at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, where she has taught since 1990.
music.louisiana.edu /faculty/sgarcia.html   (213 words)

 Sara Lynn Baird/Choral Conducting and Music Education/LSU
Sara Lynn Baird serves as Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Choral Music at Louisiana State University where she conducts Schola Cantorum, a mixed choir, and teaches graduate and undergraduate Choral Conducting and Literature.
Her choirs have performed at the Louisiana State Choral Director's Convention and are frequently invited to do guest performances around the state.
A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, Baird received the Bachelor of Music degree in Voice Performance, Magna cum laude, from Florida State University; the Master of Music degree in Voice Performance from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati; and the Ph.D. degree in Music Education from Florida State University.
www.music.lsu.edu /faculty/baird.html   (294 words)

Situated in the Deep South, Louisiana, the "Pelican State," has a colorful history and was named in honor of King Louis XIV.
A strong French influence is still evident throughout the state--its capital city is named Baton Rouge, French for "red stick," because the French-Canadian explorer Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville visited the area in 1699 and observed a red cypress post.
Today the city of New Orleans is known for its Mardi Gras and jazz festivals.
www.americaslibrary.gov /cgi-bin/page.cgi/es/la   (85 words)

 Louisiana Music Links of musicians, artists, studios
Singer songwriter and poet, Zachary Richard was born and raised in Southwest Louisiana.
His music is influenced by the styles typical of the region,Cajun, Zydeco and New Orleans rhythm and blues, but he has always gone beyond the limitations of any particular style, creating his own musical gumbo.
A Louisiana native, this swamp popper was born in Abbeville.
ucmmuseum.com /musiclinks.htm   (537 words)

 New Orleans Music, Jazz Blues Zydeco Cajun Music, Louisiana Music Factory
The Louisiana Music Factory, located in the New Orleans French Quarter, carries the widest selection of Louisiana and New Orleans Music on compact disc & vinyl records in the world.
The Louisiana Music Factory specializes in Louisiana and New Orleans music, and has a wide selection of hard to get titles, as well as a large collection of rare vinyl recordings.
Contact the experts at the Louisiana Music Factory.
www.louisianamusicfactory.com   (350 words)

 New Orleans Music News and Louisiana Music News at Satchmo.com
New Orleans Music News and Louisiana Music News at Satchmo.com
Satchmo.com - New Orleans Music News & Louisiana Music News
You can help the New Orleans music scene recover by making a donation to New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity, the New Orleans Musicians' Clinic and Tipitina's Foundation Artist Relief Fund.
www.satchmo.com /nolavl/nomusic.html   (114 words)

 New Orleans and Louisiana Music Links - www.satchmo.com
Louisiana Music Factory best place for New Orleans and Louisiana music, books, videos, posters and t-shirts; shop online or visit them in person at 210 Decatur Street (across from House of Blues) in the Quarter; be sure to check out their free weekly in-store concerts (every Saturday).
Louisiana Jukebox weekly TV series features musical performances (now available via webcast); their companion web site offers artist bio's, tips for musicians, and more.
Louisiana Division of the Arts state agency was created in 1977 to support established and emerging nonprofit arts institutions, to assist individual artists and to stimulate public participation in the arts.
www.satchmo.com /nolavl/links.html   (2119 words)

 Windows a bookshop--A Louisiana Independent featuring Classic & Contemporary Books & Music for Children & Adults - ...
Windows a bookshop is located in Monroe, Louisiana, in the northeastern part of the state.
Louisiana Hayride: Classic Rockabilly, various artists, $8.98 - One of a number of recordings we have of the world famous Louisiana Hayride.
Louisiana Country Soul, The Boogie Kings, $15.98 - This is classic Louisiana music at its best.
www.windowsabookshop.com /wst_page6.html   (958 words)

 Satchmo.com - a guide to new orleans music and louisiana music
Louisiana at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Louisiana musicians in the R&R Hall of Fame
"There is no, no, no, no place like New Orleans for music," insists trumpeter and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Dave Bartholomew, who helped craft the city's signature R&B sound as producer, writer and arranger for Fats Domino...
www.satchmo.com /index2.html   (176 words)

 Zyde.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This DVD hosts the music video for "Vodou Hoodoo Babalu," which is also covered seperately in the live portion of the disc.
Along with concert footage, this DVD affords viewers access to some additional goodies: the "canned" music video for "Vodou Hoodoo Babalu" is fairly well produced, and the disc includes some live interviews of Irvin and Bill, and footage of the bands tour live of Cuba and Trinidad.
Brown burst onto the national music scene in 1947 as an important innovator on the electric guitar.
hometown.aol.com /zydecom/page1.htm   (3292 words)

 Culture and Heritage: Music - The Louisiana Website Directory * New Orleans, Louisiana * Donate To Hurricane Katrina ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Musical metaphors seemed to have evolved intact from seventeenth century France to eighteenth century Canada, and were essential to my appreciation of the cultures and lifestyles of my ancestors.
The Cajun French Music Association is a non-profit organization comprised of Cajuns and non-Cajuns whose purpose is to promote and preserve, not only Cajun music, but also various aspects of the Acadian Heritage.
We are a state agency within the Louisiana Department of Economic Development, formed by LA R.S. 25-315 "to promote and develop popular commercial music and its related industries in Louisiana."
www.louisianacajun.com /subcategory.asp?id=chb   (253 words)

 Zyde.com - Internet Magazine for Louisiana Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Our friends at Valley Entertainment have begun promoting some Louisiana artists, and one of their first new releases is a newly released CD from John Boutté.
Sweet Dreams is in many ways a musical scrapbook, filled with snapshots of a man whose career has seen its share of ups and downs, and the wide range of his experiences and emotions are well documented on this recording.
The Mighty One is a "soul" singer in the original sense of the term, drawing from deep down to produce one of the most recognized and beloved voices on the blues scene today.
members.aol.com /zydecom/pg1JUL01.htm   (3104 words)

 Louisiana Music Links - Some Common some Uncommon
Local music club shuttle service is a safe and easy way to hit the best New Orleans music venues; cheaper than taking a taxi, and no parking problems to worry about!
Webcasting great Louisiana music from the greatest radio station in New Orleans, in fact, the greatest radio station in the world.
The Louisiana Music Factory, located in the New Orleans French Quarter.
www.ucmmuseum.com /musiclinks2.htm   (1096 words)

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