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Hey guys it's me, Tracey Colson, bringing Creole news from my famous orange chair again!! Check out information about The Creole Book Project, Creole in Vegas and other upcoming things from the Creole Heritage Center! Please go to http://www.indiegogo.com/THE-Creole-Book to contribute to our book project and help us get this published!!! Creole in Vegas information https://www.facebook.com/groups/creoleinvegas/ Creole Heritage Center website www.nsula.edu/creole
John Poullard Two-Step Footage shot at the campus of Davis and Elkins college during the Augusta Heritage Center's Cajun/Creole week. A fond place for people to just sit, relax and jam, I found Danny Poullard sitting right outside the dorms playing accordion with his brother Eddie Poullard (guitar). Danny and Eddie's father was the Creole accordion player, John Poullard. Nancy Weston can be seen on the T'Fer and the late Eddie LeJeune is sitting to her left side. Danny passed away at the age of 63, and I was fortunate enough to have captured these few clips of him while I was attending the camp. Video by: Tim Kness (www.timkness.com)
Recorded on the Campus of Elkins College in Elkins WV, Creole Master Bois Sec Ardoin shares his accordion prowess with participants of Cajun/Creole Week at the Augusta Heritage Center. Bois Sec is joined by Charlie Terr on the T'fer (cajun triangle). Video by: Tim Kness (www.timkness.com)
Footage shot at the campus of Davis and Elkins college during the Augusta Heritage Center's Cajun/Creole week. A fond place for people to just sit, relax and jam, I found Danny Poullard sitting right outside the dorms playing accordion with his brother Eddie Poullard (guitar). Danny had a very distinct rocking style of playing that I found mesmerizing. Danny and Eddie's father was the Creole accordion player, John Poullard. Danny passed away at the age of 63, and I was fortunate enough to have captured these few clips of him while I was attending the camp. Video by: Tim Kness (www.timkness.com)
***Augusta Heritage Center: https://augustaheritagecenter.org*** Paul Daigle, Jesse Lege and friends play a dance at the Augusta Heritage Center's Cajun/Creole week on the campus of Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, WV. Also in the band: Braylin Daigle, fiddle; Charlie Terr, bass; Edward Poulard, drums. Dance sound by Ed Eakin. Video by Bill Dudley: www.billdudley.com. Paul Daigle plays with the band Cajun Gold. Contact him at 337-684-6789. Thanks to everyone who's commented on this video! Please check out my newer Cajun videos (with Paul and Jesse) on this channel and see more great new Augusta videos at youtube.com/augustaheritage.
A taste of the sights and sounds of a day at Augusta.
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Creole United performs a concert of creole music from southwest Louisiana. Speaker Biography: Creole United is a group representing three generations of Louisiana Creole music culture. The members consider themselves the keepers of the music culture of the Southwest Louisiana Creoles. This mix of musical styles originated among the French-speaking African Americans of the lower Mississippi, with influences of Cajun, African, and Spanish music. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=7052
http://www.coreybarksdale.com/media_kit/barksdale_media_kit.pdf http://www.coreybarksdale.com/media_kit/atlanta_artist_corey_barksdale_art_gallery.pdf http://www.coreybarksdale.com/Music/Blues/Blind%20Willie%20Johnson%20-%20It%27s%20Nobody%27s%20Fault%20But%20Mine.mp3 New Orleans (pronounced /nuːˈɔliənz, nuːˈɔlənz/ locally and often pronounced /nuːɔrˈliːnz/ in most other US dialects French: La Nouvelle-Orléans is a major United States port city and the largest city in Louisiana. New Orleans is the center of the Greater New Orleans metropolitan area, the largest metro area in the state. New Orleans is located in southeastern Louisiana, straddling the Mississippi River. It is coextensive with Orleans Parish, meaning that the boundaries of the city and the parish are the same. It is bounde...
The Language of Africa series highlights a number of languages spoken around the continent and explores the personal and cultural connections each language has for its speaker. These abbreviated clips are an excellent way of introducing the multiculturalism and linguistic diversity found throughout the continent and provide students with an opportunity to think about the way their use of a specific language(s) carries with it historical and cultural connotations as well. In this particular video, Professor Fallou Ngom provides an example of the Creole language. Creole is one of many languages spoken in Senegal, but examples of Creole can be found in numerous countries worldwide. For more information on the Creole language, please follow the link here: http://www.britannica.com/topic/creol...
Hey guys it's a plea for help from me!!! Check out our Indiegogo page at http://www.indiegogo.com/THE-Creole-Book and see what all the begging is about!! I have one month to raise $2800 to publish a book about the work of the Creole Heritage Center. Please donate and see this dream come to life! Any little bit helps :)
In Haiti, the failure of the school system is due to, among many other factors, the fact that the language of instruction is mostly French even though most Haitians, including most teachers, are fluent in Creole only. In this talk, MIT professor Michel DeGraff mines history and linguistics for lessons that may help improve education for all in Haiti.
A 360 short of Dickie Landry performing at the Center for Louisiana Studies and Sickbay benefit for the Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore at Dockside Studios. The benefit also featured Louis Michot, Ashley Michot, and Chad Faulk with Bryan Webre, as well as Noveller.
Creole Heritage Celebration 5: New Orleans Creole The 2007 Creole Heritage Celebration held at the Natchitoches Events Center in Natchitoches, LA. Also check out: Spoken: Colorism and the New Orleans Creole http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJwy8yJNKpA
A quick video overview of the types of archival material to high quality digital transfers that are done at the Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore. The Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore are a part of Center for Louisiana Studies at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. In addition to converting archival holdings, we also offer our services to the public at a very reasonable rate. http://louisianastudies.louisiana.edu/about-center/archives-research