Album · 1952 · 13 Songs. Songs of the Sea: Sung By Alan Mills. Christmas Songs from Many Lands.
Folk Songs of French Canada. 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1952 Folkways Records. Released on: 1952-01-01. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Two booklets of notes in English and French accompany the album (12 pages. All but the first five paragraphs are described as "This lecture-recital was given in July 1955 at the Sorbonnne in Pari. The disc labels include "Recorded in Canada by Sam Gesser. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All.
ALAN MILLS Folk Songs of French Canada 10" Vinyl Album Folkways USA FP-29 1952. ALAN MILLS: Folk Songs Of French Canada LP (10" disc, booklet included, stains.
He published a book, The Alan Mills Book of Folk Songs and Ballads, in 1949 Mills was signed to take part in tour of the United States in 1960, and that year performed at the Newport Folk Festival. Mills has also released several albums on Folkways Records of Canadian and French folk songs.
French Canadian music is music derived from that brought by the early French settlers to what is now Quebec and other areas throughout Canada, or any music performed by the French Canadian people. Since the arrival of French music in Canada, there has been much intermixing with the Celtic music of Anglo-Canada. French-Canadian folk music is generally performed to accompany dances such as the jig, jeux dansé, ronde, cotillion, and quadrille
|A1||À La Claire Fontaine|
|A2||Isabeau S'y Promène|
|A3||C'est La Belle Françoise|
|A4||Monsieur Le Curé|
|A5||Ah! Si Mon Moine Voulait Danser !|
|A6||Je Sais Bien Quelque Chose|
|A7||Mon Père Y M'a Marié|
|B2||Youpe! Youpe! Sur La Rivière!|
|B4||M'en Allant À La Chasse|
|B5||Un Canadien Errant|
|B6||Vive La Canadienne|
|FP 29||Alan Mills||Folk Songs Of French Canada (10", Album)||Folkways Records||FP 29||US||1952|