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TC1998-1074 -- Interview with Alberta Gagné

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Item Description

Title: TC1998-1074 -- Interview with Alberta Gagné

Interviewer

  • Pellerin, Martha

Interviewee

  • Gagné, Alberta

Source Document

Format: sound cassette (analog)

Date Created: November 10, 1995

Description

Interview of Alberta Gagné by Martha Pellerin. Part of a project (VFC1998-0007) on Franco-American song in New England funded by the Vermont Folklife Center and undertaken by Pellerin. Interview is one in a series of six conducted between 1995-01-09 and 1995-12-06 as an effort to document the French language song repertoire of Gagné.

Genre(s): interviews, oral histories (document genre)

Subject/geographic

Subject/topic

Language(s): French, English

Place: Highgate Center (inhabited place)

Place: Vermont (state)

Type of Resource: sound recording

Parent Collections

Access Conditions

Copyright (c) Vermont Folklife Center. Requests to reproduce this item should be sent to the UVM Libraries' Center for Digital Initiatives at cdi@uvm.edu. For more information, see http://cdi.uvm.edu/about/rights.
More information.

Permanent Link:

http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/vfc1998-0007_tc1998-1074

Preferred citation

TC1998-1074 -- Interview with Alberta Gagné, VFC1998-0007 Martha Pellerin Collection. Vermont Folklife Center Archive, Vermont Folklife Center, http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/vfc1998-0007_tc1998-1074 (accessed August 22, 2014)

Listen to this recording:

Cassette 1, Side A
La passagère
C'était un soir par un beau clair de lune (first line)
C'était un soir par un beau clair de lune (first line)
Prend t’un verre de bière mon minou
L’diable dans bricole
L’habitant d’St-Marc
Tu me demandes Marguerite (first line)
Derrière chez-nous y a un étang
Le p’tit sauvage
Lorsque je t'ai connu (first line)
On va tu n’avoir du plaisir
Cassette 1, Side B
Envoyons d'l'avant nos gens
Mais quand on part du Canada (first line)
Joyeux enfants au pays de Bohême (first line)
Belle rose du printemps
O quel beau jour (first line)
C’est l’bon temps du Jour de l’An
La visite du Jour de l’An

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