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Mademoiselle Voulez-Vous Danser


  • 1. Shuttle, The - Chanterelle
    2. Devil's Dream - Rodney Miller/Anne Percival
    3. La Bastringue - Les Franco-Americains
    4. Soufflons-Y - Martha Pellerin
    5. La Bonn Femme Robert - Bernie, Normand, Marc & Michael Ouimet
    6. La Guignolee - Bernie, Normand, Marc & Michael Ouimet
    7. Te Souviendras-Tu de Moi? - Maria Perrault
    8. Reel St. Hubert - Dudley & Jacqueline Laufman
    9. Les Bucherons - Paul Baril
    10. St. Anne's Reel / Liberty - Patrick Ross/Roland Cotnoir
    11. Le Grain de Mil - Lucie Therrien
    12. Entre Moi - Chanterelle
    13. Growling Old Man, Grumbling Old Woman - Ronald West/David Carr
    14. Turlutte - Dent-De-Lion
    15. Reveillez-Vouz, Belle Endormie - Claude Methe
    16. Redwing - Marcel Robidas & The Maple Sugar Band
    17. J'Entends le Moulin - Nightingale
    18. Soiree Medley - Michle Choinire/Jeanne Begnoche/Alberta Gagne/Fabio Choiniere
    19. Valse du Temps - Michle Choinire
    20. Patte du Mouton - Larry & Henry Riendeau
    21. Valse des Pasteureaux - Rodney Miller/Anne Percival
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 40116

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Includes liner notes by Theodore Levin and Clare Pinkert.
    Mademoiselle, Voulez-Vous Danser? collects 22 Franco-American folk songs from the New England borderlands. French, French-Canadian and American influences blend on songs like "Devil's Dream," "Entre Moi" and "Valse Des Pasteraux." Performers like Chanterelle, Les Franco-Americains and Paul Baril also reflect the cultural intermingling of the borderlands, providing a distinctive, diverse musical treat. As with other Smithsonian Folkways releases, Mademoiselle, Voulez-Vous Danser? features the label's attention to detail in its track listing and informative liner notes, written by Clare Pinkert and Theodore Levin. ~ Heather Phares

  • Critic Reviews
    Dirty Linen (10-11/99, p.82) - "...This celebration of an evolving cultural identity makes a great introduction to some excellent players and features some great unfamiliar tunes."
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