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Varise Conner - Louisiana Folk Masters: Varise Conner album flac
  • Performer: Varise Conner
  • Title: Louisiana Folk Masters: Varise Conner
  • Genre: Audio files / Folk and Country
  • Date of release: 2004
  • Music style: Cajun, Interview
  • MP3 size: 1973 mb
  • FLAC size 1565 mb
  • Formats AIFF ASF VQF WMA AUD ADX AAC

Varise Conner (October 21, 1906 – June 19, 1994) was a Cajun fiddler born in Lake Arthur, Louisiana. His works and personality has inspired many prominent Cajun musicians. He was the son of Arsen and Emma Granger Conner. He was a third generation fiddler: his grandfather, Octave Conner, was also a fiddler.

Profile: Cajun fiddler, born October 21, 1906 in Lake Arthur, Louisiana; died June 19, 1994. Louisiana Folk Masters: Varise Conner ‎(CD). Louisiana Crossroads Records.

Van Conner (born March 17, 1967 in Apple Valley, California) is an American rock musician. In 1984 he co-founded the band Screaming Trees with his brother Gary Lee Conner and close friends Mark Lanegan and Mark Pickerel. On the 25 June 2000 Screaming Trees announced their official breakup. Conner would start a low key band under the name Gardener which released its only album in the 1990s under the name New Dawning Time.

October 21, 1906 (age 87). Lake Arthur, Louisiana. His ancestry can be traced to Ireland, when William Conner immigrated to Louisiana in the mid 18th century and to the French Acadians who arrived in Louisiana in the 1750s from what is now Nova Scotia. He started to play the fiddle at the age of 9. His father bought him a copy of a 1713 Stradivarius violin. Soon after forming a family string band known as The Conner Boys, they were playing local dance halls. Conner is known for the Lake Arthur Stomp, which was originally called Lake Arthur Two-Step.

Varise Conner on the cover of "Louisiana Folk Masters - Varise Conner". Background information. Varise Conner (October 21, 1906 – June 19, 1994) was a Cajun fiddler born in Lake Arthur, Louisiana Contents.

Varise Conner (1906-1994) has been called the "greatest unrecorded Cajun musician.

Louisiana Folk Masters - Varise Conner, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Louisiana Crossroads Records. Louisiana Folk Masters - Varise Conner, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Louisiana Crossroads Records. Varise Conner (October 21, 1906 – June 19, 1994) was a Cajun fiddler born in Lake Arthur, Louisiana. His works an. arise Conner on the cover of "Louisiana Folk Masters - Varise Conner".

This category has the following 18 subcategories, out of 18 total.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Valse À Milton
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
2:10
2 Polka À Varise
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:46
3 Drunkard's Waltz
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:15
4 Kentucky
Written-By – Karl Davis
1:31
5 La Caroline
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
0:53
6 Lake Arthur Shuffle
Written-By, Arranged By – Varise Conner
1:07
7 Jimmy Bryant's Waltz
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:33
8 Aguillard Two-step
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
0:50
9 Andy's Waltz
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:07
10 L'histoire Du Violon De Varise 2:20
11 St. Louis Blues
Written-By – W.C. Handy*
1:46
12 You've Got To See Mama Ev'ry Night (Or You Can't See Mama At All)
Written-By – Billy Rose, Con Conrad
1:34
13 Creole Waltz
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:10
14 Chère Bouclette
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
2:19
15 La Mazurka D'Eugene Michon
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
0:56
16 Rêve Du Diable
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:23
17 Hobson
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:30
18 Down South
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
2:59
19 Lake Arthur Stomp
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
2:06
20 Sawmill Two-step
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:57
21 Lake Arthur Two-step
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:44
22 Valse À Abe
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:32
23 Valse À Elise Mallet
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:19
24 La Malheureuse
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:57
25 Sabine Blues
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
2:22
26 Perrodin Two-step
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:23
27 Old Cajun Waltz
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
2:22
28 Rabbit Stole The Pumpkin
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
2:53
29 Bascom Mouton Remembered 2:11
30 J'ai Été Au Bal
Written-By – Iry LeJeune
1:19
31 Grand Mamou
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
2:04
32 Grand Basile
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:33
33 Chère Bassette
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:35
34 Goodnight Waltz
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
2:25
35 Sawmill Rag
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:02
36 Varise Conner Rag
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:12
37 Memphis Blues
Written-By – W.C. Handy*
1:37
38 Chacoter
Arranged By – Varise ConnerWritten-By – Traditional
1:13
39 Varise Remembers 8:13

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Louisiana Crossroads Records
  • Engineered At – MasterDigital
  • Edited At – Electric Comoland
  • Mastered At – Electric Comoland
  • Published By – Warner Bros. Music
  • Published By – Handy Bros. Music
  • Published By – EMI Feist Catalog
  • Published By – WB Music Corp.
  • Published By – Tek Music

Credits

  • Coordinator [Project Coordination By] – Carl Brasseaux
  • Design [Graphic Design By] – Megan Barra
  • Edited By, Mastered By – Tony Daigle
  • Executive-Producer – John Laudun, Todd Mouton
  • Guitar – Andy Benoit (tracks: 1 to 13), Edgar Benoit (tracks: 14 to 26, 34 to 38), Eric Benoit (tracks: 14 to 33), George Conner (tracks: 27 to 33)
  • Liner Notes [Liner Note Essays By] – Barry Jean Ancelet, Carl Brasseaux, David Greely, John Laudun, Michael Doucet, Todd Mouton
  • Liner Notes [Track Notes], Research – Barry Jean Ancelet, David Greely, Vicki Chrisman
  • Photography By – Elemore Morgan, Jr.
  • Producer [Associate Producers] – Barry Jean Ancelet, David Greely
  • Recorded By – Barry Jean Ancelet
  • Transferred By [Analog To Digital Transfer By] – Parker Dinkins
  • Violin – Lionel Leleux (tracks: 14 to 26, 34 to 38), Michael Doucet (tracks: 27 to 38), Varise Conner

Notes

Recorded 1975 to 1977
From the Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette

4. Warner Brothers Music, ASCAP
11. Handy Brothers Music, ASCAP
12. EMI Feist Catalog/WB Music Corporation
30. Tek Music
37. Handy Brothers Music, ASCAP

Analog to digital transfer at MasterDigital

"An Interview with Varise Conner": Reprinted from "The Makers of Cajun and Creole Music/Musiciens cadiens et créoles" by permission of University Press of Mississippi.

Project funding provided by: The Center For Louisiana Studies, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; Acadiana Arts Council; Lafayette Economic Development Authority; Lafayette Convention and Visitors Commission; Action Cadienne; and fans of The Mamou Playboys.

Special thanks to: David Barry, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; Erik Charpentier, Jennifer Cooper and Weatherly Stephan of the Center For Louisiana Studies; Buddy Palmer, George Armbruster III and the staff and Board of Directors of the Acadiana Arts Council; Gregg Gothreaux, Sandy Kaplan and the staff and Board of Commissioners of the Lafayette Economic Development Authority; Gerald Breaux and the staff of the Lafayette Convention and Visitors Commission; Ron Yule; and Ken Smith.

Additional special thanks to: The Grammy Foundation of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for their support of the ongoing digitization of the Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore.

© 2004 Louisiana Crossroads Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 687066561425
  • Matrix / Runout: 8430 LCRCD2001 C40901-01 A
  • Mastering SID Code: L385
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI8100
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
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