Jean Carignan - Arch mp3 downloadPerformer: Jean Carignan
Released: January 1, 2007
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Jean Carignan - Arch mp3 download
Jean Carignan - Hangman's Reel.
The legendary Jean (Ti-Jean) Carignan (1916-1988) was one of Quebec's (and North America's) best-loved trad fiddlers, not only displaying an amazing technique, but even more so the joy and energy with which he applies it. "There are few players in any music who reach his degree of virtuosity without sacrificing feeling or originality" (All Music Guide). In Groups: The Carignan Brothers. Variations: Viewing All Jean Carignan.
Jean Carignan – Jean Carignan. Label: Philo – FI 2001, FI. 2001. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Liner Notes on back jacket. More extensive notes on 4-page 11" x 11" insert - English and French. Labels differ subtly from Jean Carignan - Jean Carignan. Tracks in English only on labels.
Recorded in 1960, this collection of old-time French-Canadian, Irish, and Scottish fiddle tunes is a wonderful example of Jean Carignan’s skill on the instrument. Even with prolific Folkway’s artist Pete Seeger playing banjo on several of the tracks, Carignan, who began learning fiddle form his father at the age of four, is the uncontested star of this record. 101. Travelers' Reel (Reel du voyageur).
Album · 1960 · 17 Songs. Alan Mills and Jean Carignan - Songs, Fiddle Tunes and a Folk-Tale from Canada.
Listen to music from Jean Carignan like Travelers' Reel (Reel du voyageur), Medley and Haste to the wedding & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Jean Carignan. Jean Carignan (7 December 1916 – 16 February 1988) was a Canadian fiddler.
Jean Carignan: Devil's Dream, Mason's Apron, Gaspe Reel и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. 2008 Digitally Remastered. Canada: A Folksong Portrait. 2007 Un portrait folklorique.
Jean Carignan, CM (December 7, 1916 – February 16, 1988) was a Canadian fiddler from Quebec. Carignan was born in Lévis, Quebec on December 7, 1916, later moving to Sherbrooke and then Trois-Rivières with his family; the family moved to Montreal when Carignan was ten years old. As a child, Carignan studied with noted Quebec fiddler Joseph Allard, as well as learning the music of the great Irish fiddlers Michael Coleman and James Morrison and the Scottish fiddler James Scott Skinner