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The Northland College Voyageurs - Open Horizons - Music For The Fur Trade Era


Tracklist


1Blanche Comme La Neige4:10
2Hier Sur Le Pont d'Avignon3:42
3The Frozen Logger2:42
4Soo St. Mary's Jail1:30
5The Logger's Alphabet3:45
6I Went To The Market5:08
7Red Iron Ore1:56
8Dans Les Chantiers
9Gai Lon La
10Introduction
11Ah! Si Mon Moine Voulait Danser
12A St. - Malo
13Chanson Du Voyageur
14A La Claire Fontaine4:55
15The Driver's Song2:09
16La Grande Et La Petite
17Beti Betan Delum
18La Belle Francoise
19En Roulant Ma Boule
20Go To The Sea No More2:13
21Envoyons d'l'avant3:47
22La Fille Du Roi d'Espagne

Credits


  • BanjoTom Dranglon
  • BassTom Blain
  • Cover, DesignTom Klein
  • Directed ByWilliam Otis
  • FiddleMathew Gallman
  • GuitarWes Malkin
  • PerformerBentley Brehm, Bob Savignac, Brian Cabalka, Dave Hagen , Dave Olesen, David Van Gelder, Dennis Wiley, Gary Hecimovich, Jim Fitzgerald , Jim Puder, Larry Waddell, Mike Naughton, Pat Dotson, Rob Mondlock, Tom Draughon, Tom Yost
  • SpeechSigurd F. Olson (tracks: A1)

Notes


The Voyageurs of the Sigurd Olson Institute at Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin recall a portion of the rich history of the Upper Great Lakes as they sing authentic songs from the fur trade era. Their name is taken from the hearty, courageous French Canadians who sang as they portaged and paddled birch bark canoes across the North American wilderness.

Produced by the Sigurd F. Olson Institute For Environmental Studies, Ashland, Wisconsin.
All material Public domain: Arrangement Copyright William Otis. Used by permission.
Cover Design by Tom Klein.
Special Services by Ward Paxton.

Companies


  • Recorded At – Full Compass Sound Studio

Info


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The Northland College Voyageurs - Open Horizons - Music For The Fur Trade Era
Performer: The Northland College Voyageurs
Genre: Folk
Title: Open Horizons - Music For The Fur Trade Era
Country: US
Released: 1970
Style: Folk
MP3 album: 2522 mb
FLAC album: 2568 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album
№ Cat: CL-170
Label: Not On Label