Rille Cajun (La)

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RILLE CAJUN, LA (The Cajun Reel). AKA - "La Rille Cajen." American, Quadrille. USA, Louisiana. The tune was recorded in New Orleans by Louisiana fiddlers Dennis McGee [1] and Ernest Fruge in November, 1930, as "La Rille Cajen" (note spelling of 'Cajun'). On the recording McGee plays the lead while Fruge plays a baritone part.

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Recorded sources: - Brunswick Records 512 (78 RPM), Dennis McGee & Ernest Fruge (1930). Morning Star 45002, "The Early Recordings of Dennis McGee (La.) 1929=1930." New World Records ‎NW 226, Dennis McGee & Ernest Fruge – “That's My Rabbit, My Dog Caught It: Traditional Southern Instrumental Styles” (1978. Various artists).



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