Bosco Stomp

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 Theme code Index    35 53 55 31
 Also known as    
 Composer/Core Source    
 Region    United States
 Genre/Style    Cajun/Creole
 Meter/Rhythm    Two-Step
 Key/Tonic of    A
 Accidental    3 sharps
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    4/4
 History    USA(Deep South)
 Structure    AABBCC
 Editor/Compiler    Deborah Greenblatt
 Book/Manuscript title    Cajun Fiddle Book (The)
 Tune and/or Page number    p. 27
 Year of publication/Date of MS    1985
 Artist    Lawernce Walker
 Title of recording    Cajun Honky Tonk - The Khoury Recordings
 Record label/Catalogue nr.    Arhoolie 427
 Year recorded    
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BOSCO STOMP. Cajun, Two-Step (4/4 time). USA, southwestern Louisiana. A Major/Mixolydian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB (Greenblatt): AA(Vocal)BBAABB(Vocal)BBAABBAA (Francois). Bosco is a small community north of Scott, Louisiana, named for one Bosco Prejean who set up a store there. A related song is Doug Kershaw's "Cajun Stripper." Lawrence Walker has recordedan influential version of the tune.

Source for notated version: Lawrence Walker (La.) [Francois].

Printed sources: Francois (Yé Yaille Chère!), 1990; pp. 346-347. Greenblatt (The Cajun Fiddle Tune Book), 1985; p. 27.

Recorded sources: Arhoolie Records AR-LP5013, Lawrence Walker Arhoolie 427, Lawernce Walker - "Cajun Honky Tonk - The Khoury Recordings." Swing Cat 1612, "Al Berard & Friends."

T:Bosco Stomp
Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion
S:Suzie Rothfield
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