Cajun French articles on Wikipedia
Cajun French
French Cajun French (French: francais cadien/francais cadjin) (commonly called Louisiana Regional French, and related to but distinct from the historical Colonial
Apr 26th 2017

establishment in Louisiana, the Cajuns have developed their own dialect, Cajun French, and developed a vibrant culture including folkways, music, and cuisine
May 9th 2017

Cajun English
extent, in eastern Texas. Cajun-EnglishCajun English is significantly influenced by Cajun-FrenchCajun French, the historical language of the Cajun people, who descended from Acadian
May 19th 2017

Cajun cuisine
Cajun cuisine (French: Cuisine cadienne, [kɥizin kadʒãn]) is a style of cooking named for the French-speaking Acadian people deported by the British
Apr 22nd 2017

Cajun music
white and Native American traditions. Early song lyrics were entirely in Cajun-FrenchCajun French. Though French-language songwriting is still common, some Cajun music
Mar 19th 2017

Cajun fiddle
Music portal Acadia portal Louisiana portal History of Cajun music Cajun French Music Association List of festivals in Louisiana List of people related
May 8th 2017

History of Cajun music
(Khoury, Lyric) and others. Jukeboxes, radio programs and TV spots in Cajun French helped publicize a band's work, making it easier to get jobs performing
Nov 3rd 2016

List of people related to Cajun music
(1994): 285-303 Yule, Ron, Cajun French Music Association Hall of Fame, Lake Charles Chapter, DeRidder, LA: Fiddle
May 22nd 2017

Colonial French
French) is a variety of Louisiana French. It is associated with the Cajun French dialect and Louisiana Creole French, a related creole language. Formerly
Dec 20th 2016

Cajun accordion
of the keys Bandoneon Diatonic button accordion Piano accordion Cajun-French-Music-Association-ListCajun French Music Association List of people related to Cajun music History of Cajun
Jan 15th 2017

Cajun French Music Association
Cajun-French-Music-Association">The Cajun French Music Association is an association dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Cajun music and culture. The Cajun French Music
Apr 27th 2017

Louisiana French
Faulk, a French teacher in Crowley, Louisiana, introduced using the term Cajun French for Acadian-Creoles and French Creoles who identified as Cajun, for which
May 20th 2017

Cajun (disambiguation)
Southern Louisiana (1755–) Cajun Country Cajun cuisine Cajun_English Cajun French Cajun Jig Cajun Jitterbug Cajun music Ragin' Cajuns, nickname of the
Jun 26th 2015

List of Cajuns
This is a list of notable Cajuns, often from the Acadiana or Greater New Orleans regions of French Louisiana, though not limited in geographic origin.
May 17th 2017

Acadiana, or The Heart of Acadiana (Cajun French: L'Acadiane), is the official name given to the French Louisiana region that is home to a large Francophone
Apr 23rd 2017

French Americans
unspecified; 12% other Related ethnic groups French, French Canadians, Quebecois, Cajuns, Acadians, French immigration to Puerto Rico, French Haitians
May 3rd 2017

Ragin' Cajun (roller coaster)
Ragin' Cajun is a steel mouse roller coaster at Six Flags America in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Manufactured by Zamperla and Reverchon Industries, the design
May 18th 2017

French language in the United States
divided into three dialects, FrenchFrench Colonial French, French Louisiana Creole French, and French Cajun French. FrenchFrench Colonial French is traditionally said to have been the form of French
May 22nd 2017

Wayne Toups
Member of The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame, Gulf Coast Hall of Fame, and Cajun French Music Hall of Fame, 55th Annual Grammy Award winner.[citation needed]
Feb 20th 2017

Courir de Mardi Gras
Louisiana on the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. Courir de Mardi Gras is Cajun French for "Fat Tuesday Run". The rural Mardi Gras celebration is based on early
Mar 5th 2017

Grammy Award for Best Zydeco or Cajun Music Album
gone today, but we'll get it back." Louisiana portal Music portal Cajun French Music Association History of Cajun music List of people related to Cajun
Aug 4th 2016

History of the French in Baltimore
The history of the French in Baltimore dates back to the 18th century. The earliest wave of French immigration began in the mid-1700s, bringing many Acadian
May 15th 2017

French music
French music may originally refer to: Music of France, music of the French people in France. French music may also refer to the music of French-speaking
May 5th 2014

Evangeline Made: A Tribute to Cajun Music
Evangeline Made: A Tribute to Cajun-MusicCajun Music is an album of Cajun music by various pop and rock musical artists, released in 2002. It reached number 6 on
Feb 28th 2017

Flag of Acadiana
Not to be confused with flag of Acadia. The flag of the ethnic Acadian (Cajun) region (in Louisiana, United States) was designed in 1965 by Thomas
Feb 15th 2016

Cajun Dance Party
Cajun Dance Party were a five-piece band based in London, England, United Kingdom. They originally consisted of Robbie Stern, Max Bloom, Daniel Blumberg
Dec 13th 2016

This article is about the sausage. For other uses, see Boudin (disambiguation). Boudin (French pronunciation: ​[budɛ̃]) are various kinds of sausage
Mar 17th 2017

List of Louisiana parishes by French-speaking population
Louisiana. Parishes marked in yellow are those where 4–10% of the population speak French or Cajun French at home, orange 10–15%, red 15–20%, brown 20–30%.
May 18th 2017

American French
Quebec French lexicon Acadian French Ontario French Newfoundland French Cajun French Colonial French Louisiana French Missouri French Louisiana Creole French
May 6th 2017

CoonassCoonass, or Coon-ass is used in reference to a person of Cajun ethnicity. Many consider the term an insult, but others consider it a compliment or badge
Apr 23rd 2017

List of French Americans
Anglicization of Carre Lacey Chabert (born 1982), actress, father of mostly Cajun/French descent Lon-ChaneyLon Chaney, Sr., silent film actor, of part French descent Lon
May 17th 2017

Barry Jean Ancelet
and Cajun French. He has written several books, and under the pseudonym Jean Arceneaux he has written Cajun French poetry and lyrics to Cajun French songs
Mar 20th 2017

Michael Doucet
Doucet Michael Doucet (b. Feb 14, 1951) is an American Cajun fiddler, singer, and songwriter who founded the band BeauSoleil. Doucet was born in Scott, Louisiana
Apr 4th 2017

Floyd Soileau
between Ville Platte and Washington, Louisiana. He grew up speaking Cajun French and did not speak English until attending school at the age of 6 years
Apr 3rd 2017

Lee Benoit
List of Notable People Related to Cajun Music Cajun French Music Association Cajun accordion Cajun French Music Association Floyd's Record Shop Hadley
Mar 20th 2017

Dewey Balfa
Balfa Dewey Balfa (March 20, 1927 – June 17, 1992) was an Cajun American Cajun fiddler and singer who contributed significantly to the popularity of Cajun music. Balfa
Jan 1st 2017

Council for the Development of French in Louisiana
The Council for the Development of French in Louisiana (CODOFIL; French: le Conseil pour le developpement du francais en Louisiane) is Louisiana's Office
Dec 9th 2016

Iry LeJeune
Ira "Iry" LeJeune (October 28, 1928 – October 8, 1955) was one of the best selling and most popular Cajun musicians in the mid to late 1940s into the early
May 8th 2017

Aldus Roger
Mardi Gras Dance,” and “Lafayette Two Step (1964).” He also recorded a Cajun French version of Hank Williams country-and- western hit “Jambalaya (On the
Mar 28th 2017

Louisiana Creole
languages have placed emphasis on the prestigious varieties such as Cajun French. While national data, such as that provided by the census, could be an
May 15th 2017

traditional tunes. Lyrics on BeauSoleil recordings are sung in English or Cajun French (and sometimes both in one song). According to the band's web site, BeauSoleil's
Apr 13th 2017

Acadian French
understanding Acadian French. Within North America, its closest relative is the Cajun French spoken in Southern Louisiana as the two were born out of the same population
May 22nd 2017

Al Berard
Brothers Band, performing a repertoire of country, traditional and original Cajun French music at festivals, clubs, and workshops throughout the United States
Apr 4th 2017

Lawrence Walker
of which are still in Cajun repertoire. Walker was inducted into the Cajun French Music Association Hall of Fame in 1997 – its inaugural year. Compilations
Oct 6th 2016

Pine Leaf Boys
Musicien as well as a Grammy Award-nomination for Homage Au Passe and 2 Cajun French Music Association Awards. They were also in the top 6 of 50 best CDs
Jun 5th 2016

Belton Richard
Acadiens et Creoles was dedicated to Richard. Richard was inducted into the Cajun French Music Association's Hall of Fame in 1997, its inaugural year. In 2003
May 11th 2016

Octa Clark
of people related to Cajun music "Octa Clark". Eunice, Louisiana: Cajun French Music Association. November-2November 2, 1997. Archived from the original on November
Sep 12th 2016

Nathan Abshire
Ace Records, 1986) Pine Grove Blues (CHD 217 Ace Records, 1987) Cajun Country French Classics Vol. 3 (LL-145 La Louisiane, 1987) Pioneers of Cajun Accordion
Apr 5th 2017

French Louisiana
The term French Louisiana refers to two distinct regions: first, to colonial French Louisiana, comprising the massive, middle section of North America
Feb 16th 2017

Canadian French
representatives of koine French in the Americas whereas Acadian French, Cajun French, and Newfoundland French are derivatives of non-koinesized local dialects
Apr 26th 2017

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