Vazzy | En Passant By the Way

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En Passant By the Way

by Vazzy

French Canadian and Acadian traditional acoustic music, from original and early songs, to 20's-30's music hall numbers, fiddle tunes, call and answer songs, known and lesser known, that have made their way across oceans and continents to French Canada.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. La guenille
4:40 album only
2. Reel des gouverneurs / Reel des boulangers
5:03 album only
3. Au chant de l'alouette
5:30 album only
4. Reel québécois / Reel d'espagne / Gigue du commerçant
5:42 album only
5. Vivre aussi mieux vivre
7:53 album only
6. Reel du Faubourg / Reel Antoinette
5:58 album only
7. Métissage
3:11 album only
8. Pis on turlute toute!
3:13 album only
9. Le Matou
4:29 album only
10. Par un matin je me suis levé
4:09 album only
11. Reel de la terreur
4:11 album only
12. En passant par un moulin
4:13 album only
13. La jeune Germine
6:34 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Vazzy's repertoire includes beautiful ballads and lively humorous songs from the French-Canadian tradition, as well as toe-tapping fiddle and dance tunes from the French, Celtic, Metis and Canadian musical traditions.

Since 2005, the duo "Vazzy" has entertained audiences from Vancouver Island to Newfoundland and in the US.
The two musicians love of travel, people and cultures from around the globe has taken them to many places…It is reflected in their music.

Keeping "French-Candian Trad" alive and well in Western Canada, Vazzy has called British-Columbia home for many years.



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