Unit VI Louisiana's Musical Landscape
Lesson 1 Music Around the State: Sound and Place
Key to Louisiana Music Resource Sheet
|IF YOU HEAR...||THEN THE MUSIC IS||TYPICALLY IN|
|Fiddle, Lead & Backup Guitars, Upright or Electric Bass, Dobro or Steel Guitar, Mandolin, Often Solo Vocals||Old-Time Country||North Louisiana|
|Accordion, Fiddle, Acoustic Guitar, French Singing, Triangle ('tit fer), Electric Guitar, Bass, Drums, Steel Guitar||Cajun Music||South Louisiana|
|Accordion, Frottoir (rubboard), Drums, Electric Guitar, Bass, Saxophone, French Singing||Zydeco||South Louisiana|
|Group Singing, Keyboards, Rhythmic Clapping||Gospel||Entire State|
|Trumpets, Clarinet, Trombone, Baritone, Saxophone, Banjo||Jazz||New Orleans|
|Multi-Rhythmic Drumming, Call-and-Response, Singing, Tambourines||Mardi Gras Indians||New Orleans|
|Unaccompanied Vocals Sung in Spanish||Isleño||St. Bernard Parish|
|Guitar, Vocals||Country Blues||Mississippi Delta|
|Electric Guitar, Brass Section, Organ, Drums, Bass, Complex Rhythms||Rhythm & Blues||New Orleans|
|Keyboard, Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Drums, Rocking Blues-Style Singing, Often Full-Rock Band||Rockabilly||North Louisiana|
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