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    • Josie Lacosta sings some songs

    • Chanson -- Song; Récit d'expérience personnelle -- Personal experience narrative; Musique -- Music; Langue -- Language; Biographie -- Life history; Divertissements -- Entertainment; Paysage culturel -- Cultural landscape;
    • Josie Lacosta chante « Le village d’Alsace », qu’elle a appris d’Yves Lagatdu, et « Derrière chez nous il y a un capitaine », « C’est à Paris la jolie ville », et « Oh, après que la récolte est faite », qu’elle a appris d’Eugène Lecointre . Elle...
    • Evening Herald, 1891-02-20

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1891-02-20

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1891-02-05

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1891-02-18

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1891-02-07

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1891-02-05

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1891-02-18

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1891-02-07

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1891-02-06

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1891-02-06

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Josie Lacosta sings and talks about music

    • Biographie -- Life history; Chanson -- Song; Comptines -- Children's Rhymes; Divertissements -- Entertainment; Histoire orale -- Oral history; Musique -- Music; Paysage culturel -- Cultural landscape; Religion -- Religion; Récit d'expérience...
    • Transcription d'entrevue audio ou Mme. Josie Lacosta (Joséphine Costard) chante et partage sur divers sujets en entrevue avec Gerald Thomas de l’université Memorial. Elle chante « Belle Nânon dans ton jardin », qu’elle a appris de la femme à ...
    • Evening Herald, 1891-01-28

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1891-01-28

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Josie Lacosta sings songs and talk about music

    • Chanson -- Song; Récit d'expérience personnelle -- Personal experience narrative; Musique -- Music; Langue -- Language; Fantômes -- Ghosts; Croyances et pratiques -- Beliefs and their practices; Superstition -- Superstition; Histoire orale -- Oral...
    • Josie Lacosta finit la chanson « Le curé de chez nous », qu’elle a appris du grandpère Rivolan, et puis chante « Là-haut là-haut sur ces montagnes » [Belle rose du printemps],« A’y’ou-ce qu’est la fille que j’ai tant aimée? », qu’elle a appris de...
    • Willy Robin sings and Cyril Robin tells tales, and then they discuss local legends

    • Chanson -- Song; Conte -- Tale; Mort -- Death; Météorologie -- Weather; Anecdotes -- Anecdotes; Bateaux et navires -- Boats and ships; Légendes -- Legend; Cimetières -- Cemeteries; Surnaturel -- Supernatural; Fantômes -- Ghosts; Esprits -- Ghosts;...
    • Cyril Robin parle de quelques contes et puis commence à raconter « Chateau suspendu du ciel à la terre ». Willy Robin raconte « Les trois bagues d’or suspendues en haut de la porte du roi », une conte de « Jack». Ils parlent ensemble des contes, ...
    • Evening Herald, 1891-02-21

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1891-01-27

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.

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