Bibliography: Vernacular (Music)

Print and Website Sources

Burns, Mick. Keeping the Beat on the Street: The New Orleans Brass Band Renaissance. Louisiana State University Press, 2008.  

Crawford, Ralston, Historic New Orleans Collection, and Tulane University. Music in the Street: Photographs of New Orleans. 1st ed. New Orleans: Historic New Orleans Collection, 1983.  

Dan Baum. “ Mardi Gras Indians Do Battle, by Dan Baum.” Magazine., February 22, 2007.

Dejan’s Olympia Brass Band, Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress), and American Folklife Center. Harold Dejan’s Olympia Brass Band Concert Collection, n.d.  

Flynn, Jim. Sidewalk Saints: Life Portraits of the New Orleans Street Performer Family. New York: Curbside Press, 2009.  

Historic New Orleans Collection. In the Spirit: The Photography of Michael P. Smith from the Historic New Orleans Collection. 1st ed. New Orleans, La: Historic New Orleans Collection, 2009.  

Lacen, Anthony (Tuba Fats). “Anthony “Tuba Fats” Lacen Interview.” Interview by Linda “Mustang Sally” Perkins. Tape Recording, July 2003. University of New Orleans Community History Project.

Leer, Norman. Second Lining. Lewiston, N.Y: Mellen Poetry Press, 1997.  

“Life Is a Carnival: The Wild Magnolias: Music.” Life Is A Carnival, 1999.

Marcia Gaudet, and James C. McDonald. “Mardi Gras, Gumbo, and Zydeco: Readings in Louisiana Culture,” April 15, 2003.

Nance, Marilyn. “White Eagles – Black Indians of New Orleans.” Still image, 1980.

New Orleans Jazz and Second Line Drumming. DCI video transcription series. Miami: Manhattan Music, 1995.  

Regis, Helen A. “Blackness and the Politics of Memory in the New Orleans Second Line.” American Ethnologist 28, no. 4 (November 2001): 752-777.  

Schafer, William John. Brass Bands and New Orleans Jazz. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1977.  

Smith, Michael P. Mardi Gras Indians. Gretna: Pelican Pub. Co, 1994.  

Spera, Keith. “101 Runners drum up Mardi Gras Indian funk on their first official album | – French Quarter Festival in New Orleans –” Newspaper. NOLA, April 9, 2010.

Spitzer, Nick. “Love and Death at Second-Line.” Southern Spaces, no. 20 (n.d.).  

The Mardi Gras Indians Super Sunday Showdown. Cambridge, Mass: Rounder, 1992.  

The Wild Magnolias. “They Call Us Wild: Wild Magnolias: Music,” 2007.

Touchet, Leo. Rejoice When You Die: The New Orleans Jazz Funerals. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1998.  

Tresselt, Frank. [from old catalog. New Orleans street cries. New York: Movietone music corporation.  

Wild Magnolias. “Wild Magnolias : New Orleans, LA.” The Wild Magnolias, Copyright 2010.

Wild Tchoupitoulas. “The Wild Tchoupitoulas: The Wild Tchoupitoulas: Music,” 1991.

Sound Recordings

Rebirth Brass Band. Ultimate. Metairie, LA: Mardi Gras Records, 2000.

Film and Video

Brown, Charlie, and Rebirth Brass Band. Never a Dull Moment 20 Years of the Rebirth Brass Band. [New Orleans, La.]: Mojotooth Productions, 2005.

Creole Wild West. Mardi Gras Indians. Online Video (YouTube), Documentary. Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, 2008.

Wild Magnolias promo. Online Video., 2008.

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