Here are the two excellent Creole musicians, Alphonse “Bois Sec” (“Dry wood”) Ardoin on vocal and accordion and Canray Fontenot on fiddle singing and playing the Eunice two step and Bonsoir, Moreau,  Ardoin got his nickname because he was the first one back at the barn when it started raining in the fields.  The Eunice two step is associated with Amédé Ardoin, the seminal Creole musician, a powerful singer and accordion player, whose shadow lies across all of Creole and Cajun music.  Bonsoir, Moreau (“Good night, Moreau”) is the song a man sings to a bartender, after a long night out, and he’s headed home to milk cows.