Bridal Festival Quadrille

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BRIDAL FESTIVAL QUADRILLE. AKA - "Partie de Lancier (2)." French-Canadian, Jig. A Minor ('A' part), C Major ('B' part) and F Major ('C' part). Standard tuning. AA'BB'CC'A"A"'B"B"'C"C"'. Composed around 1910 by Edmond Beaudry as "The Bridal Festival Quadrille," it appeared in a violin manuscript. It is sometimes called “6/8 Gallant” or “Am-C-F,” and is occasionally played in the key of B Minor.

Philippe Bruneau (1934-2011)

Source for notated version: Montréal, Québec, button accordion great Philippe Bruneau (Quebec) [Begin].

Printed sources: Bégin (Philippe Bruneau), 1993; No. 29, p. 43 (appears as "Partie de Lancier"). Hart & Sandell (Dance ce Soir), 2001; No. 33, pp. 62-63 (a reprint of Bégin’s version).

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