Canadian Set II 1st Change
X:1 T:Canadian Set II, 1st Change N:From the playing of fiddler Arthur-Joseph (A.J.) Boulay (1883-1948), N:who was born in New Hampshire, but who spent much of his life in Quebec. M:6/8 L:1/8 R:Jig/Quadrille N:Play ABAC D:http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/m2/f7/11559.mp3 D:Victor 216452a (78 RPM), A.J. Bouley (1924) Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G Sd^cd edc| d2b a2g| f2e e2^d|e3- e2e/e/| e^de fe^d|e2c' b2a|gfe def|g3 g3|| B2^d f2b|g6|A2c e2a|f3- f2e| d^cd edc|d^cd edc|d2e fg^g|a3A3S|| ^d2f2a |d'3c'3|e^de age|g2f =f2| f2a d'3|e2c' c'2e|de=f gab|c'3-c'2||
CANADIAN SET II, 1st change. French-Canadian, Jig and Quadrille (6/8 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). ABAC. "The Canadian Set" was a second set of tunes with that title recorded early in the 78 RPM era by fiddler Arthur Jospeh Boulay (1883-1948), who displays his ability to shift positions on the violin with these three recordings. The recordings featured Boulay's solo fiddle with figures (in English) called by a dance caller.