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X: 1 T:Caribou Reel T:As written by Andy De Jarlis, Canadian Fiddle Tunes, p. 5 M:2/4 L:1/16 C:Andy De Jarlis Z:abc originally from Bruce Osborne, Z:modified by Phil Katz (to match book including most chords) & Z:Peter Yarensky (formatting & A7, A8 chords to match book). Z:<>. K:Em |:"Em" Be2e efed | Be2e efed | "G" Bd2d dedc | BGBc dedc | "Em" Be2e efed | Bdef g2fg | "D/D" af"A7/E"ge "D/F#" fd"A/A"e^c|\ |1 "Bm"dB"B7"AF "Em"E2 z2 :|2 "Bm"dB"B7"AF "Em"E2Bc |] |:"Em" BGE2 EFGA | BGE2 EcTB2 | "D"D3D D2DD | A,DDD D2Bc | "Em" BGE2 EFGA | BGBe e3e | "Em"efed B^cdB \ |1 "B7"AGF^D "Em"E2Bc :|2"B7"AGF^D "Em"E2 z2 |]

CARIBOU REEL. Canadian, Reel. E Dorian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Composed by Woodridge, Manitoba, Métis fiddler Andy DeJarlis (1914-1975). The version in Songer's 1997 book, current among Portland, Oregon, contra dance musicians, is slightly distanced from the original (which appears in the Appendix). The tune was also recorded by John Arcand.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: - Kevin Carr (California) [Songer].

Printed sources : - DeJarlis (Canadian fiddle tunes from the Red River Valley vol. 1), 1958. Songer (Portland Collection), 1997; p. 46.

Recorded sources: -BMI Canada Records, "Andy de Jarlis' Canadian Fiddle Tunes from the Red River Valley" (1958).

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