Clog de William Durette

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X:1 T:Clog de William Durette M:C| L:1/8 R:Clog-waltz S:Alfred Montmarquette (1871-1944, Montreal, Québec) D:Star 15775 (78 RPM), Alfred Montmarquette, Adelard St-Jean, La Bolduc (1931) F: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:A cB|AECE AcBA|GFDB, G,2F/G/F|EEGB dBGB|AcAF E2cB| AECE AcBA|GFDB, G,2F/G/F|EEGB dBGE|A2c2A2:| |:cd|eeee fecA|BABd F2BA|GEGB dBFG|ABcA E2cd| eeee fecA|BABd F2BA|GEGB dBGE|A2c2A2:|]

CLOG DE WILLIAM DURETTE. AKA and see "Champagne Clog," "Tomorrow Morning Hornpipe." French-Canadian, Clog (cut time). A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The tune is Montreal accordion player Alfred Montmarquette's reworking of Champagne Clog <div class="mw-ext-score" data-midi="/w/images/lilypond/t/g/tg9awyjl1exfg24ysndtv1bpvnqw9hj/tg9awyjl.midi"><img src="/w/images/lilypond/t/g/tg9awyjl1exfg24ysndtv1bpvnqw9hj/tg9awyjl.png" width="697" height="62" alt=" X:1 M: C| L: 1/8 K: A c>d | (3ece a>f e>c c>A | B>c d>B F2 B>A | G>e c>E F>d B>G | "/></div> which was recorded by accordionist Joseph Plante in 1928, a few years prior to Montmarquette's version. It is a versatile melody and has been played as a barn dance, schottische, German and hornpipe, and has gained a foothold in Irish repertoire.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : -

Recorded sources: - Folkways RBF 111, "Masters of French Canadian Music 2: Alfred Montmarquette, accordion" (1980). Star 15775 (78 RPM), Alfred Montmarquette, Adelard St-Jean, La Bolduc (1931)

See also listing at:
Hear Montmarquette's 1931 recording at the Virtual Gramophone [1] and at [2]
See versions/discussion at the [3]

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