Annotation:Clog valse de Maisonneuve

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X:1 T:Clog valse de Maisonneuve N:From the playing of accordionist Tommy Duchesne (1909-1986) M:3/4 L:1/8 R:Waltz-clog Q:"Moderate" D:Starr 16212a (78 RPM), Tommy Duchesne (1938) D: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:D d de|SdA FD FA|d3 d de|dA FD Fd|c3 c cd| cB GE GA/d/|c3c cd|ec BA Bc|1d3:||2 d2d|| |:D FA |dA FD FA|dA FD Fd|c2BB A2|B3E GB| c2 BB A2|(3GAG F2 (3EFE|1D3 :|2D2|| DA Fd|FF FA Fd|FF FA Fd|GG GA Fd|GG GF Fd| c2 (3BCB A2|(3GAG F2 (3EAB|A3dA2| F2 FA Fd |FF FA Fd|GG GA Fd|GG GF Fd| c2 (3BCB A2 |(3GAG F2 (3EFE|D2 Dd deS||

CLOG VALSE DE MAISONNEUVE. AKA - "Valse clog de Maisonneuve." A waltz-clog from the playing of Montreal accordionist biography:Tommy Duchesne (1909-1986). Maisonneuve was formerly an independent electoral district in the city of Montreal, since 1989 a part of Hochelega-Maisonneuve. It was named after the founder of Ville-Marie (now Wikipedia:Montreal), Wikipedia:Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve.

Additional notes

Recorded sources : - Starr 16212a (78 RPM), Tommy Duchesne (1938).

See also listing at :
Hear Tommy Duchesne's 1938 recording at the Virtual Gramophone [1]

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