Grand Uncle Thomas Reel

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X:1 T:Grand Uncle Thomas Reel N:From the playing of Louis Boudreault (1905-1988, Chicoutimi, Que.), recorded at Brandywine Festival 1977. N:Composed by his grand uncle Thomas Vaillancourt of Lac St-Jean. M:3/2 L:1/8 R:Reel Q:"Fast" N:Play with a steady pulse N:AEae tuning (fiddle) D: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:A ffed cdeg[A3a3]a||Sce2e ffed c2ee|[M:C|]ddBd ccAA| ceee ffed| cABG A3A |ceee ffed|[M:3/2]c2ee ddBd ccAA| [M:C|]ceee ffed|cefg a3a|ceee ffed|cefg a3a| gefg a3a||[M:5/4]ceec dB[cA][AA] [AA][AA]|[M:3/4] [AB][Ac]dB/c/ BA|[M:3/2] ceec dB[Ac][AA] [EA][EA]FG|[M:2/4]A3E| |:[M:5/4]ceec dB[cA][AA] [AA][AA]|[M:3/4] [AB][Ac]dB/c/ BA|[M:3/2] ceec dB[Ac][AA] [EA][EA]FG|[M:2/4]A3ES:|

GRAND UNCLE THOMAS REEL. Canadian, Reel. Canada, Quebec. A Major. AEae tuning (fiddle). ABBB. The tune was composed by Thomas Vaillancourt of Lac St-Jean, the grand-uncle of Chicoutimi, Quebec, fiddler Louis Boudreault (1905-1988).

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Hear Louis Boudreault play the tune, recorded at the Brandywine Music Festival in 1977, at Slippery Hill [1]

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