Guénille (La)

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X: 1 T: La guénille O: Québec N: from a handwritten MS R: reel M: 2/4 L: 1/16 K: D |: "D"Adde fdfd | "Em"Beef "A7"gece | "D"Adde fdfd |1 "A7"cdeg fdec:|2 "A7"cdec "D"d2AA || |: "D"a3g f2dd | "A7"cdef gece |"A7"a2ag "D"f2dd | "A7"cdec "D"d2AA| "D"a3g f2dd | "A7"cdef gece| "A7"abag "D"f2dd |2 "A7"cdec "D"d4|]



GUÉNILLE, LA (The Rag). AKA – "Reel de la guénille." AKA and see "Rags (The)." French-Canadian, Reel. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'CC'. Hart & Sandell (2001) note the title refers to a piece of cloth, and that it is a commonly heard tune in Québec. The attribute the tune's popularity in part to singer Mary Travers "La Boduc" who set words to it. The first strain of "La guénille" resembles the second strain of A.J. Boulay's "Quadrille du nord-ouest 4ème partie."


Additional notes
Source for notated version : - fiddler Louis Beaudoin (1921–1980, Burlington, Vt.), whose own source was Denis Mathieu [Hart & Sandell].

Printed sources : - Hart & Sandell (Danse ce soir!), 2001; No. 14, p. 47.

Recorded sources : - SOCAN MPCD 2039, La Bottine Souriante – "En spectacle" (1996). Philo Records, Louis Beaudoin" (1973).




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