L'Homme à Deux Femmes (2)
X:1 T:L'Homme à Deux Femmes  S:Claude Austin (Néguac, New Brunswick) M:6/4 L:1/8 Z:Steve Fry D:Lisa Ornstein, André Marchand & Normand Miron - "Le Bruit court dans la Ville" (1997) K:A A/z/ edB cAcd eaga|zedB cAcd AedB|AcBG AGAA ABce| zedB cAcd eaga|\ M:4/4 L:1/8 zedB cABG|\ M:6/4 |1 AcBG A4 A4\:|\ M:4/4 [2 AcBG A3f|| |:z=bfd edBd|zde=g fdef|z=gfd eedB|AcB^G AGAf| =gefd edBd|zde=g fdef|z=gfd eedB|1 AcB^G A3f:|2 AcB^G A4|
L'HOMME À DEUX FEMMES  (The Man with Two Wives). AKA and see "Rivière acadienne (La)." French-Canadian, Quadrille (6/4 and 4/4 time). A Major. Standard or AEae tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'. A quadrille figure from the playing of fiddler Claude Austin of Néguac, New Brunswick. M. Austin can be seen playing the tune the JVC/Smithsonian Folkways video anthology of music and dance of the Americas, volume 1. Canada and the United States (1-10. French quadrille: Quadrille acadien, L'homme à deux femmes (The man with two wives), recorded in 1976; music played by Claude Austin (violin) and Gérald Fournier (guitar); danced by residents of Tracadie, New Brunswick). "L'Homme à deux femmes" is the name of a dance, and there are several tunes that also have acquired this title by association.