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MARCHE CÉCILIA. AKA and see "Elmer's Tune." French-Canadian, Polka and Galope. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'. Composed and recorded by accordion great Alfred Montmarquette (1877-1944) in the early 1930's. The liner notes to Labbé's album indicate the tune is a Galope and Polka at the same time, and that it was one of Montmarquette's most successful recordings.

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Recorded sources: Dorian DOR-90289, Chris Norman Ensemble - "The Flower of Port Williams" (2000). Starr 19026 (78 RPM), Alfred Montmarquette (early 1930's). Quatrième Époque CD2, Gabriel Labbé, Richard Forest, Mario Loiselle, Sabin Jacques et Benoit Bourque - "Hommage à Alfred Montmarquette" (1995).

See also listing at:
Eric Lortie's Identitairs Québécois [1]

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