Marche St-Hilaire

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X:2 T:Marche St-Hilaire M:C| L:1/8 S:Répertore de Aimé Gagnon (Lotbinère region, Québec) D:Raz de Marée/Tidal Wave - "Marche du St-Laurent" (2010) Z:Transcribed by Steve Fry K:G |:"G"d3cB2d2|g4-g2 ag|[M:6/4]"D/F#"f2 a4 g2b2g2|[M:C|]"Em"d3c B2d2| "C"g4-g2 ag|[M:6/4]"D"f2a2g2b2 "G"g2 !Fine!z2:|[M:C|]"G"D4 G2B2|"G/B"d6 ef| "C"g2B2"G/B"d3d|"Am"e2d2 "D"(3BcB G2|"G"D2G2 A-B3|"Em"d2 ef "C"g2B2| [M:6/4]"Em"d2 cB "D/F#"A2B2 "G"G4|[M:C|]"G"D2G2 A-B3|[M:6/4]"G/B"d2 ef "C"g2 B2 "G/B"d3d|[M:C|]"Am"e2d2 "D"(3BcB G2| "G"D2G2 A-B3|"G/B"d2 ef "C"g2B2|[M:6/4]"C/E"d2 cB "D/F#"A2B2 "G"G2z2||




MARCHE ST-HILAIRE. AKA - "Air Charles Saint-Hilaire." French-Canadian, March (cut time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The Saint-Hilaire family were cousins in Lotbinièreof Aimé Gagnon, who had tunes from Hilaire family members Charles, Adrien and Louis.


Additional notes
Source for notated version : - fiddler Aimé Gagnon (1921-1997, Saint-Louis de Lotbinière), who learned it from Adrien St-Hilaire.

Printed sources : - "Aimé Gagnon, Violoneux d'Origine" (1997)

Recorded sources : - Raz de Marée/Tidal Wave - "Marche du St-Laurent" (2010. Learned from the playing of Aimé Gagnon).

See also listing at :
Eric Lortie's Identitairs Québécois [1]
Hear Tidal Wave playing the tune on youtube.com [2] (about 2:25 into the clip).



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