Marche du Mont St-Louis

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MARCHE DU MONT ST. LOUIS. AKA - "Marche du Mont Saint-Louis." French-Canadian, March (whole time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'. A popular tune at modern sessions, it was composed by Québec accordion player and composer Alfred Montmarquette [1] (1871-1944), who recorded with his trio for the Starr/Brunswick label in the 1920's. Montmarquette is renowned for his fine march compositions, such as this one, named for a bilingual college in Montreal.

Alfred Montmarquette


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Recorded sources : - Starr Records 15441 (78 RPM), Aldred Montmarquette, with Adélard St-Jean and Henri Langlois (1928). "Les Sessions de Vices & Versa: 15e anniversaire" (2021. Appears as 3rd tune of set "Béatrice galope sur le Mont St-Louis").

See also listing at :
Eric Lortie's Identitairs Québécois [2]
Hear Montmarquette's recording at the Virtual Gramophone [3]



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