Marie Sauce Ton Pain

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X:1 T:Marie, sauce ton pain S:Andre Alain M:4/4 L:1/8 Z:Transcribed by Steve Fry K:G |:"G"gage "G/B"d2B2|"C"c2d2 "D"e2f2|"G"gage "Em"d2G2| "D"B2d2"G"G2z2|"G"gage "G/B"d2B2|"C"c2d2"D"e2f2|"G"gage "Em"d2 Bd| |1 "D"cAFA "G"G2z2:|2 "D"cAFA "G"G2 DG||:"G"B3B "G/B"BBAG| "C"EccE ~c2 BA|"G"GBBG "Em"B2 AG|"D"FAAF A2 DG|"G"B3B BBAG| "C"Ec c2 "C#dim7"c2e2|"D"d2 Bd cAFA|1 GBAF "G"G2 DG:|2 GBAF "G"G2z2||

MARIE, SAUCE TON PAIN (Marie, dip your bread). French-Canadian, Reel (whole time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'. A version of the first strain of "Marie, sauce ton pain" can be found as the second strain of "Bois-Francs (Les)," a reel in J.A. Boucher's printed collection Le Repertoire du Violoneux (1933). Isidore Soucy's "Reel du Faubourg de Québec" is also a cognate melody of the first strain.
André Alain w/Guy Bouchard, 1987 Festival of American FiddleTunes (Hearth Music) [1]

Additional notes
Source for notated version : - fiddler André Alain {1931-2000} (St-Basile-de-Portneuf, Québec) via the group La Bottine Souriante [Hart & Sandell].

Printed sources : - Hart & Sandell (Dance ce Soir), 2001; No. 9 p. 44. Dorothée Hogan (La Grande Ronde).

Recorded sources : - MP 2036, La Bottine Souriante - "Je voudrais changer d'chapeau."

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