Annotation:Miséricorde (2)

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X:1 T:Miséricorde [2] N:From the playing of Alfred Montmarquette (1871-1944, Montreal), with N:Adélard St-Jean (1890-1964). M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel D:Starr 15502b (78 RPM), Alfred Montmarquette (1928) D: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G D2 DD EDGA|B2D2 B,2 dB|{c}A2D2 AAAB|G2 D2G2 (3EGE| DDEF GDGA|B2D2 B,2 dB|[F2A2]D2 AEEF |1GgdB G2(3EGE:|2GgdB G3|| |:d|d2[F2B2].[F2B2]zd|d2[G2B2].[G2B2]zd|d2 [F2B2] [F2A2]BA|GAGF EDD/G/B| [F2d2][F2B2][F2A2]zd|d2[G2B2][G2B2]D/G/B|dded cAAA|GgdB G3:|

MISÉRICORDE [2]. French-Canadian, Polka (cut time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). "Miséricorde [2]" was recorded by accordion player wikipedia:Alfred_Montmarquette (1871-1944), along with "Miséricorde (1). The title may refer to a religious order (The Sisters of Misericorde), a former hospital, a street, and/or a museum in Montreal.

Additional notes

Recorded sources : - Folkways Records RBF 114, Gabriel Labbé (harmonica) with Philippe Bruneau (piano) - "Masters of French Canadian Music 3" (1980). Starr 15502b (78 RPM), Alfred Montmarquette (1928). Transit TRCD-9501, Gabriel Labbé, Benoît Bourque, Mario Loiselle, Sabin Jacques, Richard Forest - "Hommage à Alfred Montmarquette 1871-1944" (1995).

See also listing at :
Hear Alfred Montmarquette's 1928 recording at the Virtual Gramophone [1]

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