X:1 T:Quadrille St-Jean N:From the playing of the group Trois Copains, N:Edmond Moreau, Arthur Pigeon (1884-1966), and Henri Wattier. N:http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/films-videos-sound-recordings/virtual-gramophone/Pages/Item.aspx?idNumber=1007642171 M:C| L:1/8 Q:"Brisk" D:Starr 16206 (78 RPM), Trois Copains (1938) D:http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/m2/f7/14329.mp3 Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C G2AB|:Sc2GG E2GG|ccBA GGAB|c2G2E2G2|A2G2F2(E/F/E)| D4 G2AB|c2G2E2G2|A2 AA AAA2|A2(f/g/f) e2 d2| [M:3/2]c2 (3BcB (3ABA G2 c2d2|[M:C|]e4 d4|1c4 G2ABS:|2c6|| |:ef|gfeg fedf|e2c2c2ef|gfeg fefg|a2d2d2 ef| gfeg fedf|edce dcBA|GABc defd|1e2c2c2:|2[M:3/2]e2c2c2 (3cBA G2 ABS||
QUADRILLE ST-JEAN. French-Canadian, Quadrille or Country Dance Tune (cut time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'. "Quadrille St-Jean" was recorded in 1930 (with figure calling) by the group Trois Copains (Three Friends/Buddys). The second strain of the quadrille is the first strain of the country dance tune "My Love is but a Lassie Yet (1)."