Quadrille de Loretteville (1) (partie)

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QUADRILLE DE LORETTEVILLE [1] (partie). French-Canadian, Galope (2/4 time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'A"A"'. A part of a larger quadrille set. This tune is in the form a a galop/galope, a 2/4 time tune similar to a polka that is meant for a particular dance figure called a galope. The tune was recorded in Quebec in March, 1980, by Quebec accordion player Philippe Bruneau [1].

Philippe Bruneau (1934-2011)

Source for notated version: Jean Trudel via French-Canadian button accordion player Philippe Bruneau (Quebec) [Begin].

Printed sources: Bégin (Philippe Bruneau), 1993; No. 65, pp. 96-97.

Recorded sources: TRCD 9510/12, "100 ans de musique traditionnelle québécoise vol. 4" (Disk 2, 1980 and 2000).




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