Quadrille de Villeray
X:1 T:Quadrille de Villeray 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=1007641952 M:C| L:1/8 Q:"Brisk" D:Starr 16206 (78 RPM), Trois Copains (1938) D:http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/m2/f7/14328.mp3 Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C GG|:G2e2^d2e2|f2d2 BBBA|G2 f2e2f2|g2e2c3A| GGe2^d2e2|f2d2 B2 BA|GGGG A2B2|1d2cc c2 (3cBA:|2 d2cc c4|| |:g2gg g2g2|f2d2c4|aaaa a2a2|g2e2c4|gggg g2g2| f2d2B3A|1 GGG2 A2B2|d2cc c4:|2GGgg fGAB|cceg c'2||
QUADRILLE DE VILLERAY. French-Canadian, Quadrille (cut time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB'. "Quadrille de Villeray" was recorded in Montreal in 1938 by the group Trois Copains (Three Friends), whose members were fiddler Henri Cattier, accordion player Arthur Pigeon (1884-1966), and pianist Edmond Moreau. Pigeon's mentor was Montreal accordion player and composer Alfred Montmarquette. Villeray is a neighborhood in the city of Montreal.