Quadrille de chez nous (1)
X:1 T:Quadrille de chez nous  T:Reel de Tadoussac D:Victor 263514B (78 RPM), Joseph Allard (1928) M:C| L:1/8 Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G B2B2 cBce|d2 dc BGBd|cBcA FDFA|A<ddc BGDG| B2B2 cBc|d2 dc BGBd|cBcA FDFA|G2G2 GDGA:|G2G2|| |:GcBd|gagf edge |d2 dc BGBd|cBcA FDFA|A<ddc BGBd| gagf ecge|d2 dc BGBd|cBcA FDFA|1G2G2:|2 G2G2 GDGA||
QUADRILLE DE CHEZ NOUS . AKA and see "Glise à Sherbrooke, "Quadrille national 2ème partie," "Reel du Canada," "Reel de Tadoussac." French Canadian, Quadrille (4/4 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'. The tune was recorded under the "Quadrille de chez nous" title by fiddler Joseph Allard  (1873-1947) in Montreal in 1928 for Victor records, although it has several names in Quebec repertoire. Isidore Soucy recorded a version very close to Allard's the later the same year under the title "Quadrille national 2ème partie." Many American fiddlers know the tune as "Glise à Sherbrooke", by which name is was frequently played at New England contra dances since the latter 20th century.Reel du Canada."