Annotation:Quadrille du Pont Rouge

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X:1 T:Quadrille du Pont Rouge S:Robert Lemieux (fiddle) M:C| L:1/8 Q:"Quick" D:Starr Records 16221 (78 RPM), Robert Lemieux with V. Macchia (1939) F: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G BB|[G2B2] AA A2GG|G2DD D2EF|GABc defg|f2e2"4"(e4| c)cc2 BBB2|AA "4"(A2 E)E E2FG|ABcd efgf|agfe d2BB| B2 AA A2GG|G2DD D2EF|GABc defg|f2e2 e2 (3efg| a2 aa agfe|[B2g2][Bg]g gfed|fedc BB A2|[G4B4][G2B2]:|| K:D |:FG|AFAd fedc|BAGG E2E2|ABcd egec|dfed cedB| AFAd fedc|BAGG E2(3EFG|ABcd egec|1dfec d2:|2 dfec d2B2|| K:G {c}BABc dB[B2g2]|egeg d2d2|[DA]GBc BA A2|DFAB A2G2| BABc dB[B2g2]|egeg d2d2|[DA]GBc BA A2|1FDEF G2G2:|FDEF G2[G2B2]||

QUADRILLE DU PONT ROUGE (Red Bridge Quadrille). French-Canadian, Quadrille or Reel (cut time). G Major ('A' and 'C' parts) & D Major ('B' part). Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB'CC. A quadrille tune from the playing of fiddler Robert Lemieux and guitarist V. Macchia. Lemieux also recorded sides playing the accordion. Pont-Rouge is a town in the south of the Province of Quebec along the Jacques-Cartier River, not far from where it empties into the St. Lawrence River. It was named for the Canadian Pacific Railway bridge built in 1874 and two other bridges.

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Recorded sources: - Starr Records 16221 (78 RPM), Robert Lemieux & V. Macchia (1939).

See also listing at:
Hear Lemieux's 1939 recording at the Virtual Gramophone [1]

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