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X:1 T: Rachoudine, La S:fiddler Édouard Richard (1934-2019, Grande-Vallée, Gaspé) M:3/2 L:1/8 N:AEae tuning (fiddle) D:Édouard Richard - "Musique gaspésienne" (2000) Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:A S[A4e4]||ce-eA- dfec AcBA|c2 ec dfec AcB-A|ceee afed ccBA| ceee dfec AcBA|c2 ec dfec Ac(BA)|ceee a(f/g/e)d ccBA| ce-eA- dfec AcBA|c2 ec dfec AcB-A|cee a(f/g/e)d ccBA|| [M:2/4]Bcde|:fBBc {Bc}BABB Bcde|fBBc {Bc}BABB- BdcA| A-B-BE- GBB[Be] Bcde| |1(f/4g/4e/) (3fgf eagf eaaa|[M:2/4] aece:|2 feff eag(f/g/ e)aaa a|[M:2/4]a2S||

RACHOUDINE, LA. French-Canadian, Reel (3/2 time). A Major. AEae tuning (fiddle). AABB'. According to Olivier Demers, Gaspé fiddler Richard's "La Rachoudine" is a version of "Brandy Jalbert," one of many such tunes in triple time (3/2 or 6/4) that accompanied the dance Drops of Brandy AKA Strip the Willow.

Additional notes

Printed sources : - Olivier Demers (1000 airs du Québec et de l’Amérique francophone), 2020; p. 182.

Recorded sources : - Édouard Richard - "Musique gaspésienne" (2000)

See also listing at :
Hear the tune played by Claude and Aimé Méthé at [1]

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