Reel Pius Boudreault

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REEL PIUS BOUDREAULT. AKA and see "Buckley's Fancy," "Cowboy's Reel." French-Canadian, Reel. The reel is a re-titling of "Buckley's Fancy" that was recorded by Montreal musicians Jean Carignan (fiddle) and Philippe Bruneau (accordion) in 1959 as the first reel in a medley called "Et pis ta soeur" (And Your Sister).

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Recorded sources: London MD-32, Jean Carignan & Philippe Bruneau - "Valse, reels et gigues" (1959).




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