Reel Val d'Or

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X:1 T:Reel Val d'Or S:Robert Lemieux (violin) M:C| L:1/8 N:Play AA'BCCB Q:"Fast" D:Starr Records 16160 (78 RPM), Robert Lemieux & V Macchia (1938) F:http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/m2/f7/14162.mp3 Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:D f2- f2e|:dcde d2fe|dcde d2fg|a2fa gfeg|fedf e2fe| dcde d2(f/4g/4f/)e|dcde d2fg|a2 fa gece|1d2f2d2 (f/4g/4f/)e:|2 d2f2d3|| K:A d|c2af (e/f/e) ce| c2af (e/f/e) ce| a2f2 e2c2|BcBA GFE2| c2af (e/f/e) ce| c2af (e/f/e) ce| a2f2 e2c2|BABc A4|| |:c2f2 {g}fefg|agfa gfed|c2f2 {g}fefg|agfa g3e| c2f2 {g}fefg|agfa gfed|c2f2 {g}fefg|a2g2f4 :|



REEL VAL d'OR. French-Canadian, Reel (cut time). D Major ('A' part), A Major ('B' part) & F#min ('C' part). Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BCCB. "Reel Val d'Or" was recorded in Montreal in 1938 by fiddler Robert Lemieux and guitarist V. Macchia. Val-d'Or--the 'Valley of Gold'--is a city in north-western Quebec located in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region near La Vérendrye Wildlife Reserve. It takes its name from the gold deposits nearby, discovered in 1923, however, since then other base metals have also been mined in the ancient volcanic rocks of the region.

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Recorded sources: -Starr Records 16160 (78 RPM), Robert Lemieux & V Macchia (1938).

See also listing at:
Hear Robert Lemieux's 1938 recording at the Virtual Gramophone [:http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/m2/f7/14162.mp3]



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