Reel de Carillon

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REEL DE CARILLON (The Nightingale). AKA and see "Reel Maisonneuve." French-Canadian, Reel. From the repertoire of fiddler Joseph Larocque, who recorded it in Montreal in 1931 as the second tune in a medley (following "Rossignol (Le)". Both tunes are still played singly and together. Jean Carignan also played a version of this tune, which appears on the album "The Folk Fiddler who Electrified the Newport Folk Festival" (Elektra ELK-266, 1964) as "Nightingale (7) (The)." See also Joseph Allard's version under the title "Reel de Carillon."

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Hear Joseph Laroque's 1931 recording at the Virtual Gramophone [1] (2nd tune in medley, following "Rossignol (Le)").




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