Annotation:Reel de Chicoutimi

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REEL DE CHICOUTIMI. AKA and see "Bois-Brulé Jig," "Gigue de campagne," "Jument Grise (La)," "Reel de Péribonka," "Sets canadiens (2)." French Canadian, Reel. E Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Chicoutimi is a town in the Saguenay region of the Province of Québec. This widespread tune was recorded by Québec accordion great Alfred Montmarquette (1871-1944) in 1928, but was probably an older fiddle tune for country dancing. Related tunes are Jospeh Allard's "Reel de Péribonka," and "Reel de campagne." See also the related 2nd strain of "Reel de Berthier."

Additional notes

Printed sources : - Carlin (Master Collection of Dance Music for the Violin), 1984; p. 44, No. 60.

Recorded sources : - Folkways FWRBF111-201, Alfred Montmarquette - "Masters of French-Canadian Music, vol. 2" (1980). RCA Victor ‎57-0050 (45 RPM), Ti-Blanc Richard (1950). Chris Norman - "Beauty of the North" (1994).

See also listing at :
Hear Alfred Montmarquette's 1928 recording on [1]

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