Reel de Péribonka
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REEL DE PÉRIBONKA. AKA and see "Sets canadiens (2)." French-Canadian, Reel. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'. The reel was recorded in 1945 by Montreal fiddler Joseph Allard  (1865-1947), although Allard researcher Jean Duval (2018) believes the 1945 issue could be a release of an earlier, overlooked recording. Duval notes similarity to Alfred Montmarquette's "Reel de Chicoutimi" and "Reel de champagne."
Péribonka is a the name of a town and a river in the province of Québec, well north of Québec City. The town is situated at the mouth of the Peribonka River where it forms a bay on the north shore of Lac Saint-Jean. According to Wikipedia, the name 'Peribonka' comes from the Innu word periwanga (or possibly from pelipaukau), meaning "river digging in/removing the sand." See also another (unrelated) tune for the town, "Clog de Peribonka."