Reel des deux Lisas

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REEL DES DEUX LISA (LE). Frano-American, Reel. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA’BB’. An untitled traditional tune, named by Burlington, Vt., French-Canadian style fiddler Louis Beaudoin (1921-1980), in honor of fiddler Lisa Ornstein and his own daughter, also Lisa. Lisa Beaudoin can be heard tap-dancing on Louis's 1973 Philo release.

Louis Beaudoin, 1973 [Photo, Bill Schubart



Source for notated version:

Printed sources: Songer (The Portland Collection, vol. 3), 2015.

Recorded sources: Gamma GS 256, La Bottine Souriante – “Les Epousailles” (1981). A-L 001, Lisa Ornstein & André Marchand – “One Fine Summer’s Day/Par un beau Samedi d’ été” (2009).

See also listing at:
See Lisa Ornstein's standard notation transcription [1]
Hear Bottine souriante's recording [2]




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