Reel en Ré de Jules Verret

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REEL EN RÉ DE JULES VERRET. AKA and see “Reel à Bacon.” French-Canadian, Reel. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA’BB’. Hart & Sandell note that John Kimmel had a version of this tune.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: - fiddler and fly fisherman Jules Verret (Lac St-Charles, Québec) [Remon & Bouchard]; La Bottine souriante [Hart & Sandell].

Printed sources : - Hart & Sandell (Dance ce soir!), 2001; No. 82, p. 117 (appears as "Reel à Bacon." Remon & Bouchard (25 Crooked Tunes, vol. 2: Québec Fiddle Tunes), 1997; No. 23. Remon & Bouchard (Airs Tordus/Crooked Tunes), 2011; No. 47, p. 84.

Recorded sources: - Green Linnet GLCD3043, La Bottine Souriante - “La Traversée de l’Atlantique” (1988). Jean-Marie & Martin Verret - "Quadrille du XIXe et XXe siècle" (1997).



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