Set de Chambly
X:1 T:Set de Chambly N:From the playing of Mélodiens campagnards. M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel Q:"Quick" D:http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/m2/f7/11428.mp3 D:Victor 216713a (78 RPM), Mélodiens campagnards (1930) Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:D Adfd cdef|geaf gfec|Adfd cdef|gbag f2d2| Adfd cdef|geaf gfec|Adfd cdef|gbag fd d2|| |:FAAF GABG|FAAF GFE2|FAAF GABG|FAGE F2D2:| |:Adfd B2ed|ceag fdd/c/B|Adfd B2 ed|cABc c2c2:| cABA cage|cage cage|cABc daf2|daf2 daf2| cABA cage|cage cage|cABc edce|[M:2/4]d2d2||
SET DE CHAMBLY. "Set de Chambly" was recorded by the group Mélodiens campagnards (The Country Music-Makers) in Montreal in April, 1930. Chambly, Quebec is a town southeast of the city of Montreal, situated on the Richelieu River. It is the location of a massive fortification built of stone in the early 18th century on the site of wooden forts originally constructed in 1665, guarding the approaches to Montreal from incursions by hostile Native Americans and English.