Annotation:Sets canadiens (4)

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X:1 T:Sets canadiens [4] T:Lord MacDonald [4] N:From the playing of fiddler Georges Frappier M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel D:Gennett 12039-B (78 RPM), Georges Frappier (1921) D: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:A cd|ece(a fa)e(a|fa)bg- a2cd|ece(a fa)ea|BdcA A/A/A-A2:| A2 cA EAcA|EAcA BAFA|EAcA EAcA|EFED CE/E/ E2| A2 cA EAcA|EAcA GABc|dcBA GE3|E-GAB cA/A/ A>A|| A2cA EAcA|EAcA BAFA|EAcA EAcA|EFED CE2 E/E/| A2 cA EAcA|EAcA GABc|dcBA GE3|[M:5/4]E-GAB cA3 cd|| |:[M:C|]ecea g-ae-a|g-abg- a2cd|ecea g-ac2|1BdcA- A2 cd:|2 BdcA/A/ A2a2|| |:c'aba c'aea| c'a{c'}ba f-a a2|c'aba c'aea|fecA A/A/A a2| c'aba c'aea| c'agb b/b/b2c'|(3bc'b ge fg (a/b/a)|1gabg aa/a/ a2:|2gabg- a2||

SETS CANADIENS [4]. AKA and see "Lord MacDonald (4)." French-Canadian, Reel (cut time). A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB'CC'. "Sets canadiens [4]" is a version of the Scottish "Lord MacDonald (4)", from the playing of fiddler Georges Frappier, recorded for Gennett Records in Montreal in 1921. The cut four sides of "Sets canadiens", the first two from francophone Quebec, and the second two from anglophone Quebec. Quebec versions of "Lord MacDonald's" are several--see Andre Alain's "Petit_Bûcheux_(Le)," A.J. Boulay's "Virginia Reel Part 1" (1923) and Jos Bouchard's "Reel St-Émile," for a few of them. More detailed notes, including more versions from Quebec, can be found at "annotation:Lord MacDonald (4)."

Additional notes

Recorded sources : - Gennett 12039-B (78 RPM), Georges Frappier (1921)

See also listing at :
Hear Georges Frappier's 1921 recording at the Virtual Gramophone []

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