The Portland Collection Vol 2 attributes this setting to Theodore Duguay, although it originates from a traditional hormpipe. Apparently a popular tune in contradance circles.
La Remontee du Chantier
I know this tune as "La remontee du chantier". It’s supposed to be a French Canadian tune
“Set American” ~ another rescued duplication
Key signature: b minor (& B-part in D Major)
Submitted on September 21st 2007 by Heiko.
T: Set American
K: b minor
|: F |
B3 c dcde | f3 g fedc | B3 c dcdB | G2 G/G/G G2 F2 |
B3 c dcde | f3 g fede | f2 e2 d2 c2 |1 Bbfd B3 :|2 B4 c3- ||
K: D Major
|: c |
dAFA dAFA | eAfA eABc | dAFA dAFA | dcdf edBc |
dAFA dAFA | gAfA eABc | dcdf edce | d/e/d ce d3 :|
"La Remontee Du Chantier" / "Le Set De Americain" / "Set American"
~ This tune is written by Raynold Aulett.
# Posted on September 21st 2007 by Heiko
"~ originates from a traditional hormpipe." ~ ??? :-/
I suspect they meant ‘hornpipe’, eh?
Hmm. My typo seems permanently recorded. :-(
La remontée au chantier
T: La Remontée Au Chantier
~B3 c dcde | ~f3 g fedc | ~B3 c dcBA | GFGA (3GAG F2 |
~B3 c dcde |~f3 g fedc | fgfe dedc |1 Bbfd Bbfd :|2 B4 A2 Bc ||
dAFA dAFA | eAfA e2 (3ABc | dAFA dAFA | edef e3 c |
dAFA dAFA | eAfA e2 (3ABc | dcdf edBc | dfec d4 :|
This version was submitted by in may 2009 by Yilmaz:
recorded by La Bottine Souriante on the album Cordial. Tune # 4 " Le Set à Ubert" first tune from 0:00 to 1:50.