vonnieestes’s six hundred and eight comments

  • Re: La Promeneuse

    A lovely air, as taught by Pascal Gemme at the Quebecois session of The Flurry Festival (held each President's Day Weekend, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA) some years ago. more…

  • Re: Reel Ste-Louise

    This is another of my husband's and my favorites, introduced to us by members of the old AQLF. It can go quickly and easily and still be precise for dancing. more…

  • Re: Clog De Pariseau

    A great tune, played by Eritage as an F#minor Polka in their 'Monmarquetterie' set with Raynald Ouellet's A accordeon. more…

  • Re: Reel Du Bonhomme

    This is one of my husband's favorites from many years ago. What a fun tune! more…

  • Re: Reel à Bruce

    Written by Sabin for Bruce Henderson (Bruce Bear). Well Done, and in many of our friends' repertoires as well as our own. more…

  • Re: The Bear Dance

    Chris, your version (X:13) is the one that we play. more…

  • Re: Franzke En Français

    Tune names in the video supplied: Le Reel de Violon du Monte en Vielle (aka Fiddle Tuned Like a Viol) / St. Andrew’s Flight (Calum Pasqua) / Dionne Reel (aka Cinq Jumelles)/ Franzke’s Reel (Darren McMullen) more…

  • Re: Acadien

    Fiddler George Wilson, New York State, USA has taught this jig to many of his students under the 'Cape Breton Jig' name. more…

  • Re: Sweedish Waulking Tune

    Ask fiddler David Kaynor - state of Massachusetts, USA - about this one. He has played it for more decades than he would probably care to admit. Just kidding, David! more…

  • Re: Reel à Cédulie

    One of the more "crooked" tunes of Quebec - difficult to play. more…