A three-part French Canadian reel from the New England Fiddler’s Repertoire. Part C is identical to the B part of "The Maid Behind the Bar" - this is referred to in the comments on that tune.
The title means "The snoring Ms Gobeil". Note the "snore" in the last bar of part B.
The more I think about this tune the more I am convinced that it is a mixture of three different tunes. That itself is not all that unusual. Any comments?
I once met a Canadian wooden flute player who played it as a two part tune. He was of the opinion that the third part got tacked on the end by mistake - perhaps some musician added it on thinking they had composed it.
This tune is on the first La Bottine Souriante Album Y a Ben du Changement.
"New England Fiddler’s Repertoire"
by Randy Miller and Jack Perron, first published in 1983.