Reel De Sainte Blandine
I transcribed this tune from the playing of Philippe Bruneau on the 1974 LP titled Danses Pour Veillées Canadiennes (Philo label, FI-2006). It is the first tune in a nine tune medley which fills the entire A side of the LP. It is in an unusual key for Québécois music but Bruneau mentions in the liner notes that the medley is played on a three row accordion and I note that he changes keys many times as he goes through the tunes of the medley to keep the music interesting. The B side of the LP is played on the more typical one row accordion.
There is a tune with the same title to be found in the IdentAirs Québécois site, http://www.mustrad.udenap.org/tounes/TQ407_reel_de_ste-blandine.html , but the resemblance is minimal and the Bruneau version is easier on the ear - mine, at least.