Cheerful and well worth a try - + guitar/piano chords.
Is it Canadian or French? George Sand (f French writer) comes to mind.
Re: Bourree D’Aurore Sand
This melody is a traditional tune of Berry (France), a bourrée, not a polka, sung by his nanny at Aurore Sand, (granddaughter of the writer George Sand) who transmitted it to the French ethnomusicologist Jean-Michel Guilcher, who then transcribed it; there is a choreography which was elaborated by Yvon Guilcher, son of the previous.
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