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.
I think perhaps Heiko only heard the name and spelled it accordingly. Raynald Ouellet is the proper spelling of that accordeoniste’s name, and he wouldn’t be the composer of the tune, only an interpreter. I would still vote for Theodore Duguay, accordeoniste, as composer. http://www.mnemo.qc.ca/html2/99%2827%29a.html and http://tunearch.org/wiki/Annotation:Cal%C3%A9donia_%28Le%29