Unfortunately i don’t know much about the origin of this tune other than where i got it (Jigsaw)
Great tune tho… and loads of fun on the fiddle.
Googlesays: Written by Marcel Messervier
This is a popular Quebecois tune played in many places.
Tune 106 in the book ‘Danse ce Soir’.
from that book " Ti-Me is the nickname of Messervier’s father in law Aime, a fiddler…"
whenever someone says that a tune is fun to play on fiddle, it’s great for whistle too x)
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Marcel Messervier is a great accordeon maker and player living in Montmagny Quebec , he composed many
beautifull tunes he has a great style for french canadian set dance. Great energy and swing . One of the master of the " small accordeon " with Philippe Bruno
You can hear Mr. Boutet playing this on the squeeze box:
I am puzzeled by the C natural in the B part of the above version. Will see what Danse ce soir says.