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St. Chartier tune -for French music lovers

fogie 24 Sep 07 - 06:31 AM
AllisonA(Animaterra) 24 Sep 07 - 07:03 AM
AllisonA(Animaterra) 24 Sep 07 - 07:06 AM
Alan Day 24 Sep 07 - 08:40 AM
McGrath of Harlow 24 Sep 07 - 09:54 AM
katlaughing 24 Sep 07 - 11:25 AM
katlaughing 24 Sep 07 - 11:57 AM
redsnapper 24 Sep 07 - 01:07 PM
AllisonA(Animaterra) 24 Sep 07 - 09:13 PM
fogie 25 Sep 07 - 04:50 AM
AllisonA(Animaterra) 25 Sep 07 - 04:15 PM
Alan Day 25 Sep 07 - 05:39 PM
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Subject: St. Chartier tune -for French music love
From: fogie
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 06:31 AM

Look in You-Tube and enter St Chartier 2007, there is a 1 min clip called opening dance. This is a well played 3-part Polka and I'd love to know if any afficionados know what it's called, and maybe who is the accordeonist playing -were any of you there? As it is heard it appears to be in C min but I taped it and slowed it down to B min which works well on my melodeon.


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Subject: RE: St. Chartier tune -for French music love
From: AllisonA(Animaterra)
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 07:03 AM

That is a lovely tune! I, too, would like to know more about it!


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Subject: RE: St. Chartier tune -for French music love
From: AllisonA(Animaterra)
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 07:06 AM

I also really love the Bouree de St. Chartier found on the same page!


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Subject: RE: St. Chartier tune -for French music love
From: Alan Day
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 08:40 AM

Well I got a site advertising Sex and as I have got a headache I declined.Have you a link to the St Chatier site please?
Al


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Subject: RE: St. Chartier tune -for French music love
From: McGrath of Harlow
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 09:54 AM

If you spell it Chartier you might have more luck.

But here's a link to the Festival site.


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Subject: RE: St. Chartier tune -for French music love
From: katlaughing
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 11:25 AM


I also really love the Bouree de St. Chartier found on the same page!


Me, too! Pipes and hurdy-gurdies! Can't get much better than that, imo.

The dance was lovely, too, fogie. Thanks!


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Subject: RE: St. Chartier tune -for French music love
From: katlaughing
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 11:57 AM

Nice to see these fellahs on youtube, also. I love the CD I have of their stuff, including this song.


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Subject: RE: St. Chartier tune -for French music lovers
From: redsnapper
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 01:07 PM

I know the tune but like many of the tunes I know I don't know what it's called!

I love St Chartier and watching the people dance made me wish I was there again.

RS


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Subject: RE: St. Chartier tune -for French music lovers
From: AllisonA(Animaterra)
Date: 24 Sep 07 - 09:13 PM

Try this, Alan!


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Subject: RE: St. Chartier tune -for French music lovers
From: fogie
Date: 25 Sep 07 - 04:50 AM

Well done Animaterra - I realised in re- watching the danse it's a schottische , but the speed is a bit too quick, which makes me think the film's speeded up -as I mentioned before, which is possibly why the tune seems to be in C min. I didnt know that digital cameras could change speeds. It's a shame there isnt a lot more of the same -I wonder what happens about copyrights ?


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Subject: RE: St. Chartier tune -for French music lovers
From: AllisonA(Animaterra)
Date: 25 Sep 07 - 04:15 PM

So I posted a query, en francais, asking "quel est le source de l'air?"

Voila the reply:
"le morceau d'apres mes contacts est de marc perrone"
(the fragment according to my contacts is by mark perrone)

OK, so voila some information de marc perrone:
ici!


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Subject: RE: St. Chartier tune -for French music lovers
From: Alan Day
Date: 25 Sep 07 - 05:39 PM

Many thanks Animaterra,
I have played at this Festival (with Rosbif) and anyone interested in French Traditional Music should go if they get a chance.It is much bigger now than when I went there,I noticed a few concertinas as well, there was only mine when I attended.The combination of concertina and Hurdy Gurdy created a bit of interest at the time. What did impress me was the wonderful instruments on sale.Fantastic Hand made Melodions,Hurdy Gurdy,s and French Pipes.The dance floors were a bit crowded then, but it did not put me off.
A memorable week.
Al


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