Classic Canadian Songs from Smithsonian Folkways

Aldor Morin (1921- ), one of Québec's most accomplished harmonica players, never mastered the chromatic harmonica but welded together six different diatonic instruments to facilitate playing in various keys. The harmonica (musique à bouche or ruine-babines) proves itself an ideal instrument for dance music in Morin's performance of "Le reel de l'harmonica" ("Reel de Rimouski"), accompanied by guitar, spoons, and jigging.
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French Canadian Country Dances (FW06535, 1982)

French Canadian Country Dances (FW06535, 1982)

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French Canadian Dance Music (FWRF120, 1983)

French Canadian Dance Music (FWRF120, 1983)

Masters of French Canadian Music, Vol.3 (FWRBF114, 1980)...

Masters of French Canadian Music, Vol.3 (FWRBF114, 1980)