Fille du Boucher, La

Key: D*

Form: Waltz

ABC (in D*):

>A,2|: "D"D2DEF2 | "G"G4FG | "D"A2AGF2 | "A7"E6 |
"D"A2AFD2 | "D"A2B2A2 | "G"G4F2 | "A7"E4A2 :|
|"D"A2ABA2 | D3A, DE | F2E2D2 | "C"=C4CD |
"C"E2=C2A2 | "A7"G4EF | G2F2E2 | "D"D4 DF|
"D"A2AB AF | D3A, DE | F2E2D2 | "C"=C4CD |
"C"E2=C2A2 | "A7"G4EF | G2F2E2 | "D"D4|]

ABC (in G*):

D2|: “G”G3AB2 | “Am7″c4Bc | “GM7/B”d2c2B2 | “D7″A4Bc |


“G”d3BG2 | “G/B”d2e2d2 | “Am7″c4B2 | “F”[AA6]E=FAd2 😐


|:”G”d3edA | B3DGA | B3BAG | “F”=F2F2G2 |


“F”A3Gd2 | “C”c4AB | “D7″c2B2A2 | “G”G4 :|]


MP3: (Played in D by Pam Bockes and Andrew Jackson)

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in G major

In D major








Source: Trad.

Other Tunes in Set:

Region: France

*Notes: The MP3 above, is in D. However David Surette plays it in G in the YouTube above and the ABC in G is his version.  David wrote, “It’s a trad tune that was recorded by Gabriel Yacoub on his 1978 Trad. Arr. album.”