Tune of the Week


A new tune each Wednesday (more or less) chosen arbitrarily by your Webmaster, a mixture of traditional and new (but traditional in style) tunes.  Site visitors are encouraged to nominate tunes for this page via the Suggestion Form.


This week’s tune:

Raemona’s Waltz, Another waltz, again from Canada, but this one from Ontario, said to have been written for the composer’s wife.

Last week’s tune:

November Waltz. Well, it’s well and truly November here in Vermont as I write this with our first wet snow coming down…which calls for this lovely Quebecois waltz by Jean-Claude Mirandette.  We play its three parts ABABACAB.


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