Doug Berch

Dulcimer Maker And Musician

oustsider folk from 1937

Oustsider Folk From 1937

Fortunat Savard – “Adieu, Parents Et Amis Ou Red River Valley” (1937)

(vocals, mandolin, harmonica)

Anything I could say about this remarkable piece of music would be a mere shadow of it’s awesomeness!

Be amazed and perplexed!

Listen to this recording several times in a row.

Mysteries will be revealed and created!

Your life will change for the better!

Or not…

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8 Comments

  1. baba

    hi there! Hope you are recovering nicely?

    interesting musical piece! towards the end, sounds like two songs in different keys played by the same person at the same time!

    • Doug Berch

      Great to hear from you! Coming along slowly but surely. Yup, two pieces, two keys, one guy. Amazing! Hope to see you soon!

  2. Robert Lackey

    Glad to see you posting, Doug. Jerry R. told me about your surgery. Sorry I didn’t contact you and wish you well. I found this re: Savard.
    http://collectionscanada.ca/lac-bac/results/lib?form=all&lang=eng&FormName=Fed+Simple+Search&SourceQuery=&PageNum=1&SortSpec=score+desc&SearchIn_1=&SearchInText_1=fortunat+savard&Operator_1=AND&SearchIn_2=&SearchInText_2=&Operator_2=AND&SearchIn_3=&SearchInText_3=&Sources_1=amicus&Sources_2=mikan&Sources_3=genapp&Sources_4=web&soundex=&cainInd=&Sources=amicus&ResultCount=10&MaxDocs=-1

    Robert

    • Doug Berch

      No worries. Thanks for getting in touch, and thank for the information about Savard!

  3. David Marc Klein

    You are up and around. That is good!

  4. John Keane

    That is very unusual.

  5. Doug Berch

    Good to be back!

  6. Pam Spence

    Good to see you back, Doug Berch!

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