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A romper stomper of a French Canadian folk song, full of call and response, that features a soli line suitable for mezzo sopranos. Although the score has parts for several percussionists, as well as body percussion from the singers, it can all be replaced by one good drummer with a snare drum and brushes. From the tradition of the "merry monks", the song is in colloquial Canadian French, and recounts the unorthodox style of a "p'tit moine" who likes a glass of wine while he gives confession. On the easy side of advanced. For treble, male or mixed voices in three parts (SSA/TTB/SAB) and percussion. French text.

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