Quebecois jig in D by Rejean Brunet.
With his brother, André:
In a contradance setting, played by my Maine friends Julia Plumb and Baron Collins-Hill (it starts at :56):
In a more casual moment:
By the New England fiddle orchestra Childsplay, also featuring lots of familiar Maine faces:
From The Portland Edition: "The tune was composed in 1997 when Brunet was teaching at the Augusta Heritage festival in Elkins, W.Va., in a building called 'The Ice House', employed as a jam spot during the week. Brunet composed the first strain, then asked the group to complete the second strain, following his chords."