Canadian Boy Choir Costumes: Petits Chanteurs de Tracy

Figure 1.--This Canadian choir, Les Petits Chanteurs de Tracy shows the French influence, although the French Canadian boys did not wear the white kneesocks worn by most French choirs.

HBC has little information on this choir yet. We do know that the choir is located in Tracy, Quebec. I don't know about the current situation, but we have a post card with the boys wearing white turtle kneck sweaters and the younger boys wearing shorts and knee socks.

Christopher Wagner

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Created: September 7, 2001
Last updated: September 7, 2001