Shiftin' Bobbins

Anselm Lingnau

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Murray Wilson <xxxxx@xx.xxx.xx> writes:

> I use a tape by Drummond Cook, "Tae Gar Ye Loup" and think that
> the music makes the dance.

Shiftin' Bobbins must be one of the most-recorded dances, and of the
five or so versions that I have I also think Drummond Cook's recording
takes the cake.

Anselm
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