Looking for dance sources

Colleen Putt

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Thanks beaucoup!
Cheers,
Colleen

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> > The dance by Barry Priddey is actually titled, somewhat macaronically,
> > "The Fete Champetre"
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> < Okay, I'll bite. What's "macaronically" mean? >
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> From www.dictionary.com....
> macaronic : involving a mixture of two or more languages
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> Jan
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> Beaconsfield, UK
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