Trinity Tensome - Jig or Reel?

Malcolm Austen

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On Fri, 02 Dec 2011 01:22:45 -0000, Eric Ferguson <x.xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xx>
wrote:

> I can find no reference to this dance in the 6th, 7th, 8th and
> Supplement to 8th editions of "Pilling". In which "Pilling" did you
> find it?

I'd better apologise then ;-) - I must have looked at home and typed at
work and been fooled by my old notes which are in a pale green notebook
using Pilling notation. I would have looked in the 8th edition and
supplement so I cannot have found anything that isn't in your copy!

Still, the error of listing it as a Jig is a long standing one as I
believe my notes date from the late 70s or early 80s. Most of my notes in
this 'private supplement' are now in the later editions of Pilling, I
wonder why TT did not make it in.

= Malcolm, Harwell SCDC

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