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  • Dianna Shipman

    Dianna Shipman Oct. 5, 2001, 5:09 p.m. (Message 27766)

    Re: Wee Cooper of Fife

    Before I look up where to purchase "The Cooper's Wife" I'd like to find out
    generally what it's like and whether it's a fun dance or one of those we'll
    try once and shelf forevermore :-)
    Thanks,
    Dianna
    Houston, Texas
    
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Alan Paterson" <xxxxx@xxxxxxx.xx>
    To: <xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx>
    Sent: Friday, October 05, 2001 9:35 AM
    Subject: Re: Wee Cooper of Fife
    
    
    | Carl Dreher wrote:
    | >
    | > The original title for this 10-bar dance, as told to me by Tavish Tavish
    | > ("it's not McTavish...that means son-of-Tavish...I'm the first!") the
    | > 200-year old Scottish Country Dancer, is
    | >
    | >            "Weird Couple 'o Fives"
    | >
    | > Just thought you historians would want to know this.
    |
    | Not to mention us database maintainers...
    |
    | Alan
    |
    | P.S. Planning on dancing "The Cooper's Wife" this evening. Not QUITE as
    simple
    | looking as Ron has implied, but, as it is a John Mitchell effort, it
    wouldn't
    | be, would it?
    |
          

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