Alasdair Graham April 18, 2006, 12:56 p.m. (Message 45073)
Re: Instruction and music for the "Irish Washerwoman."
Ian / Olga, There is music at http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~wrinnes/bagpipe.tex/samples/Washer.pdf and http://www.sheetmusicdigital.com/pdf/5/8/2/19000285.pdf and http://www.blackflute.com/music/tunes/jigs/irishww.html and http://www.fionasplace.net/Irishmusic.html and http://www.users.csbsju.edu/~eknuth/mandotab/washerxx.html Also instructions for the round-the-room version are at http://www.lloydshaw.org/Catalogue/cue%20sheets/Washerwoman.htm I have only heard of this dance as a "mixer dance" and not a "set dance". Alasdair Graham Dumbarton, Scotland. Looking for a dance? Call up http://ceilidh.members.beeb.net/ to see if something suits. Ceilidh Dance Pages Country Dance Page & Newsletter. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ian Brockbank" <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Hi All, > > I've just had this request. Although I know the tune, I'm not familiar > with > the dance. Can anyone help? > > Thanks, > > Ian Brockbank > Edinburgh, Scotland _____ > > From: Olga Schimmer [mailto:email@example.com] > Sent: 13 April 2006 19:24 > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Instruction and music for the "Irish Washerwoman." > > > Hi, > > I had instructions and music on how to teach the square dance "The Irish > Washerwoman," but I have lost both. I am teaching children square and > folk > dancing from international country, and I always remember how much I > enjoyed > this parrticular dance. > > Will you send me any information on how to get the music and steps for > this > dance. > > Thanks, > > Olga I. Schimmer > >