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Drown Drowth. JJo1.122

Found in Johnson Vol1(Feb15).abc from the Chris Partington abc collection
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Drown Drowth. JJo1.122 = 100 8 9 Each strain twice. The 1st and 2d Cu. set all four and turn single Then both Cu. Back to back with their Partners Then the 1st Cu. cross over and turn, and the 2d Cu. cast off and turn Then hands all four quite round, and each turn their Partner www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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