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Furlong. PFD2.083, The

Found in Playford2(16-7-15).abc from the Chris Partington abc collection
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The Furlong. PFD2.083 = 110 4 6 The tune is to be play'd quite though twice. The 1st Cu lead up and back again, then lead out and in again; Then the 1st man and 2d Wo change places, and the 1st Wo and 2d man do the same and hands four all quite round, which brings the 1st Cu to the top; Then the 1st Cu back to back at the top, then turn with their right hands half round and back again with their left, then cross over the 2d Cu, and lead through to the top and cast off, and clap all four, five times, then hands all four quite round. www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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