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Cank(?) Assembly. PFD3.091

Found in Playford3(16-7-15).abc from the Chris Partington abc collection
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Cank(?) Assembly. PFD3.091 = 100 Longways for as many as will. Note: Each Strain twice. First Man Sett to the second Woman, then both turn round single, then turn one another, and the first Man cast off below the second Couple .| The first Man and second Woman do the same, then first Woman cast off below the second Woman :| The first Couple go Hands across quite round with the third couple, then lead up round the second couple into the second couples place :| Then Right and Left with the second couple and turn Partners :| www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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