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X:1 T:La Flora M:2/4 L:1/8 S:Colclough - Tutor for the Irish Union Pipes (c. 1830) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G (B/c/) | (d/B/)(c/A/) G/g/f/e/ | [c/e/][B/d/][B/d/][B/d/] [Bd](c/B/) | A/c/e/d/ c/B/A/G/ | A/G/F/E/ DB/c/ | d/B/c/A/ G/g/f/e/ | e/d/d/d/ d/g/e/c/ | d/B/c/A/ B/G/A/F/ | GBG :| |: (c/B/) | B/[D/A/][D/A/][D/A/] [DA](B/c/) |e/d/d/d/ d/g/e/c/ | B/A/A/A/ A(B/c/) | e/d/d/d/ db/a/ | (g/b/)(f/a/) (e/g/)(d/f/) | (c/e/)(B/d/) (A/c/)(G/B/) | AA (A/G/)(A/B/) | GBG :||



FLORA, LA. AKA and see "Belles of South Boston (The)," "Favorite Hornpipe (2)," "Pain's First Set of Quadrilles Figure 2," "Queen of May (1) (The)." English, Country Dance. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. La Flora was the name of a cotillion set. Dance figures were published in E.H. Conway's Le Maitre de Danse (Art of Dancing Cotillons) published in New York in 1827. It is today a published Scottish Country Dance.


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Printed sources : - Colclough (Tutor for the Irish Union Pipes), c. 1830; p. 12.






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