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LACH-QUADRILLE. German. The air was collected in southwestern Pennsylvania by Bayard [1981] from a fiddler called Moore. "For what it might be worth," he says, Moore was of German descent, the family name originally being Mohr.

Source for notated version: John C. Moore, elderly fiddler from Indiana County, southwestern Pa., 1948 [Bayard].

Printed sources: Bayard (Dance to the Fiddle, March to the Fife), 1981; No. 131, p. 72 (as an untitled reel). Boehme (Geschichte des Tanzes in Deutschland), 1886; No. 283, p. 177.

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