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Music from Scoot Dances, Troyls, Furrys and Tea Treats - The Cornish Dance Tradition by Merv, Alison and Jowdy Davey

These tunes are selected from recordings made for the An-Daras Cornish folk arts project and accompany the book Scoot Dances, Troyls, Furrys and Tea Treats – the Cornish Dance Tradition by Merv, Alison and Jowdy Davey.

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