Get ahold of Luc LaRoche, he's in France, near Reins. Either he calls the
dance or knows someone who does.
Google should do it, since he advertises as a school resident-artist.
David Carpenter in Cabot, VT (802-563-3225) has his skype address.
I'm posting on behalf of southern California musician Ned Boyer, who
plays in several French Canadian-oriented bands. Ned is looking for the
dance figures that traditionally have accompanied the tune "La
Cardeuse." He's tracked down a book that has two versions of the
dance, but hasn't been able to get his hands on the book itself (La Danse
Traditionelle Dans L'Est du Canada, Simonne Voyer, Presses de
l'Universite Laval, 1986). Can anyone help with figures for La Cardeuse,
whether from the Simonne Voyer book or otherwise?
Jeremy Korr (Rancho Cucamonga, CA)
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