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June 07, 2012


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Dearest Susan,
You are such a good dance historian, I am so impressed.
I'm now in Tallahassee, Florida for the foreseeable future, so I will need to be in touch after I graduate in December for advice on a starting a Vintage dance community here.
love you,

Is there any prerecorded music for these lovely quadrilles? Or do you have a reference for purchasing the correct sheet music for them?

Thank you for all the wonderful historic notes. We appreciate all your hard work!

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