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8676

Re: Women in music

And he always has a program for a meeting when we need one - many not about music. He did recently give us a program on the subject he brought up - women in
colonialstitcher
8:07 PM
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8675

Re: Women in music

Mike is too modest. He - with or without Emily - play music for our unit during the year, especially at the Christmas Candlelight Nights event we do at the
colonialstitcher
8:03 PM
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8674

Re: Women in music

Oh, yes. I've played this on harp many times. I've got a volume "The Complete O'Carolan". Great suggestion - we could do this as a duet arrangement, too. Mike
Michael Goudket
Oct 17
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8673

Re: Women in music

My favorite, O'Carolans Fanny Power.  He wrote what were musical descriptions of people.  When I hear this piece of music played I see an older lady dressed
Sarah Lewis
Oct 17
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8672

Re: Women in music

Thank you, Billie A quick check of the "Coocoo's Nest" on the internet makes it a "Traditional Song" which was published in an undated broadside ballad... but
Michael Goudket
Oct 17
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8671

Re: Women in music

It's a bawdy Song... The Coocoo's nest. I don't know if it's going to fit into what you want though. I do know that there's a Packet of songs but I can't
bcrossman_100457
Oct 17
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8670

Re: Women in music

What a wonderful endeavor, Mike! Can't help with any selections, but I hope you will have the event recorded and posted to YouTube for the rest of us to
Linda Gasparini
Oct 17
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8669

Women in music

My music partner Emily and I are doing a short concert for a D. A. R. group entitled "Music By and About Women in Colonial Times". We've tracked down numerous
mgoudket@att.net
Oct 17
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8668

Re: Document

I'm guessing this is spam, a spoofed e-mail. We don't allow attachments on this list, so no worries there. -Carol (Moderator) ... From: 18cLife@yahoogroups.com
carolkocian
Oct 16
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8667

Document

​I have attached a PDF document for your review. Please let me know your opinion and suggestions if any. This document is protected. Thank you. [Non-text
Lisa Jillani, PAVE
Oct 16
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8666

18 cent Cooking Videos

Most of you probably know about these cooking videos but they are a great source and thought I'd share for anyone who hasn't seen them. Tara
optimumdiesel
Sep 25
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8665

Re: Tablecloths

That's a good idea, thanks!! And thanks to everyone for responding! :)
Mary Johns
Sep 9
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8664

Re: Tablecloths

Another thing - you could search museum databases for 18th century napkins, as there seems to be more extant napkins than tablecloths. As they tended to come
annacarin_betzen
Sep 8
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8663

Re: Tablecloths

Mary For what its worth, when I take my mobile store to reenactment events, I cover my modern collapsible tables. I use a pillow ticking design by Waverly
John White
Sep 6
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8662

Re: Tablecloths

This is from Oxfordshire, in "A Catalogue of the Genuine and Entire Houshold Furniture of William Holman" (1745), page 17
annacarin_betzen
Sep 6
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