Picnic at Groshaut, The
DESCRIPTION: The ladies prepare the picnic "upon the teagrounds at Gros Haut" but it rains until noon. "If it wasn't a success, 'twas a frolic nonetheless" The picnic is rescheduled for the next day with cider-drinking, dancing, and "scuffles" meanwhile.
AUTHOR: Lawrence Doyle
EARLIEST DATE: 1968 (Ives-DullCare)
KEYWORDS: fight dancing drink music party
FOUND IN: Canada(Mar)
REFERENCES (2 citations):
Dibblee/Dibblee, pp. 14-15, "The Picnic at Gros Haut" (1 text, 1 tune)
Ives-DullCare, pp. 178-179,253, "The Picnic at Groshaut" (1 text, 1 tune)
Arthur Cahill, "The Picnic at Groshaut" (on MREIves01)
NOTES [11 words]: Groshaut is in the northeast corner of Kings, Prince Edward Island - BS
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