Spree at Montague, The
DESCRIPTION: "There were a spree in Montague ... At a farmer's house." The fiddler could not play a good dance tune and blamed the fiddle. A second fiddler is called in and plays very well with the same fiddle. Moral: Invite fiddler number two to ensure a good dance.
AUTHOR: Patrick William Farrell
EARLIEST DATE: 1969 (Ives-DullCare)
KEYWORDS: vanity dancing fiddle party
FOUND IN: Canada(Mar)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Ives-DullCare, pp. 208-209, 255, "The Spree at Montague" (1 text, 1 tune)
John Farrell, "The Spree at Montague" (on MREIves01)
NOTES: Montague is on the east coast of Kings County, Prince Edward Island. - BS
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