Dances


Details for "Piper's Ash Reel"
(Chester)

NamePiper's Ash Reel
StyleNorthwest
Tradition (Cst) Chester
New dance ?yes
OriginChester City
Size of set8
HandsTwo short decorated sticks
Tunes
Referenceshttps://youtu.be/Gmmp37iHVas
Other NotesWritten in mid-1970s by Graham Proctor who was the first Squire of Chester City MM. Piper’s Ash is a small village on the outskirts of Chester, Cheshire
CodenCstPIPA
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Wakefield Yorkshire,UK (none)
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