Bourrée Piccadilly

Piccadill is a sort of 17th-century lacework used in collars. When this dance was published by Playford in 1665, the street in London was called Portugal Street, but a lot of piccadills were sold there.

It has nothing to do with the tasty yellow sandwich filling of unknown content.

Published by

Graham Lee

Plays the tunes.

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