Well this should be easy.
NY Ren Band - Country Capers: Only problem with it is that the songs are 'bundled' so it can be a pain to cue the one you want
Music Subteranea - two nice CDs but I think the first (and more usefull one IMHO) is out of print
Tape of Dance 2-4: Good selections,good versions, support Letter of Dance
Inns of Court: for all the pavans and almans
These are the four titles that I pull out most often. Dragon Scale Concert also has a very nice CD out with beautiful - but a bit slow for dancing - tunes on it. And Companions of St Cecilia is probably pulled out almost as often as the Tapes of Dance.
Obtaining CDs: Even easier.
Tomes and Tunes carries a nice bundle of the Tape of Dance CDs and a few others, Conrad has burned a couple of nice mixes from various sorces, and Eric burns CDs and sells them at near cost to the SCA dance community. Go to http://sca.uwaterloo.ca/~praetzel/CD-offer.html
Hope this helps.
>Greetings and Salutations,
> I am Breichiol map LLudd o Fannauc, usually known as Mableth. My
>family and I reside in Shadowdale. I have been dancing in the SCA for
>23 years after starting in the then incipient college of Gnomountain
>in Calontir then a Region of the Midrealm. My lady-wife is named
>Sigrid, who may very well post on her own. We met at a mundane
>English country dance. We ran the most recent North East Calontir
>regional dance practice.
>I could use better dance music up here. Most of my current resources
>are on tape, and getting old from too many events. I am looking both
>for recommendations for which CD's to buy to support dances commonly
>danced in Calontir, and for a source for travelling dance CD's. I
>don't have the ability to burn CD's.
>I also want to thank Tsire for telling me about this list. Somehow I
>had never realized that it existed. I subscribed to the SCA dance
>list for a while, but left because there just wasn't very much useful
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