- Jun 3, 1999
> I've been meaning to tell you what a great job I thought you did on theThanks, and thanks for playing.
> Crown ball.
BTW, do you remember the name of the other lady who joined you?
I think she's from Forgotten Sea.
> The dances were appropriate (ie, very few oop :) )That depends on who you talk too, I guess your not in the don't
count 1st playford crowd.
I think your more forgiving that I was of myself after KWDS
Caroligian Pavan --- SCA choreography, reasonably period like Calontir Bransle --- SCA choreography, sort of period like Sellengers Round --- ECD and not even 1st edition Angus Reel --- Don't know where this came from Korobushka --- 1930's broadway Hole In the Wall --- ECD (1st) Mannschaft Pavan --- SCA choreography, sort of period like Heralds in Love --- SCA choreography, very of period like Horses Bransle --- Arbeau Petit Vriens --- 15th Cen Itialian Scotland the Brave --- SCA/ Modern Trenchmore --- A reel?
Mostly I just wanted to get people there. I'll try to sneek in a new dance
two every time.
About 5-6 people there knew a good amount of stuff (i.e. could have done it
without traching/cueing. Most of them would have been there reguardless.
About half of the others seemed to do only whant the knew/remembered
the rest learned it at the ball.
> I will always prefer dancing (and playing forwent
>dance) on firm smooth surfaces, but since that wasn't available, it
>great!Actually I love dancing on a good grass field. Of course their are
some things I wouldn't wabt to do there. But how often do we do 16th
>I truly appreciate the work you went to in finding the music andhaving
>live musicians.Actually having live musicians at the ball was much easier.
Among all the other advantages, I haven't ever seen a voice activated
boom box, yet :)
P.S. Its rumored that SS is putting in a bid for Queen's Prize.
I think that might be a good venue for a ball.
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