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352Re: [CalontirDance] dance reconstruction criteria

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  • Carol O'Connell
    Jul 22, 2003
      In music performance, it's easier to score more points with a more complex
      piece. But you can receive extra points on a simple piece if it's ornamented
      in a period style.


      Conrad wrote:

      > Should a reconstruction of the most complex bransle be equal to the most
      > complex English Country Dance?
      > If yes will that allow people to score well using potentially easier dances?
      > If no would that hurt people who mostly study one era/local because the like
      > it, gasp, its their persona's?
      > Something has been done in this regard with costuming where theres an early,
      > middle and late period category.
      > Therefore a properly made norese dress can compete with a tudor dress.
      > So please discus this point :)
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