462Re: [CalontirDance] Wha's up?
- Aug 30, 2004Yeah--I could learn Ly Bens. It would be a nice change of pace from (my
all-time, but dangerous on wet ground, favorite--Petit Riens).
From: "Valdemar & Constantia" <ironfist@...>
Date: Sat, 28 Aug 2004 20:10:03 -0500
To: "Calontirdance" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [CalontirDance] Wha's up?
So I basically just wrote to chat.
I got some music ideas to throw around.
Conna and Katriana have been playing ball music for years and know much of
it by heart, without reading it.
Even I, who avoid most ball settings, know most of it by heart now.
So does Lucia.
That's four musicians right there. I would be willing to bet Neathery knows
a bunch by heart.
I am sure there are more.
So, you dance people, what are your top twenty dance picks for roving dance
This is about Lilies mostly, but, Gosh Darn - we could do it at ANY war!
You know, I'm thinking dances that are easiest to do/teach in a
low-lighting, unpaved and possibly low sobrietied environment.
Memorization of the most desirable songs would
make roving dance parties a bit more spontaneous for us musicians, by far.
What ya say musicians? Dancers?
I'm counting on dancers for song suggestions, and musicians for general
input on do-ability and interest.
Anybody got anything out there for me?
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