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Re: Proposal for Coronation: Comments Requested

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  • Constantia/Rachel
    I also second Confesse. It s one of the lesser-known ones (isn t it?) and it d be a great teaching opportunity. -Constantia K. ... Requested
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      I also second Confesse. It's one of the lesser-known ones (isn't it?)
      and it'd be a great teaching opportunity.

      -Constantia K.

      --- In CalontirDance@yahoogroups.com, "Cathus and Rowan" <rowan@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > Some of the more popular English Country dances we've done are
      > Confesse, Mage on a Cree, and Bobbing Jo (the 'snap and change' one).
      > :-)
      >
      > I'd wouldn't mind seeing more choices on the Coroso list. Why not ask
      > the musicians for a list of the dances that they'd be able to play if
      > asked?
      >
      > Unfortunately we're not going to be there - it looks like a great ball.
      >
      > - Cathus
      >
      >
      > --- In CalontirDance@yahoogroups.com, Tsire Tuzevo <tsire@> wrote:
      > >
      > > Wahoo, I'm glad I'm already planning to attend this one. This is
      > quite an ambitious plan and I'm excited to see it go forward.
      > >
      > > In keeping with your request for suggestions, here's my two and a
      > half cents.
      > >
      > > It may be worth asking Cathus and Rowan for some of their newer
      > English Country reconstructions, I'm blanking on the names but they're
      > quite nice. (Cathus, Rowan , Help, what's the snap and change one??)
      > >
      > > Please leave the out of period dances for the pick up dancing and
      > out of the set list. These include:
      > > Korobushka
      > > Calontir BranslePavane (which one - many are very very modern and
      > made up)Quen Quer Que (tertiary research experiment on a Cantiga
      > format- ask it's creator Sion if you'd like more info)Salterello: La
      > Regina
      > >
      > > For personal tastes I'd replace:
      > > Bella Gioioso with Villanella, Washerwomans Bransle with any
      > non-mimed bransle, and Nonesuch with a root canal.
      > >
      > > Most of all I'm just glad you're taking this on and that there will
      > be dancing at two coronations in a row. Woot!
      > >
      > > Tsire
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > > To: CalontirDance@: c.mortika@: Fri, 8 Aug 2008 15:46:18
      > +0000Subject: [CalontirDance] Proposal for Coronation: Comments
      Requested
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > > So, in the evening of Luther & Maerwynn's coronation, in Their Shire
      > ofDeodar, we'll be holding a dance ball.Here's what I'd like to try.
      > I'm posting this proposal here, and,based on any suggestions you folks
      > might have, I'll be disseminating amore polished announcement to a
      > wider audience on Monday or so.There are three sets, each taking about
      > an hour. Afterwards, there'llbe pick-up dancing and requests.SET
      > ONE:Set One is intended to be dance-novice friendly. People who
      > haven'tdanced (or danced much) before should be able to walk away with
      > apositive experience. We can achieve that by getting them
      > comfortableenough with a few dances that they can get past the
      > "learning stage" oftrying to remember the next steps, and actually
      > dance. This set shouldconsist mostly of well-known favorites, but it
      > might also include a newdance. All dances will be taught.* Official
      > Bransle* Black Almain* Petit Riens* Gathering Peascods* Rufty Tufty*
      > My Lady CullenSET TWO:The middle set is a "standard" dance ball. There
      > may be some newdances, but not many. Most dances will be reviewed
      > beforehand, but notall. In all, we'll probably get through about eight
      > dances.* Rostiboli Gioioso* Sellenger's Round* Picking of Sticks* Ly
      > Bens* Calontir Bransle* Heralds in Love* PiantoneSET THREE:Set Three
      > is a "Caroso-style" ball. A Caroso ball is, in some ways,the analogue
      > of a bardic circle. People take turns leading. Sometimesthe leader
      > starts a song / dance where everybody joins in, and sometimesyou'll
      > see a a piece with just a couple or two on the dance floor,
      > andeverybody else actively watching the performance. To accomodate a
      > liveband, the request list needs to be restricted to, say, 20 or so
      > dances:* Ballo di Fiore (will start)* Amoroso* Bella Gioiosa*
      > Chestnut* Gelosia* Gracca Amorosa* Heart's Ease* Korobushka* Maltese
      > Bransle* Montarde Bransle* Nonesuch* Pavane* Quen Quer Que*
      > Salterello: La Regina* Vita di Cholino* Washerwoman's BransleHelp me
      > out. What dances need to be added, or switched
      > around?--Christian[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      > >
      > >
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