- Dancers neophyte, casual, and hardcore are invited to celebrate a
quarter-century of Calontir with a Ball in the evening, and dance
during the day.
The Ball pieces are mostly simple but all fun: Bransles, Italian,
and English Country dances are featured.
What will be taught during the day will depend on the teacher,
the students, guests, and requests. There will be an in-room teacher
present, but if you'd like to teach a dance, please bring sheet music
or a CD and show up in the classroom and see if others are interested.
Here's the loose plan:
10:30 a.m., later if necessitated by court: Random Newcomer Dances,
by Lady Hanne and Constantia Kaloethes
11:30 a.m. : Ball Review, taught by Lady Azenari
12:30-1:30 p.m., lunch break
1:30 p.m. : Miscellaneous Dance, hosted/taught by TBA
2:30 p.m. : Bransles or Almains, taught by Master Philippe
After Feast: Ball
Official's Bransle, Ly Bens Distonys, Anello, Jenny Pluck Pears, My Lady
Kick the Tassel (to Maltese Bransle), Black Alman, Ballo del Fiore,
Gathering Peasecods, Amoroso, Bransle suite (Pease, Cassandra, Scots),
Tangle Bransle, Horses' Bransle, Rufty Tufty, Heralds in Love
--Lady Ingeborg Ulfsdottir, Jubilee dance steward
- --- In CalontirDance@yahoogroups.com, "ingeborgbildrbriotr" <alianoraree@...> wrote:
> Dancers neophyte, casual, and hardcore are invited to celebrate aWill there be a music practice?
> quarter-century of Calontir with a Ball in the evening, and dance
> during the day.
who would want to schedule around it, if there were one