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  • Rowan of Three Rivers
    What you mean I won t have to carry around a full box of CDs?!? ;) Excuse all spelling: Belle Qui Pavan (Carolingian)- The easiest of the pavans IMHO Petite
    Message 1 of 5 , Mar 29, 2002
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      What you mean I won't have to carry around a full box of CDs?!? ;)

      Excuse all spelling:
      Belle Qui Pavan (Carolingian)- The easiest of the pavans IMHO
      Petite Riens - probably the easiest of the italians (start them early!)
      several branles - good ones that you can even teach at a demo. Probably Maltese, and Horses, maybe Montard or Tangle.
      Calontir Branle!
      several EC - On a summers day (although I find it boring), maybe Black nag. Ack! brain fumble! The one that goes "ladies go in while the men go out and back to the circle again, step to the left step to the right and turn around again...".
      A couple of the "but everyone does them" 'ethnic' dances, probably Korobushka and maybe Angus Reel.
      At least one progression dance - sorry, it would have to be hole in the wall.

      I'll probably think of more later
      Rowan

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      From: "Sauer, Michael F." <sauerm@...>
      Reply-To: CalontirDance@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2002 13:32:18 -0600

      >Greeting everyone
      >
      >As some of you may know I am in the process
      >of producing dance music CD so that good quality,
      >music is available for dancing.
      >
      >Instead of making one CD of ECD, one of Italian
      >etc. I've decided to do one of intro/easy dances,
      >one of intermediate and one of advanced - then go
      >from there.
      >
      >Here's where I need your help. I'm doing the intro
      >one first. I want to have some copies ready for
      >Coronation. I've got most of the stuff on my
      >computer.
      >
      >This is where you all com in!
      >
      >What dances would you like to see on
      >and intro to medieval/renaissance dance CD?
      >
      >Conrad
      >
      >
      >
      >
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      >

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    • Katriana
      At 03:58 PM 3/29/02 -0500, Rowan wrote: What you mean I won t have to carry around a full box of CDs?!? ;) Doesn t help me any :-)several EC - On a summers
      Message 2 of 5 , Mar 29, 2002
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        At 03:58 PM 3/29/02 -0500, Rowan wrote:
        >What you mean I won't have to carry around a full box of CDs?!? ;)
        Doesn't help me any :-)

        >several EC - On a summers day (although I find it boring), maybe Black
        >nag. Ack! brain fumble! The one that goes "ladies go in while the men go
        >out and back to the circle again, step to the left step to the right and
        >turn around again...".
        Sellinger's Round, I think

        katriana



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      • Christian Cepel
        Let me know if you d like access to two 3:1 standalone duplicators so you can make about 50 copies in an hour ... //Christian M. Cepel - Bomby - Philippe
        Message 3 of 5 , Mar 29, 2002
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          Let me know if you'd like access to two 3:1 standalone duplicators so you
          can make about 50 copies in an hour

          On Fri, 29 Mar 2002, Sauer, Michael F. wrote:

          > Greeting everyone
          >
          > As some of you may know I am in the process
          > of producing dance music CD so that good quality,
          > music is available for dancing.
          >
          > Instead of making one CD of ECD, one of Italian
          > etc. I've decided to do one of intro/easy dances,
          > one of intermediate and one of advanced - then go
          > from there.
          >
          > Here's where I need your help. I'm doing the intro
          > one first. I want to have some copies ready for
          > Coronation. I've got most of the stuff on my
          > computer.
          >
          > This is where you all com in!
          >
          > What dances would you like to see on
          > and intro to medieval/renaissance dance CD?
          >
          > Conrad
          >
          >
          >
          >
          > Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
          >
          >
          >

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        • Keith McClune (Guillaume de Gonzac)
          Hi there: As it happens, I have a list of dances that I use for introductory / basic dance classes: Amoroso Anello Gelosia Leoncello Vecchio Petite Vriens
          Message 4 of 5 , Mar 29, 2002
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            Hi there:

            As it happens, I have a list of dances that I use for introductory /
            basic dance classes:

            Amoroso
            Anello
            Gelosia
            Leoncello Vecchio
            Petite Vriens

            Lauro
            Casulle la Novelle

            Carolingian Pavan ("Belle Qui Tienne Ma Vie")
            Galliard and simple variations (cinq pas, 'bell' step)

            Lorayne Alman
            Queen's Alman
            Black Alman

            Ballo del Fiore in duo
            The Pinwheel Game from "La Caccia d'Amore"

            Branle Cassandre (in a suite)
            Branle Pinagay (in a suite)
            Branle Charlotte (alone or in the suite)
            Branle D'Ecosse (Scott's)
            Branle Des Lavandieres (Washerwoman's)
            Branle Des Pois (Peas)
            Branle du Chandelier (Candlestick)
            Branle Chevaulx (Horses)
            Branle de la Montarde

            Black Nag
            Gathering Peascods
            Grimstock
            Heart's Ease
            Jenny Pluck Pears
            Rufty Tufty
            Upon A Summer's Day

            All thirty probably won't fit on one CD :) I select from the list depending
            on the theme for the class - sometimes they're all from one era, sometimes I
            do a sampler of one from each era. The list is a bit heavy with branles,
            but they are easy, aren't they? (The other Old Measures are so easy I don't
            even bother with them except as a suite, which isn't so easy.)

            Keith / Guillaume S:}>
            Denver, CO / Caerthe, Outlands

            "Sauer, Michael F." wrote:
            >
            > Greeting everyone
            >
            > ...
            > What dances would you like to see on
            > and intro to medieval/renaissance dance CD?
            >
            > Conrad
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