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  • Greetings to the list... I hope that I would not be presuming too much to post a rough list of dance classes scheduled for the upcoming Estrella War. Classes will run from 10am - 5 or 6pm, Thursday through Saturday. There will also be a ball Friday night, and open dancing in the grand court pavillion every night apart from that. Thursday: Introduction to Dancing Teaching Beginners...
    kirstenng Feb 7, 2002
  • Greetings from Lady Julian ferch Rhys, Minister of Dance for the kingdom of Atenveldt (and former Calontiri...). Now I know there are some of you who are planning to come out to Estrella this next year. :) And I know you'd love to teach a dance class. :) Now's your chance! :) We've still got room on the schedule for a few more dance classes.... If you're interested, please do...
    kgarner1@ix.netcom.com Nov 16, 2001
  • Greetings to the list... The Estrella War next year is the 13-18 of February in Phoenix, AZ. We are hoping, if it is at all possible, to have a fully-fledged Dance Collegium as part of the overall A&S Collegium. In aid to this, I am asking anyone who is interested in teaching a dance class to please email me at julian@^$1. All types of dance and all levels of class are welcome...
    kgarner1@ix.netcom.com Sep 10, 2001
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  • Just a quick note.. > Pavans: > Mannschaft Pavan (SCA somewhat period style) > Carloingian Pavan (SCA dance to music from Arbeau) > Earl of Salisbury Pavan (Arbeau) Earl of Salisbury is not Arbeau. It's a really bizarre modern rendering of Quadran pavan (Inns of Court) to some 16th-century Italian music. :) Julian
    Kirsten Garner May 8, 2000
  • Hi again... :) > Ok so I cheated and went to the known world dance symposium last year :) Next time... well, maybe if it ever gets out this way. I don't know if I can afford Boston. :) > Show up and teach. Its easy to just start teaching from scratch then > if you have a moderately active group of dances who know what they like > and like what they know. That's what I've been doing...
    Kirsten Garner May 8, 2000
  • Hi all.. > > All this talk about Lillies makes me wish I could actually get there > > this year! :) > > Hrumph! I came out to your war ;) I know, bad Julian. :) Just mark it down to another instance of Tristram and I avoiding each other. ;) > > PS: Conrad - last count was 121 dances! Where are you? ;) > > That you know? Have music for? That I know, can dance and have music for...
    Kirsten Garner May 8, 2000
  • Hi! :) >> two-person version of Petit Riens > Oooh... feel like shareing? I'm curious now If you go to amazon.co.uk, they have a re-issue of a CD called "A la Ferrarese" which has that version on it. It's also got music you can use for Patience, Cupido and Dampnes. :) > So I hear! It actually gives one a sense of hope! I really think more people > would enjoy Italian if they would...
    Kirsten Garner May 5, 2000
  • Hi all. :) > I couldn't agree more. It's one of my 'personal crusade' dances that I wish > would become an SCA standard. It's also one of only two Italian dances that > my > (overwhelmingly open and wonderful) dancers request (the other being Petit > Riens, although I'm winning them over with Dolce Amoroso Fiamma). I've got a two-person version of Petit Vriens which I occasionally...
    Kirsten Garner May 5, 2000
  • Hi Conrad (et all..) All this talk about Lillies makes me wish I could actually get there this year! :) > Tentatively I'd like to do between 4 and 6 dances depending on time and how > quickly people learn: Rosti Boli and 1-2 other 15th c. balli, Dolche Amoroso > Fiamma, Bizzaria d'Amore and/or one other 16th century (maybe Villanella?). > Some of these I would classify as intro...
    Kirsten Garner May 3, 2000