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Rides wanted from Albuquerque to Sierra Vista for Atenveldt Kingdom A&S, this weekend

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  • Barbara Krege
    At Atenveldt s Kingdom A&S this weekend in Sierra Vista, Arizona, there are some wonderful court dance classes, all day Saturday and all day Sunday, 4/3 & 4/4,
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      At Atenveldt's Kingdom A&S this weekend in Sierra Vista, Arizona, there
      are some wonderful court dance classes, all day Saturday and all day
      Sunday, 4/3 & 4/4, as well as a lot of other A&S classes.

      I have two, possibly three individuals who would like to go to this
      event, leaving Friday afternoon, from Albuquerque, who are seeking
      transportation. One of them has a parent who lives in Sierra Vista,
      so crash space would be available for everyone and they would be
      willing to help with gasoline expenses.

      This event is being held in the Barony of Mons Tonitrus.

      For complete information about this event, please visit this event
      website:
      http://www.geocities.com/monstonitrus/calendar/ans2004.html

      If you are interested in driving and providing rides, please contact
      me at krege@... or 505-293-7453 as soon as possible.

      Below is the court dance class schedule for this event.

      Yours in service to the dream,
      Lady Barbara, al-Barran



      Here is the schedule of the court dance classes for Saturday and Sunday:


      Saturday Room 305A


      Time Class

      10-11 Introduction to Western European Dance
      Meistres Julian ferch Rhys
      A general overview of what we know about Western European dance.
      Designed to give the student an idea of dance styles and forms which
      may further interest them.


      11-12 Beginning 15th Century Italian Dance
      Lady Katheline van Weye
      An introductory class to the styles and footwork of 15th century
      Italian dance. Will include Amoroso, Petit Vriens and Rostiboli
      Gioioso.


      1-2 16th Century French Dance - Arbeau
      Lady Katheline van Weye
      Arbeau. A look at the dances found in Arbeau - bransles, pavanes and
      so on.


      2-3 English Country Dance
      Grandfathered in, the dances of this class are first noted in 1651.
      However, they are among the most popular dances done in the SCA and
      include such favorites as Hearts Ease, Rufty Tufty and Upon a
      Summer's Day.


      3-4 Coordinating Dance with Live Musicians
      Mistress Isabeau della Farfalla and Master Wallace le Casse
      "Dance is only enhanced by the presence of live musicians. Come speak
      to some members of the Atenveldt College of Musicians and learn about
      coordinating choreographs with music, dancers with players."


      4-5 The Old Measures
      Lady Katheline van Weye
      England had dance in the 16th century too! This class will introduce
      the student to the series of dances taught in and around the Inns of
      Court and other great London institutions of learning.


      SUNDAY Room 305A

      Time Class

      10-11 Beginning 16th Century Italian Dance
      An introductory class on the slightly more complex dances of 16th
      century Italy. The student will be introduced to some new dance forms
      and some new steps. We will be looking primarily at the dances of
      Fabritio Caroso.

      11-12 Dance Reconstruction
      You've seen the dances, now come try your hand and putting them
      together yourself! A dance from a period source will be chosen, and
      class participants will learn the process of reconstruction by
      working it out for themselves. If the dance chosen is from a foreign
      repertoire, the class shall be provided English translations to work
      from.

      12-1 Intermediate 15th Century Italian Dance


      1-2 Galliards
      Galliards were one of the most popular dance styles of the 16th
      century. Queen Elizabeth scandalized Europe by dancing them with
      Robert Dudley. Her father, Henry VIII, was enamoured of the style, as
      it allowed him to show off his machismo (and his rather shapely
      legs!). In this class, students will be introduced to the basics of
      galliards. It's all improvisation - you can't get it wrong!


      2-3 Dance Etiquette, Improvisation and Ornamentation
      Meistres Julian ferch Rhys
      Dance isn't just about the choreography A large part of Western
      European dance was improvisational - even in the midst of carefully-
      constructed choreographies ! In this class, we will have a gander at
      the various forms of ornamentation available to a dancer and learn
      how to flesh out a dance performance. We will also look at manner and
      mannerisms as related to the successful performance of period dance
      in a period style.


      3-4 Intermediate 16th Century Italian Dance
      This session will take a look at Cesare Negri, Caroso's partner-in-
      crime.

      4-5 Dance Class Redux
      This will be a walk-in session where any dance-related questions
      will, hopefully, be answered. It is intended that anyone who is
      interested in dance and/or wishes further help towards an Estrella
      entry will use this session to pick the brains of the attending dance
      instructors.
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