[SCA-Dance] Dit de Bourgignon
mrailing at kiva.net
Sun Feb 26 16:11:28 EST 2006
It is a modern choreography, an early effort by Ingrid Brainhard. (We all
had to somewhere.) A old SCA-dance post says that the citation is in the
old East Kingdom Dance Manual. I seem to remember seeing this, along with
the name of the person who was teaching it in the SCA in some of my dance
notes, but I sure can't find it now. Some old Carolingian will surely know.
>Many years ago, I was taught the dance "Dit de
>Bourgignon" by Duchess Diana Alene. I still have the
>music and the choreography, but I can't find where
>this dance came from. Is it a period dance, or is it
>modern choreography? Could anyone give me information
>about this? Thanks.
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