[SCA-Dance] Suggestions for 2 couple dances?
mhultin at mts.net
Fri Oct 10 10:08:17 EDT 2008
With the numbers you have, I would suggest Petit Vriens. It's a fairly easy
Italian dance, and for 3 people a set. It would work well with 2 lord and 1
lady per set.
Here's one source of instructions. There are others if you google about.
From: sca-dance-bounces at sca-dance.org
[mailto:sca-dance-bounces at sca-dance.org]On Behalf Of Elisabeth Fairchild
Sent: October 9, 2008 2:43 PM
To: sca-dance at sca-dance.org
Subject: [SCA-Dance] Suggestions for 2 couple dances?
Good afternoon! I am participating in a holiday Renaissance dinner theater
at a local university. We are hurting for dancers this year. As of right
now, we have 4 guys and 2 girls. So, unless we can get a few more people to
join up with us dancers (if you or anyone you know in the Dayton, Ohio area
would be interested in dancing for the show, contact me privately), we are
stuck with 2 couple dances. In the past, we have already done these two
couple dances: Rufty Tufty, Heartsease, Argeers, and Bizzaria (spelling?).
We'd like to do something different, rather than the same old thing.
Would anyone have a suggestion for a 2 couple dance or two that we could do?
Preferably English Country. We're also in need of finding an Italian dance
to do as the presentation dance. In the past, we've done Torneo Armoroso and
Rostiboli Gioso. Of the dancers in the show this year, I'm only one of two
who are SCA members. Out of the two of us, I'm the one with the most dance
experience. However, I know mostly 3 and 4 couple dances, or progression
Any suggestions would be wonderful!
Lady Elisabeth (Lynnaea) Fairchild
Please visit my at http://www.geocities.com/lynnaea_fairchild
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