[SCA-Dance] SCA Created Dances
Michael L. Squires
mikes at siralan.org
Thu Apr 29 13:30:51 EDT 2010
When I left Mynydd Seren in 1984 I don't remember doing palming; it
was part of the dance when I returned in 1990, at least among some
dancers. The source is obviously the Manschafte, which was still
being danced at the time. I know I started inserting reverences
into some of the passages because the music left too much empty
space after the steps were completed; this happened before 1984.
On Thu, 29 Apr 2010, Lisa Marx wrote:
> We also danced Hole in the Wall in a couple of different colonial dance groups, here is Alaska as well as in NC and Tennessee, also without the bowing. The local custom in our "home" colonial dance group in North Carolina was to step in one step, pivoting to come side-by-side as a couple (facing away from the set) before casting, mostly to use up time. I admit I have never seen palming with this dance, neither in colonial or SCA settings...so I'm curious in what areas that has become the tradition.
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