[SCA-Dance] Greetings and question
donnghaile at gmail.com
Fri Feb 8 08:56:26 EST 2008
A lot of these dances go as late as 1790s.
On 2/7/08, Catriona A. Morganosa <catriona_a_morganosa at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Female Sailor is "way out of period"? I'm afraid I've learned many dances
> from an old master from almost two decades ago. The man has since gone on
> to become a Laurel of dance but he no longer does the dances he taught me.
> Although I have been told that progressive dances like Hole in the Wall and
> Well Hall are not period but I was never told when they were, or why they
> are taught and danced so vigorously within the SCA if they are taboo. Is it
> truly wrong to dance these dances? From the way some aficionados talk, it is
> the greatest travesty known to man to dance one of these.
> Stâpanâ Catriona Morganosa, OP
> "They can gnaw a man in half in 30 seconds."
> "Ew! Who times that?"
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