[SCA-Dance] Modern Music for Renaissance Dances

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Mon Jan 14 09:16:03 EST 2008

> Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 12:39:31 +0900> From: vertragis at arach.net.au> To: sca-dance at sca-dance.org> Subject: [SCA-Dance] Modern Music for Renaissance Dances> > They were onto something in A Knight's Tale. Golden Years is great for > most pavans, we especially like the Earl of Salisbury. > If you're into bootscooting, the Bear Dance works well to Devil Went > Down to Georgia. > The Queen's Allemande works well with YMCA. You do the YMCA hand > movements in the 4 doubles part ending with smacking your partner's hand > to make both sides of the "A".> Boney M's Rasputin is good for the Korobuska, nice Russian theme.> The theme song from the Smurfs is almost the same as the tune for > Goddesses. Did you know there is a techno remix of the Smurf's theme? > It's a bit hard to dance to in places though.> > > > ________________________________________________________________> To send mail to the entire list, be sure sca-dance at sca-dance.org is listed> in the To line of any response.> > To Unsubscribe send mail to: sca-dance-request at sca-dance.org> ________________________________________________________________
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