[SCA-Dance] slip steps and German evidence

Alex Clark alexbclark at pennswoods.net
Sat Mar 15 10:45:56 EDT 2008

At 09:16 PM 3/14/2008 -0700, Lisa Marx wrote:
>I've been looking at woodcuts of dance from Germany in the first half of 
>the 16th century.  So far most of them are peasants, not nobility, with an 
>occasional noble joining in.  That said, the dances look amazingly like 
>the Old Measures, and begin with goosestep-like processions of what I'm 
>guessing are doubles. . . .

Is it possible that what they're doing is greves, ou peids en l'air sans sauts?

Henry of Maldon/Alex Clark 

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