[SCA-Dance] dance video

Mary Railing mrailing at kiva.net
Tue Mar 25 13:33:19 EDT 2008

It has to be a modern choreography.  Except for being processional, it 
doesn't resemble the allemande in Orcheseography or the almans in the Inns 
of Court sources, much less a baroque allemande. Since this video appears 
to be European in origin, I doubt it's a Scadian dance. I'm not where I 
can look up sources, but I vaguely remember that Melusine Wood in one of her books 
had an "Estampie" choreography based on the steps of Turkeyony.  I suppose 
this might be it, or one of her other choreographies, but I can't check.   
You are unlikely to find the source of this choreography, unless whoever
 posted the video to YouTube knows and choses to comment on it.


On Sat, 22 Mar 2008, Cate wrote:

> Does anyone know which allmande this is?
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GOEAxvtc3o&feature=user
> Thanks,
> Cate
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