[SCA-Dance] looking for a few good dances to start our group

Kelley Rambo Kelley_Rambo at antiochne.edu
Fri May 9 09:15:48 EDT 2008

Here's the booklet:

Tim McDaniel <tmcd at panix.com> writes:
>On Thu, 8 May 2008, saporling2 <saporling2 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> where do you find the instructions for these?
>I use the Terpsichore at the Tower cheat-sheet booklet.  I know
>someone who downloaded it, but I can't find it right now.
>Often, though, they only help me if I already know the dance and need
>a reminder.
>> & are there any others that are simple for beginners?
>I've always been fond of Half Hannigan for a warmup.
>- it's vigorous without being exhausting (if your music isn't too
>   long)
>- it's the prototypical English Country Dance, consisting of nothing
>   BUT doubling, siding, and arming
>- it's a mixer, so it's good for "how do you do?" or a brief
>" hi,
>   Jane, long time no see!"
>Daniel Lincolinum
>Tim McDaniel, tmcd at panix.com
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