[SCA-Dance] Suggestions for 2 couple dances?
ben at houseofpung.net
Fri Oct 10 11:08:08 EDT 2008
I think everyone's mentioned most of the popular ones, but here are
the lists I have for 2 couples:
and 3 people:
As mentioned, Mercantia is set for 3 men and 1 woman. There's also
Vercepe for 3 men and 2 women, and you could do a gender-swapped set
of Confesse with 2 women and 4 men instead of the other way around.
On Oct 9, 2008, at 3:42 PM, Elisabeth Fairchild wrote:
> Good afternoon! I am participating in a holiday Renaissance dinner
> theater at a local university. We are hurting for dancers this year.
> As of right now, we have 4 guys and 2 girls. So, unless we can get a
> few more people to join up with us dancers (if you or anyone you
> know in the Dayton, Ohio area would be interested in dancing for the
> show, contact me privately), we are stuck with 2 couple dances. In
> the past, we have already done these two couple dances: Rufty Tufty,
> Heartsease, Argeers, and Bizzaria (spelling?). We'd like to do
> something different, rather than the same old thing.
> Would anyone have a suggestion for a 2 couple dance or two that we
> could do? Preferably English Country. We're also in need of finding
> an Italian dance to do as the presentation dance. In the past, we've
> done Torneo Armoroso and Rostiboli Gioso. Of the dancers in the show
> this year, I'm only one of two who are SCA members. Out of the two
> of us, I'm the one with the most dance experience. However, I know
> mostly 3 and 4 couple dances, or progression dances.
> Any suggestions would be wonderful!
> Lady Elisabeth (Lynnaea) Fairchild
> Oaken Chronicler
> Please visit my at http://www.geocities.com/lynnaea_fairchild
> To send mail to the entire list, be sure sca-dance at sca-dance.org is
> in the To line of any response.
> To Unsubscribe send mail to: sca-dance-request at sca-dance.org
More information about the Sca-dance