[SCA-Dance] Fw: Help with some Itailian Dances

Animesh Karna animeshk at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 5 15:31:27 EDT 2009

At last Pennsic, there was one lesson where the instructor adapted an English dance into Italian, and vice-versa.  Does anyone out there remember this class?  I remember there were a few details along the lines of your question -- a particular step, for example, didn't exist in Italian dance of the time period, so they substituted another step, etc.

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From: Catriona Morganosa <catriona_a_morganosa at hotmail.com>
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Eadric and I live in Artemisia and were wondering what sorts of steps or moves or music or whatever makes a dance distinctly Italian?


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