[SCA-Dance] Music for German dances

Mary Railing mrailing2 at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 13 17:18:24 EDT 2009

For those of you who took Vicountess Elisa's class at KWDS, I've found that MP3s of the music she used can be downloaded from Amazon.  The music for both dances is in a two-disc set called "Panorama: Dances of the Renaissance" which is a collection of several albums from the Archiv record label.  The music for "Die Zwelf Monet" is #42 "Tanz".  The music for "Old Peasant Holiday" is #9 "Du hast mich wollen nemmen".

For those of you who remember really old SCA dances, #1 in this collection is the music for "Entree-courante", and #16 is the "Schiarazula Marazula" with claps that inspired the SCA version of Maltese Bransle.



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