[SCA-Dance] singing accompaniment
donnghaile at gmail.com
Fri Jun 26 09:57:44 EDT 2009
There are any number of period songs that will scan perfectly for
Galliards. There's a German piece called "Tanzen und Springen" which
translates to dance and jump, the lyrics basically talk of dancing,
partying and having a good time. It is not only written in 6 time,
but has the swing tempo on the back half that is a galliard, 1 2 3 4..
On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 9:49 AM, Huette von
Ahrens<huette_aliza at yahoo.com> wrote:
> There is a madrigal by Orazio Vecchi that is found in Cesare Negri's Le Gratie d'Amore, called So Ben Mi Chi Ha Bon Tempo
> So ben mi ch'a bon tempo Fa la la I know who is having a good time
> Al so, ma basta mo. Fa la la
> So ben ch'è favorito Fa la la I know who is well favored
> Ahimè! no 'l posso dir. Fa la la Ah, but I will not say
> O s’io pottessi dire Fa la la
> Chi va chi sta chi vien Fa la la Who goes, who comes, who stays
> Saluti e baciamani Fa la la Who greets whom and who snubs whom
> Son tutti indarno a fè. Fa la la
> I can't remember all the translation of the lyrics.
> This is a very good version, but they left out one verse.
> I hope that his helps you.
> --- On Thu, 6/25/09, Andrew Draskoy <pub at andrew.draskoy.net> wrote:
>> From: Andrew Draskoy <pub at andrew.draskoy.net>
>> Subject: [SCA-Dance] singing accompaniment
>> To: sca-dance at sca-dance.org
>> Date: Thursday, June 25, 2009, 4:36 PM
>> Hi everyone,
>> I'm looking for ideas for dances that have associated songs
>> that can
>> be used as accompaniment. Anyone got suggestions?
>> Thanks, & Cheers,
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