[SCA-Dance] Fw: Spanish or Iberian dances?
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Thu May 21 16:52:26 EDT 2009
From: Mary Railing <mrailing2 at yahoo.com>
To: Tim McDaniel <tmcd at panix.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 21, 2009 12:35:26 PM
Subject: Re: [SCA-Dance] Spanish or Iberian dances?
Negri's "squares for four" such as Lo Spagnoletto and Villanicco, are thought to be Spanish, based on their similarities to later Spanish dances. He was working in Milan, which was a Spanish-controlled area at the time, and it is obvious from the names of people he dedicated his dances to, that he was writing for Spanish nobility.
So his work may be indicative of Spanish tastes in dance. Or not...
From: Tim McDaniel <tmcd at panix.com>
To: "sca-dance at andrew.cmu.edu" <sca-dance at andrew.cmu.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2009 7:57:13 PM
Subject: [SCA-Dance] Spanish or Iberian dances?
Has anything been published in English, or taught in the SCA, about
period-ish dances in Spain, or Iberia in general? The only one
related that I know of is "Quen quer que", and while the tune is
period Iberian, the arrangement was devised by Master Sean Andreas in
Danielis de Lincolino
Tim McDaniel, tmcd at panix.com
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