[SCA-Dance] Spanish dances...

Rachel/Judith judithsca at aol.com
Mon May 25 03:42:29 EDT 2009

There is also a manuscript from Catalunya, 15th c., that contains several dance choreograühies, most of which are very similar in style to the Burgundian bassedanses. Crane's book on 15th c. dance  contains a transcription and possibly a translation of the original (although I might have automatically translated the transcription while reading it, and misremember it as having been translated).
    There are also several dances from the Italian sources that are related to Spain, such as goioso spagnguolo, danca di re de Spagna. The same sources also cite the saltarello being danced in Spain, called "alta danza".


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