[SCA-Dance] Torneo Armoroso
felicedebbage at gmail.com
Wed Oct 14 13:44:09 EDT 2009
Yeah, the one in the Terp book is not the one we used to do at
Madrigal Dinner at Wright State University. The Terp Book one is from
Il Ballarino, by Caroso. The one you and I both know is from Negri's
work. I've never seen a written reconstruction for it though, either
on the internet, or in a printed volume. You could probably easily
reconstruct the dance by finding Negri's book, though, since you
already know the gist of it.
I miss doing this dance. Good times!
On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 1:35 PM, Greg Lindahl <lindahl at pbm.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 09:07:44AM -0700, Amy wrote:
>> I am trying to remember the exact dance steps to Torneo
>> Amoroso. However, the dance steps listed in the Terpsichore book
>> vary from what I had learned a decade ago.
> A dance by that name appears both in Il Ballarino and Negri, so you probably
> learned the other one.
> -- Gregory
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Good dancing to you!
"Sharona: Adrian, you have to sit. This is a picnic.
Monk: I - I don't sit on the ground. Animals do things on the ground -
terrible, terrible things."
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