[SCA-Dance] SCA Created Dances
Jane & Mark Waks
waks at comcast.net
Fri Apr 23 09:24:49 EDT 2010
Gwommy 'Bill' Holderman wrote:
> Another dance that I'm surprised hasn't been mentioned is Uncle Sion's
> "Two Fat Ladies". It seems that every where I've taught that dance,
> everyone loved it!
Huh -- never even heard of this one. What genre is it in?
> Last year, our most practiced dance at dance practice was Rosina's
> "Mordred's Lullaby." That is an awesome dance, especially when
> dancing it with Rosina (which I have a video on YouTube of that one).
Mordred's Lullaby is creepy, beautiful and fantastic, and I've long
pondered the notion of doing up the costumes from Excalibur and entering
it into a Worldcon masquerade. But IIRC she herself points out a lot of
ways in which it's not really period in style. (Of course, I still
occasionally teach Saltarello La Regina, so I don't really have grounds
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