[SCA-Dance] SCA Created Dances
aelkiss at umich.edu
Fri Apr 23 16:39:09 EDT 2010
Another nitpick: Although the tune is based on a hymn by Thomas
Tallis, it was composed by Pat Shaw. (copyright Pat Shaw 1965
according to the Barnes Book of English Country Dances.)
On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 4:25 PM, Charlene Charette
<charlene281 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Once again digging into my notes:
> John Tallis' Canon (a contradance set to music by Thomas Tallis) was
> written by pat Shaw in 1965.
> The SCA version was arranged (and accidentily renamed) by Master Sion
> Andreas o Wynedd (Tirnewydd, Midrealm) in 1980-1982 and set to the
> tune Chanconetta Tedesca from the self-titled album by Les
> Mistress Katrina of Iron Mountain later set the dance to music from
> the movie Legend by Tangerine Dream.
> This one took me two years to track down.
> On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 11:17 AM, <rosina at pathcom.com> wrote:
>>> One dance that is not very authentic, but is still danced in several
>>> kingdoms, is "John Tallow's Canon" by Sion Andreas.
>> Isn't that one by ... don't have my notes ... Pat Shaw, adapted by Sion?
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