[SCA-Dance] SCA Created Dances

Iohann se pipere scalutenist at gmail.com
Tue Apr 27 20:17:13 EDT 2010

The music for "Entre Courante" and it's relative "Ann's Courante" is a
medley of two of the courantes found in Terpsichore.  According to the
notes in "Early Period and Popular Dance Music, the choreography is by
Bohemund von Greifshafen.


On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 6:56 PM, Monica Hultin <mhultin at mymts.net> wrote:
> We danced it in Eoforwic when I first joined a number of times.  (early
> 80s).  It was nice and stately, but I believe the music is actually Baroque,
> (I've played it with a recorder group, can't remember what dance suite it's
> from).  The dance choreographed for it is pavan like, definitely not a
> courante.
> Monika.

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