[SCA-Dance] Christmas Music

Aaron Macks upelluri at gmail.com
Tue Nov 16 12:01:37 EST 2010

Yes. Some are obvious from the track names, but there are some
explanations in the liner notes.  If there are some that are of
specific, I can get the info when I am home.  A caution that the liner
notes are sometimes somewhat flowery...

✓	Sussex Carol		
✓	In Dulci Jubilo		
✓	Good King Wenceslas		
✓	Joesph, Lieber Joseph mein/Resonet In Laudibus		
✓	Remember, O Thou Man		
✓	Halfe Hannikin		
✓	Greensleeves/Passa E Mezzo		
✓	Gavottes		
✓	Tant Que Vivray		
✓	Branle gay/Branle De Poictou/Un Flambeau, Jeanette, Isabella/Patapan		
✓	Un Serao De La Chacona		
✓	Fum, Fum, Fum		
✓	Gaytas		
✓	E La Don, Don Verges Maria		
✓	Riu, Riu, Chiu		
✓	Canaria lira/Canario		
✓	Ruffo: La Piva		
✓	Dalze: Piva		
✓	Salten Y Ballen		
✓	Quando Nascette Ninno		
✓	Courantes		
✓	Bransle L'official		
✓	Volta		
✓	My Dancing Day		

On 11/16/10 11:52 AM, Tim McDaniel wrote:
> On Tue, 16 Nov 2010, GunDormr / Aaron Macks <upelluri at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The Renaissonics* put out an album a few years ago called "Carols for
>> Dancing"**, which tends towards traditional XMas music, but might have
>> some useful tracks in there for you.
>> One note, they do have Official Bransle there, but the last repeat they
>> improvised a bit the repeats a bit.  I have used it as "listen to the
>> musicians" practice, but you want to know that it's going to go a bit off
>> * http://www.renaissonics.com/
>> ** http://www.arkivmusic.com/classical/album.jsp?album_id=210044
> Do the liner notes say which dances go with which tunes?
> Daniel Lindum Colonia

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