[SCA-Dance] Popular Gresley dances?

Mary Railing mrailing2 at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 5 11:08:25 EDT 2011

Eglamour is popular here (Indiana). People do silly improv with the solos.


From: "yves.de.fortanier at comcast.net" <yves.de.fortanier at comcast.net>
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I know nothing of their popularity, but I did take note of a class by Emma 
Dansmeyla in the KWDS VII schedule that featured Grene Gynger, Hawthorne, and 

South Downs, Meridies 
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From: "Rachel/Judith" <judithsca at aol.com> 
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Sent: Tuesday, April 5, 2011 5:30:55 AM 
Subject: [SCA-Dance] Popular Gresley dances? 

I am revising the Pennsic Ball list, and am looking to enhance the section on 
15th c. English dance. Other than Lybens, what other Gresley dances have become 
popular in various areas? 


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