[SCA-Dance] Popular gresley dances
sarah.scroggie at gmail.com
Wed Apr 6 09:57:37 EDT 2011
there are 8 of our reconstructions with music in the KWDS VII compendium ...
but I think the online link for that is broken... I can find it and
it all on another site.
Grene Gynger was one of the first ones we re-constructed and wrote music for
I do have it online
and the music Martin Bildner wrote is here:
I have attached a midi version of the music that I just tried to up-load to
web site but it wouldn't let me log in so I don't think the rest of the list
will be able to see it... e-mail me separately if you want a copy.
We like grene gynger a lot too.
Rawty is another that is becoming popular. But a don't have a local weekly
of dancers to terrorize, so we do more reconstructing than popularizing...
Hopefully in the near future we will put all our work together in a
and Martin will record the music.
On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 12:13 PM, Barbara Webb <bwebb at inf.ed.ac.uk> wrote:
> > Date: Tue, 5 Apr 2011 14:47:01 +0000 (UTC)
> > From: yves.de.fortanier at comcast.net
> > 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 Tamrett.
> Do you have any more info about the Grene Gynger reconstruction? We have
> done our own version quite recently and it has proved very popular
> (probably due to Otto's fine tune) so I'd be interested to compare notes.
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