[SCA-Dance] Sca-dance Grand Ball at Pennsic
judithsca at aol.com
Fri Apr 29 05:22:34 EDT 2011
And yes, that first line of 17th c. English dance in the ball set list is a typo - copy and paste error of some sort.
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o all who read these words, may it be known that the Grand Ball, held in the
arn of the town of Pennsic on Tuesday, August 9th of the 2011th year of the
ncarnation, shall be a colour ball in the tradition of the court of Lord
hillip, Duke of Burgundy, Count of Charolais, etc., and that the colors shall
e white and red to create a resplendent ambiance in the darkness of the
vening. Don garments of one or both colors and come and dance away the evening!
the wearing of red and white is not a requirement for participation, merely an
ttempt to add flair to the proceedings).
If you do not know how to dance, fear not! The Pennsic Academy of Dance offers w
de variety of beginner dance classes, plus Ball Prep classes to enable you to
t least fake it well on the dance floor. Visit http://pennsicdance.aands.org/
or more information.
entative list of dances:
651 English: New Boe Pepe, Gathering Peascods, Hearts' Ease, Rufty Tufty,
arson's Farewell, Chestnut,
651 English: New Boe Pepe, Chestnut, Whirligig, Gathering Peascods, Hearts'
ase, Rufty Tufty, Parson's Farewell, Jenny Pluck Pears, Hyde Park
5th c. English: Lybens Dysonis, Grene Gynger
5th c. French: Danse de Cleves & Pas de Brabant/Saltarello
5th c. Italian: Marchesana, Petite Rose, Amoroso, Gelosia, Anello, (improvised)
altarello, Chirintana, Rostiboli Gioioso, Lauro, Petits Vriens, Piva
6th c. English: Madame Sosylia?s Almain, Old Almain, Black Almain, Lorrayne
lmain, Pavanne & Galliard
6th c. French: Galliarde a la Lyonaise, Double Bransle Suite, Cassandra Bransle
uite, Official Bransle, Horse's Bransle, Washerwoman's Bransle, Bransle de
alte, Pease Bransle, Montarde Bransle, Mystery Suite (i.e., dancers will have
o attend the music),
6th c. Italian: Gracca Amorosa, Villanella, La Castellana, Ballo del Fiore,
izzaria D'Amore, Lo Spagnoletto, Bella Gioiosa, Contrapasso in Due
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