[SCA-Dance] New dance sources?
pub at andrew.draskoy.net
Mon Aug 19 15:20:14 EDT 2013
Santucci's manuscript. It's 1614, but very much in the Caroso/Negri
tradition. With a LOT more information on steps.
On 19 August 2013 14:38, White,John <john.white at drexel.edu> wrote:
> > From: Erica Neely
> > Greetings,
> > I used to be fairly active in dancing some years ago, but I've been
> > out of the SCA for five years. (Moved, new job, bought a house, etc.).
> > getting involved again, but I'm curious as to what new and interesting
> > sources might have appeared. (The last hot discovery in my time was the
> > Gresley manuscript dances.)
> > Suggestions? Salutations? Recommendations I just run for the hills?
> > In service,
> > Catalana di Neri
> > (Still Middle Kingdom, just east a bit)
> Well, I could mention my own work on the Pattricke/Lovelace/Church
> (a handwritten chapbook from perhaps 1649 containing both new and familiar
> different English Country Dances), viewable at
> There are (so far) three totally new ECD dances from it that we have music
> for -
> Lightly Love, a kidnapping progressive dance; Milking Pail, a standard 3
> (or 4) couple
> ECD with many heys; and Road to Westminster, a 4-couple standard ECD with
> lots of
> setting and even some turning.
> \\Dafydd Cyhoeddwr
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