[SCA-Dance] Article for Dance Musicians

Aaron Macks upelluri at gmail.com
Thu Feb 20 10:20:44 EST 2014

Entirely in agreement on Goddesses.  I always have to warn people that
"yes the dance sounds like there are Smurfs involved"

I'd also add Black Almain (the Jouissance recording is fine, but bleh)
and Clog Bransle (though I may be the only person who teaches that


On 2/20/14 12:19 AM, Yves wrote:
> I would really like to have slower versions of these three uncommon pieces from Playford. The recordings I use are in parentheses.
> Boat-Man (The New York Renaissance Band, Country Capers)
> Kettle Drum (same)
> The Merry Merry Milk Maids (same)
> Also would be nice to have...
> Gathering Peascods (same as above)
> Goddesses (Ansteorran Dance Symposium A.S. XXVII)
> If All the World Were Paper (Ansteorran Dance Symposium A.S. XXVII)
> Millisons Jegge (Wandering Hands, Shepheards Holyday)
> New Boe Peep (Musica Subterranea, Incantare)
> Newcastle (Bryn Gwlad Music Guild; Tape of Dance, Volume 3)
> Sellengers Round (Ansteorran Dance Symposium A.S. XXVII)
> Cordially,
> Yves

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