[SCA-Dance] Trenchmore music?
ssunger at ix.netcom.com
Wed Jan 29 15:14:53 EST 2014
On UTube, search for trenchmore. The second video has music very similar to
the music that I use.
I looked at the videos and like the arming MUCH better than the bowing
sequence that I learned. I think I will use the arming from now on. The
bowing sequence just confused everyone and turned a fun dance into an
annoyance (which is why I often left out this bit).
From: sca-dance-bounces+sandraunger=verizon.net at sca-dance.org
[mailto:sca-dance-bounces+sandraunger=verizon.net at sca-dance.org] On Behalf
Of Tim McDaniel
Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2014 10:50 AM
Cc: 'SCA Dance'
Subject: Re: [SCA-Dance] Trenchmore music?
On Tue, 28 Jan 2014, Sandra Unger <sandraunger at verizon.net> wrote:
> Trenchmore is one of the favorite dances of a former Baroness of
> Settmour Swamp. It is silly and fun. For new dancers, I sometimes
> teach only the silliest parts of the dance and leave out the bowing up
> and down the line.
Bowing in Trenchmore? OK, we definitely have regional variation. I think I
saw bowing in the Lovelace version. The version I know is in the Terp
booklet, along the lines of
- double up and back x 2
- cast to bottom and back to top
Danyll de Lincoln
Tim McDaniel, tmcd at panix.com
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