[SCA-Dance] Need assistance, please
charlene281 at gmail.com
Thu May 1 21:49:26 EDT 2014
On Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 9:19 AM, Kathleen - Yahoo
<rignachargyll at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> 1) Can someone email me the pattern of the steps to Graca Amoroso along with
> the name or a link to the music. I may have the piece on a recording here
> somewhere. I have danced this in the past for demos, so I can dust off the
> skills with a bit of a prompt.
Google "Gracca Amorosa" (note the spelling) and you will get several
links to SCA-created videos and class handouts.
> For her dance to teach:
> 2) Can someone recommend a simple-to-teach (she has to teach it) dance that
> an Italian Courtesan would have known, along with music links, or name of
> the piece. I think her persona is pretty late period 1550-1600ish.
I find Villanella is an easy dance for beginning 16th C dancers. It's
in Il Ballarino.
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