[SCA-Dance] Sellenger’s Round variants

Urraca Yriarte kwdsviii at gmail.com
Thu Apr 13 08:13:36 EDT 2017

I've only seen the first verse as eights slips, rather than two doubles. As
far as I can tell, the Middle stopped doing a step-ball-change step in the
chorus a long time ago.


On Wed, Apr 12, 2017 at 10:51 PM, Aaron Macks <upelluri at gmail.com> wrote:

> Something that came up recently in discussion was Sellenger’s Round, and
> how we do it.  Briefly, in 4 repeats of the music:
> Verses - 2 D Left, 2 D right; D in and out (repeat); Siding; Arming
> Chorus (same each time) - step-ball-change in, double out, set and turn,
> repeat
> Does anyone know if it is danced significantly differently in other
> places?  What we do seems to come closest to Playford 4 (1670), but not
> exactly, and I was curious…
> Gun∂ormr
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