academie: 12th Night Dance List?
scavard at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 19 10:10:21 PST 2001
At the most recent K12N staff meeting, I took action to get the set list
published on the web, with links to instructions for each dance, so that
attendees could prep themselves accordingly.
The K12N webslinger and I agreed that the list should *not* be on the K12N
site, since we may need to amend and update the list as things change. I
personally don't care what the URL for said page is, but it makes sense to
hang it off of the Academie site, since we *are* in charge of the Ball.
Ours should be the go-to website for Atlantian dance information.
I will get with Bryan to see if he has the time to create said page, publish
it, link it to Greg's description pages, and provide the URL to me for
publication on the K12N website *and* to the Merry Rose. I would *very*
much like to provide that link when I publish the list to the Rose, and I
want to do this very very soon!
If Bryan dosen't have the time to tackle this right now, I can whip
Here's the set list as it stands now:
To begin: Pavana la Cornetta
Ealry on: Amoroso, Earl of Salisbury Pavanne, Rostiboli Gioioso
Ballo del Fiore
Saltarello la Regina - still being negotiated
Bransle Suite (Cassandra / Pinagay / Charlotte)
(SCA) Maltese Bransle
[Montarde for 4 has been deleted]
Inns of Court:
Earl of Essex Measure
Madam Sosilia's Alman
All in a Garden Green
Jenny Pluck Pears
Picking of Sticks
Jenny Pluck Partners
Demo Piece(s) - In work. Greg/Judith/Vard/Bryan and Isenfir working these.
----Original Message Follows----
From: "Catherine E. Dean" <cdean at gwu.edu>
To: Atlantian Dance Academie <academie at pbm.com>
Subject: academie: 12th Night Dance List?
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2001 11:43:40 -0500
I checked the Academie website and noted that the 12th night dance list is
missing. Any chance that could get put up? I have a friend coming down
out of kingdom (not that I'll actually be there then, but no matter) who
like to see it.
Catherine E. Dean
SCA: Katherine Mercer, Editor _The Letter of Dance_
cdean at gwu.edu
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