pennsicdance: feedback

Judith judithsca at
Tue Jul 19 13:24:38 PDT 2005

Salve, fellow dancers!  If you have a moment, could you examine the
potential list of dances for the Pennsic Ball and tell me which ones you
have seen done in your various regions, which ones you would like to dance,
additions, etc. so that I can base my final judgment on real information? 


15th c. Italian: Rostiboli, Amoroso, Petits Vriens, Lauro, A Saltarello, A
Piva, Anello, Gelosia, Chirintana, Gioioso Spagnguolo 

15th c. French: Danse des Cleves 

15th c. English: Ly Bens Dysonis, Prenes y Garde 

16th c. French: Official Bransle, Cassandra Bransle Suite, Horse's Bransle,
Montarde, Another Bransle Suite 

16th c. English: Madame Sosylia's Almain, Black Almain, Pavanne plus

16th c. Italian: Villanella, Gracca Amorosa, Caccia D'Amore (part 4,
pinwheel type thing), Il Piantone, Ballo del Fiore, Bizzaria d'Amore, Lo
Spagnoletto, Laccio D'Amore 

17th c. English: New Boe Peepe, Sellenger's Round, Gathering Peasecods,
Heart's Ease, Rufty-Tufty, Jenny Pluck Pears, Black Nag

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