pennsicdance: While procrastinating packing for war...

Gwommy 'Bill' Holderman gwommy at gmail.com
Mon Jul 26 21:02:38 PDT 2010


Pennsic 29 was my first year, so I don't have any info about Pennsic
28.  On the other hand, I can confirm that the first year that we had
the dance floor was Pennsic 30.

--Gwommy


On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 11:58 PM, Greg Lindahl <lindahl at pbm.com> wrote:
> While moving to a new apartment, I happened on a big pile of Pennsic
> books. Hm, I said. I had a friend digitize the dance class listings
> for Pennsic 23-27 and 29. I already had Pennsic 30+ online.
>
> Could anyone scan the Pennsic 28 classes for me? I don't have that
> year's booklet. A pdf will be fine, I will transcribe.
>
> And if anyone's feeling bored, doing a summary of class hours taught
> by year and by teacher would be interesting. We've come a LONG way
> since Pennsic 23!
>
> http://pennsicdance.aands.org/history.html
>
> I added some notes about the early years of Pennsic sheet music before
> the Pile existed. Perhaps some other folks could help fill in some
> details. We seemed to have the floor at Pennsic 30, was that the first
> year? And the floor was 1 year after the tent appeared. I guess I
> could mine that kind of detail out of the mailing list archive...
>
> -- Gregory
>
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