pennsicdance: Pennsic Dance Stats
xcvii at alum.mit.edu
Mon Aug 16 13:25:23 PDT 2010
My favorite though was Old Mole for Eight. :-)
Did you keep any stats on musicians? Or is that somebody else's job?
On Sun, Aug 15, 2010 at 9:04 PM, David Learmonth <
david.a.learmonth at gmail.com> wrote:
> Cool! Thanks for the stats Gwommy!
> I bet next year will be bigger, since it will be Pennsic 40.
> Oh, and technically, we had 117 people last year dancing Upon a Summer's
> Day. There was an extra half group that were just off the side of the
> floor. :)
> Hope dancing went well this year! I was dancing in spirit. :)
> On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 1:47 AM, Gwommy 'Bill' Holderman
> <gwommy at gmail.com>wrote:
> > I've posted a spread sheet on Google Docs with some dance stats from
> > both Pennsic 38 and 39. Here's a link:
> > Here's a quick overview for those that would rather not read a
> > The Top 10 Dances of Pennsic 39
> > ---------------------------
> > 10. Montarde Bransle
> > 9. Ly Bens Dystonis
> > 8. Black Nag
> > 7. Hearts Ease
> > 6. Rufty Tufty
> > 5. Gathering Peasecods
> > 4. Black Alman
> > 3. Rosti Boli
> > 2. Petit Vriens
> > 1. Horses Bransle
> > The dance that had the most dancers dancing at once:
> > Black Nag @ 102 people.
> > (Last year was Upon A Summer's Day @ 114 people)
> > For classes, we averaged about 114 people per day (11.4 people per
> > Last year, we averaged about 135 people per day (13.5 people per class).
> > Yay! Dancing!
> > --Gwommy
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