


This is another of Guglielmo's Basse Danze, again from the same source. This is a dance for four people, two men and two ladies, in a line one behind the other, ladies on the right. 


Part 1 
1  2 
SL SR DL 
Two singles and a double forwards 

3 
RvL 
Riverenza Left 


Part 2 
4  5 
SL SR DL 
Men only, dancing around the ladies. 

6  7 
SR SL DR 
Men only, dancing in a small circle to end up where they started, but facing the other way. 


Part 3 
8  9 
DL DR 
Men and ladies moving away from each other. 

10 
MvR 
turn to face. 

11  12 
RpL RpR 
Riprese left then right. 

13 
RvL 
Riverenza left. 


Part 4 
In this section, the line of men weaves through (and past) the line of ladies, back into the line again, then the ladies turn and they all join hands. 



14  17 
SlL SlR SlL SlR 
Lines weave through each other. 

18 
MvR 
Turn back to face again. 

19  20 
RpL RpR 
Two riprese, left then right, ladies facing the men. 

21 
RvL 
Riverenza left. 

22  23 
DL DR 
Double left then right so the lines join again. 


Part 5 
24 
MvR 
Ladies only, then all 4 take hands facing inwards to form a circle. 


Part 6 
25  26 
RpL RpR 
Two riprese, left then right, around the circle. 

27 
CnL CnR 
Two continenze, left then right, around the circle. 



28  32 
SL SR DL DR DL DR 
Ladies do a "hey" with 2 singles and 4 doubles to end up on the wrong side of the men. 

33  34 
RpL RpR 
Two riprese, left then right, around the circle. 

35 
CnL CnR 
Two continenze, left then right, around the circle. 

36  39 
SL SR DL DR DL DR 
Men do a "hey" with 2 singles and 4 doubles to end up in their original places (before beat 28). 



The same ripresa/voltatunda/ripresa/riverenza sequence used to end the dance in Pietosa and Caterva is used here. 


Part 7

40 
RpL 
Ripresa left 
41 
VtR 
Volta tunda 

42 
RpR 
Ripresa right 

43 
RvL 
Riverenza 

