


This is another of the basse danze by Domenico that is done by a line of couples. It is slightly more complex than La Spagna, although not greatly. There is no pattern to the dance, unfortunately  Guglielmo describes it as a “challenging bassadanza, not for people who scribble on paper”. 


Part 1 
1 
SL SR CbL 
2 singles, left then right, ending with the weight on the Left foot. 

2  3.5 
Contrapasso R, Contrapasso R 
2 (contrapassi) doubles on the right foot. 

3.5 
DL CbR 
double, cambiamento. 

4.5 
DL SR 
double, single. 

6 
MvL SL 
half turn left, single left, finish with a small hop. 

7 
DR (turning) 
double right turning back (completing the turn that began with the mezavolta). 

8 
RpL RpR 
2 Ripreses, left then right. 


Part 2 
10 
CbL Contrapasso R, Contrapasso R, MvR 
Begin with a cambiamento left, then 2 contrapassi ending with a mezavolta (1½ measures). 

11.5 
DL DR CbL 
2 doubles, finishing with the weight on the left foot. 

13.5 
MvR 
Half turn right with a spring onto the right foot. 

14 
DL DR DL DR 
4 quadernaria steps, in a circle to the right. This is done in bassadanza time, however. 

18 
RpL 
Riprese left. 

19 
RpB (MvL) 
Half turn left backwards while performing a reprise on the right foot. 

20 
CnL CnR 
2 continenze, finish by jumping on the left foot.. 


Part 3 
21 
DR 


23  24 
RpFL (SR) RpFL 
Riprese forwards on the left foot. At the end of the first ripresa take a small step leaping onto the right foot. 

25 
VtR 
Full turn to the right. 

27 
RvL 
Finish with a Riverenza on the left foot. 

