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Final dance, term 4

 For our final dance of the year: live music and social dancing. Thanks to both dancers and musos for making a most enjoyable evening.

As well as being a great deal of fun, it's a useful way for dancers and musos to become accustomed to each other, and to make sure that they ways we're rehearsing things are compatible.

  • Pinagay (with some recorder players dancing and playing together)
  • Pavane, to Belle qui tiens ma vie (again, some both playing and dancing)
  • Earl of Essex Measure (who says it isn't a dance for three?)
  • Black Almain, errr, Cascarda Tesescha Negra ... what started as the Black Almain, varied for three people, rapidly became a cascarda instead
  • Ballo del Fiore, for two and for three, with dancers singing the bass from time to time
  • Fedelta d'Amore (our only canned music for the night, and that only while the musos picked it up)
  • Il Canario (much discussion of starting pitch - F or G - the much improvisation, and some gorgeous mutanze)
  • Ly Bens Distonys (again, varied for three people)
Avondale Lions Hall
Class date: 
December 15, 2016