Repetoire and sources
The dances are Guglielmo: Colonese, Daphnes, Alessandresca, Pellegrina, Rostiboli gioioso, Belriguardo, Mercantia, Petit riense and Pizocara.
The dance forms are pavan, galliard, tordion, canary, volta, coranto and bransle.
Some of the dances are Bassa Pompilia, Lauro Suave, Spangoletta, Caccia d'Amore, Austria Felice, Gagliardia Helena, Contentezza d'Amore, and Barriera.
Pease bransle, Horses' bransle, Scottish bransle, Hermits' bransle, Maltese bransle, Bransle de l'official, Bransle de la Hay, Bransle Montarde, Bransle Charlotte and Buffons from Arbeau.
Our sources for this period: 1st Edition of Playford and early French manuscripts.
Cuckolds all a row, Parsons farewell, Upon a summer's day, Picking of sticks, Lull me beyond thee, Row well ye mariners, Step stately, Gathering peascods, Heart's ease, Nonesuch, Kettle drum, Hide Parke and Rufty tufty
These are the current dances, we are always adding to them to provide variety to tax the body and mind.
Please see diary for details of dates and events
or email: Juanita Grout
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