AD - Reconstructions and leading Balls added
philipwhite at hotmail.com
Fri Apr 2 13:21:22 PST 1999
>Hey Philip! (and others!)
>5. Must have been in charge of dancing at three events. This
>running a ball or a local dance practice. It means working with
>musicians, if they are present, and doing walkthroughs and calling
>needed, and providing a list of dances that are to be done, or
>the dancers to choose dances to be done
>5. Must have been in charge of dancing at six events. (The rest is
>identical to 5 for Journeyaman.)
>6. Must have reconstructed two dances from original sources or
>translations. An original choreography may be substituted for one of
Ok, so I forgot these, but agree whole heartidly.
> I'm in favor of including all of it, so long as
>the member knows the background of the dance, and if it's period. If
>it's commonly done in the SCA, it's fair game, I say.
> If the person is required to know the background of the dance,
>he will no it's not period. For me, that is enough. I am satisfied if
>don't try to pass off as period, stuff that isn't.
I think this wood work. And I like the emphisis on that we do not try
and pass non-period off as period. It promots learning. And by our
guild members knowing where they come from, the populous can learn
I think we have agreed with these mostly
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