[Anst-dancers] AGED News
Scot and Michelle Henry
cshenry at ev1.net
Sat Aug 16 08:33:00 PDT 2003
We were told (and faithfully listened) to use "Sumer is a-comin' in". It
works well and is loooonggg enough for people to get the dance on the first
try without becoming bored. This song was on a couple of dance CDs I had, I
think even on a Musica Subterranea CD. I'd have to double check for sure.
Not sure about sheet music.
From: ansteorra-dancers-bounces at ansteorra.org
[mailto:ansteorra-dancers-bounces at ansteorra.org]On Behalf Of Ariane &
Sent: Friday, August 15, 2003 6:50 PM
To: Ansteorran Dancers
Subject: Re: [Anst-dancers] AGED News
on 8/15/03 11:03 AM, Scot and Michelle Henry at cshenry at ev1.net wrote:
> I would like to include the peasant dances that I've taught and Farandole
> that Scot (and someone from down south) has taught. Do you still have my
> class handout from KWDS? Did it include Farandole?
Hey, what recordings could we use for Farandole that are easily avalable? Is
there sheet music for this dance? We want to do this dance, but do not know
what music to use.
I can not speak for Erika, but one way to make the dance work is if there is
music that is easily avalable (both sheet and recorded). A good example of a
failure is: Belfiore-Not only is it a boring dance (along with the music),
but it's biggest down fall is there is no recording for it (unless you want
to dance to the midi file).
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