[Anst-dancers] Manshaft Pavanne?
russmax at sbcglobal.net
Wed Aug 20 20:03:34 PDT 2003
This is a modern SCA choreographed dance. I believe it is done to a
piece of music from the soundtrack of a movie called "The Wives of King
We call it the "man-shaft" pavan, or the up-yours pavan, because of the
Why don't you get them to substitute "Queen's Alman"? that would be
even more appropriate, and period.
On Wednesday, August 20, 2003, at 08:25 PM, Nadine Latief wrote:
> So I've never actually seen this dance before, is it an OOP? Or a GOOP?
> The Bryn Gwlad 'Queens' for our Fall Baronial Event (somethiing about
> wives of Henry) wants to open up with the Manshaft pavanne for the
> ball. If
> it's a GOOP, I can probably just shrug and go, "I don't know the
> never done it. How about.. Earl of Salisbury"? Granted, not that much
> of an
> improvement.. but still.
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