[Anst-dancers] DFT Yule and Dance
nl33 at cornell.edu
Thu Dec 11 15:00:46 PST 2003
You're right that it takes the same amount of time.
What I meant was, to reduce the number of measures it would take because by
doing the Ordinario in 3 steps, instead of 5 steps...
Left, Right, Left-Right-Left
Left, Right, Left.
...it may be more feasible to use 1 measure instead of 2 measures for the
ordinario (and similarly adjust the timings of the rest of the steps) and
have the dance look less rushed. (it's easier to do a fast caroso then a
fast negri ordinario, methinks.) But it's just an idea, and I'll have to
slow the music down to make it work.
At 01:26 PM 12/11/2003, you wrote:
>Both ordinarii take the same amount of time, so I don't see how this would
>change the timing.
>On Wednesday, December 10, 2003, at 09:57 PM, Nadine Latief wrote:
>> Maybe if I took Pamela Jone's theory that Negri's Seguito Ordinario is
>> actually the same as Caroso's Ordinario (the theory that Negri's Rule IX
>> (seguito grave) is actually mislabeled and should be Negri's Seguito
>> Ordinario, so it's "step step step pause" instead of "step step
>> spezzato") I could up the timing of the step and shorten every step in
>> half. I could look into that further during Christmas break :-) Thanks
>> for discussing this with me.
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