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Re: Period Dances
Poster: Andrea Hicks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
As was previously mentioned, the Saltarello is a dance style. There is
documentation for this dance to be found at the homepage of Ld Samuel Piper
(from Ansteorra) at http://www.onr.com/user/steveh/index.htm His works are
listed under the Bryn Gwlad playlist.
One of his books (Reniassance Songs and Dances) lists 'Ronde VI' from
Danserye 1551 by Tylman Susato as having a variation called "Saletrelle"
Another book (Italian Dances of the Reniassance) lists Saltarello's as
variations for "Ballo Anglese", "Ballo Francese", "Tedesca", and "Ungaresca".
Ld Piper is an excellent resource for period music (and his site is fun to
read as well).
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Hank Harwell wrote:
> Poster: Hank Harwell <email@example.com>
> I have in my possession two different recordings of a piece of music
> called "Saltarello." I have very scanty documentation for it, primarily
> one recording is labelled "Medieval Music". It sounds like it might be a
> dance. In fact the other recording is by a Christian "Renaissance Rock"
> artist named Kemper Crabb and is a prelude to an original piece of his
> called "The Danse."
> Can anyone help me track down this wonderful little piece of music?
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