15th - 16th Century Basse Dance (the long way around)

Reconstruction of Arbeau's basse dance 'Jouissance vous donnerai', making a case for step reconstructions by going back to 15th C Burgundian Basse Dance and tracing possible similarities and connections with 15th C Italian Bassadanza, and later 16th C Italian dance. The four dances taught are intended to be illustrative of how steps may have changed over this time period. Dances included: Basse La Dame, Basse La Francois Nouvelle, a 15thC Italian Bassadanza, a 16th C Italian dance, and Jouissance vous donnerai

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Schedule for KWDS VI

Deadline for Class Submissions: June 19, 2007

General or unrated classes
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European Dance Class
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Middle Eastern
Dance Class
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Music Class
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Beginner's Class
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Intermediate Class
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Advanced Class
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Day 1: Thursday


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