A Cærthen Summer Ball

After the Caroso Dance Workshop

22 June 2002

1er  set

- una pavana all'Italiana *
  (opening section of Pavana Matthei)
- una gagliarda (galliard) *
Fabrito Caroso Il Ballarino 1581 (Italy)
- Gioioso in tre
Guglielmo Ebreo c. 1463 (Italy)
- Branle Des Lavandieres  Thoinot Arbeau Orchesography 1589 (France)
- Leoncello Vecchio Domenico da Piacenza/ Ebreo c. 1463 (Italy)
  Anello Domenico da Piacenza c. 1450 (Italy)
- Ballo del Fiore in terzo * Fabrito Caroso Il Ballarino 1581 (Italy)

 

2me  set

- Casulle la Nouele
   & Tourdion
Toulouze c. 1498 (Burgundy)
- Contrapasso Nuovo *
Fabrito Caroso Il Ballarino 1581 (Italy)
  Rostiboli Gioioso
Domenico da Piacenza c. 1450 (Italy)
Mixed Branle Suitte:
-     Branle Cassandre
-     Branle Pinagay
-     Branle Charlotte
-     Branle de Guerre
-     Branle Aridan
 Thoinot Arbeau Orchesography 1589 (France)
 
  Mercanzia Domenico da Piacenza c. 1450 (Italy)
- una caccia da farsi in routa **
   (from La Caccia d`Amore
 Cesare Negri Le Gratie D’amore 1602 (Italy)

 

3me  set

  Goioso Spangnuolo
   & Saltarello **
 Guglielmo Ebreo c. 1470 (Italy)
- Villanella * Fabrito Caroso Il Ballarino 1581 (Italy)
  Verçeppe Domenico da Piacenza c. 1450 (Italy)
  Branle Des Pois Thoinot Arbeau Orchesography 1589 (France)
- Amoroso Guglielmo Ebreo c. 1470 (Italy)
- una caccia da farsi in due **
   (from La Caccia d`Amore
 Cesare Negri Le Gratie D’amore 1602 (Italy)

 

4me  set

  Blacke Allemaine Old Measure c. 1570 (England)
- Dolce Amoroso Fuoco *  Fabrito Caroso Il Ballarino 1581 (Italy)
- Petit Vriens Guglielmo Ebreo c. 1470 (Italy)
  Lauro
   & Saltarello **
 Lorenzo de Medici/ Ebreo c. 1510 (Italy)
  Geolosia  Domenico da Piacenza c. 1450 (Italy)
- Il Piantone * Fabrito Caroso Il Ballarino 1581 (Italy)

These are the dances were planned for the ball Saturday night, June 22, after the Caroso Dance Workshop in the Barony of Caerthe.

Dances marked with "*" were taught in the workshop and dances marked "**" were taught at the ball (because they are so easy).  The rest of the dances are part of our regular repertoir and were not taught at this event (except B. Lavandieres for some new dancers).  Visit our web page for more information about regular Caerthen Dance Practice.

As were were all very hot and tired after the workshop, we ended up starting the ball late.  Only dances marked with a "-" actually happened.

Note that Guillaume has labeled the mostly Italian sets in the French style:  1er (Premier) = 1st, 2me (Deuxieme) = 2nd, etc.

Go to Caroso Dance Workshop.

Go to Caerthen Dance Practice.