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How to Learn a New Dance

Everyone learns differently, and you’ll learn each dance best for actually dancing if you stick it in as many corners of your brain as you can. The ideas I’ve listed take advantage of the myriad […]

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european dance

Hole in the Wall

This stately dance is well into the grey period of the 1600’s and doesn’t fit the SCA criteria of pre-1600 culture, but it’s an old favorite within the society. We have our own subtle styling […]

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french folk dance

Bransle de Bourgogne

Also called the Burgundian Bransle (pronounced ‘brawl’). This simple dance makes a great addition to the SCA repertoire. It’s perfect for demos where you can get mundanes up and dancing an authentic 16th century French […]