Introduction to 16th C Italian Dance

This class will focus on some of the simplest steps of 16th Century Italian dance, as described by Caroso and Negri. We will start by learinging a basic range of steps, such as riverenze, continenze, seguiti and spezzati. After learning some short dance sequences containing these steps the class will move on to a discussion of the more complex steps and a short dance for newcomers to 16th C Italian dance. Pop quiz: Which of the following is not a 16th C dance step: Seguito spezzato, Seguito semidoppio, Seguito battuto al Canario, Seguito boscaiola

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Schedule for KWDS III

Deadline for Class Submissions: June 8, 2001

This schedule is not finalized and is still subject to change.
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: Friday


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