Evolution of Contrapasso

In Bailarino, Caroso describes the "Contrapasso" as "Balleto d'Incerto, da farsi in due" - in Nobilta di Dame, he clearly regards "Contrapasso da farsi in ruota" as being the same dance, only improved (and "his" rather than anonymous). We'll dance through both of these easy 16th-c Italian dances and talk a little bit about the differences.

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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.
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Beginner's Class
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Intermediate Class
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Advanced Class
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European Dance Class
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Music Class
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Day 1: Friday


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