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Dancing at Twelfth Night

Please join us for a day filled with joyous dance in the School!

10 am- Band Rehearsal (for Choral Ball music)
11 am- First Penta Pentamere Dances (taught by Baroness Gwenllyen the Minstrel)
1 pm-4 pm- Open Dance: With live music led by the Lady Siri Toivosdotter and Roaring Wastrels. Dances will include choral dances with a holiday theme (Official Bransle, Dargason, Juice of Barley, and Chestnut), a couple of simple holiday-themed dance games, and your favorites as you request them. Yay, dancing!

Note: At 10 am, Singers and Instrumentalists who wish to rehearse Choral Ball music should assemble in the dancing area (in the school). The pieces to be rehearsed will be Chestnut/Dove's Figary, Official Bransle, Dargason/Hey for Christmas, Stingo/Barley Corne.

For Instrumentalists interested in accompanying the dancing, please bring your Pennsic Pile 45 which can be downloaded here: http://pennsicdance.aands.org/pennsic45/PennsicPile45.pdf

Copies of the music, including the version of Petit Riens which will be included in the new Penta 5 set, can be acquired by messaging Jo-Ann Sheffer on Facebook, or JoniSyngs@aol.com, or joining the Facebook group SCA Choral Ensemble https://www.facebook.com/groups/463124240533889/ where it is located in the File section.

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