Posts Tagged ‘Dancers’

The Elegance of Baroque (2008)

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Quick overview of the different dances taught on Dancetime Publications’ DVD, “How to Dance Through Time vol. IV.” Available at www.dancetimepublications.com

Texas Renaissance Festival (2010) – PART 2

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

This is video footage of the Annual Texas Renaissance Festival (11/27/2010) in Plantersville / Magnolia Tx. In this one there is singing, swords, dancers, sexy belly dancing gypsies, games, and more! Don’t forget to watch part 1 too!

Renaissance Faire – Lake Bancroft Park – Ishpeming, Michigan – 08/07/10

Friday, August 12th, 2011

An annual Renaissance Faire that was held at Lake Bancroft Park in Ishpeming, Michigan on Staurday, August 7, 2010. It was my second time attending and found it to be quite interesting. Everyone dressed up in costumes, lots of vendors selling their renaissance wares and people demonstrating a variety of different battle armor, fighting weapons […]

Sword balancing belly dancers at Colorado Renaissance Festival

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Sword balancing belly dancers at Larkspur, CO Renaissance Festival, 2011 on the Sunday of opening weekend, 6/12/2011. she was so amazing!

Renaissance Faire – Lake Bancroft Park – Ishpeming, Michigan – 08/07/10

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

An annual Renaissance Faire that was held at Lake Bancroft Park in Ishpeming, Michigan on Staurday, August 7, 2010. It was my second time attending and found it to be quite interesting. Everyone dressed up in costumes, lots of vendors selling their renaissance wares and people demonstrating a variety of different battle armor, fighting weapons […]

Renaissance Dances: For Dancers Young and Old (Paperback)

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

This wonderful book with CD is a must for music, dance, or classroom teachers teaching about the Renaissance. Historical information about the Renaissance is included as well as easy-to-follow dance graphics. Each dance is provided in three formats: CD dance-along orchestrations with authentic Renaissance sounds, classroom recorder/Orff instrument arrangements, and piano arrangements. These dances are […]

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