Frances Richardson dance list

July 16, 2024

Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

  • The Brick Makers — Johnson 1740 and 50s — reconstructed by Ken Sheffield in From Two Barns
  • Volpony – Walsh 1712 — reconstructed by Graham Christian 2004, in The Playford Assembly — Tune by Purcell
  • Caro Dolce — T Wilson 1816 — https://www.regencydances.org/
  • Nonesuch — Playford 1651
  • Waves of Grain — Bob Green 2013 — Tune Wheat by Martha Edwards 2012
  • Saucy Sailor — Jean Butler 1982 in Captain’s Ceilidh — Tune by Dave Brown

 

June 4, 2024

  • Auretti’s Dutch Skipper – Rutherford 1756 — Pemberley Players, Pride & Prejudice Collection
  • Felicity — Colin Hume 2002 — Tune by Dave Brown 2002 — Dave Brown, Outside the Square
  • Tango in Toronto — Colin Hume 2010, https://colinhume.com/instl.htm#Tango — Dancehall Players, More from Dan’s Hall, available from Folk Sales https://folksales.com/
  • Nick’s Maggot — Charles Bolton 1986 in More of the Same — Tune Paganini’s Caprice by Nicolo Paganini — Assembly Players, Old World New Dances
  • Juniata – Sharon Green 2011 — Tune Drifting on the Dreamy Juniata by Jonathan Jensen — Jon Berger, Jonathan Jensen, Shira Kammen, Rebecca King, Dances from the Greenery
  • Tythe Pig — Playford 9th edition 1695 — reconstructed by Nicolas Broadbridge 1995 — Tune by Purcell — Assembly Players, Purcell Ball
  • Interval music: Musette Waltz by Chris Dewhurst — 3D (Chris, Julie and Nick Dewhurst), New Dimensions
  • Final Waltz: Waltz for Rosemary by Dan Page 2004  — (The dance to this is Serenity by Rosemary Lach) — The Dancehall Players, An Evening at Dan’s Hall

 

May 7, 2024

  • Impropriety — Brooke Friendly & Chris Sackett 1999 in  Impropriety— Tune Millison’s Jig from Playford 1651 –Bare Necessities, New Shoots
  • Homebound Duet — Judy Keeling 2020 — Tune Elizabeth by Colin Hume — The Masquerades, Elizabeth and Other Dances
  • Mary K — Gary Roodman 2002 in  A Finite Set of Calculated Figures— Tune Scherzo in Cm by Dave Wiesler 1999 — MGM and Reunion, New Friends
  • The ‘Zither’ Man – Colin Wallace 2000 in Cumbriana Jones and the Theatre of Doom — Tune by Ian Jones — Roguery, Minding the Gap
  • Sapphire Sea — Christine Robb 2015 — Tune Tom Kruskal’s by Emily Troll & Amelia Mason — Dancehall Players, An Evening at Dan’s Hall
  • Pelorus Jack — Barry Skelton 1993 in The Dolphin Book and RSCDS Book 41 — David Cunningham Band, RSCDS Book 41 Millenium Dances
  • Interval music: Heartsease — Stradivarious, Late Arrivals
  • Final Waltz: These Endearing Young Charms — Chris, Julie & Nick Dewhurst, Short & Sweet

 

April 2, 2024

  • Well Done Jack — Kynaston 1718 — reconstructed by Andrew Shaw in The She Favourite — Persons of Quality, Next of Kynaston
  • Bonny Cuckoo — Gail Ticknor 1986 — Tune Sheebeg,Sheemore, traditional — Assembly Players, Playford from the New World
  • Red House — Playford 1690 — Stradivarious, Stradivarious Celebrates
  • Helena — Colin Hume 1988, dance and tune — The Rampions,  Dances with a Difference 3
  • Orleans Baffled — Playford 1701 — reconstructed by Cecil Sharp 1916 — Bare Necessities, A Playford Ball
  • Inchmickery — Roy Goldring, in 14 Social Dances — Tune Mrs. Norman McKeigan — 3D (Chris, Judy, and Nick Dewhurst), Short and Sweet
  • Interval Music: Adele’s Delight — Masquerade, Elizabeth
  • Final Waltz: Waltz for Fair Jeni — Deo Volente, Hilary’s Humours 3

 

March 5, 2024

  • The Goose and Gridiron — Thompson 1768 — reconstructed by Tom Cook 1982 — Not Quite West Kirby (Sue and John Stapledon), A Cook’s Tour
  • Die Woaf (also known as Tyrolean Waltz) — traditional Austrian, interpretation and additional music by Colin Hume — Stradivarious, Late Arrivals
  • Whiskey Before Dinner – Gary Roodman 2008, in Odd Calculated Figures — Tune by Jonathan Jensen — Naomi Morse, Karen Axelrod, Peter Barnes, and Doug Creighton, Band of Friends
  • Algorhythms — Orly Krasner 2014, in Celebrations — Reunion (Daniel Beerbohm, Barbara Greenberg, Jonathan Jensen), Celebrations
  • Mistwold — David Newitt 1993, with variations by Graham Foster — Tune by  Dudley Laufman 1972 — Roguery (Anita Anderson, Dave Bartley, Shira Kammen, Jim Oakden), Minding the Gap
  • Mount Hills —  Dancing Master 1721 — reconstructed by Bentley in Fallibroome — Childgrove (Debbie Jackson, Anne Ogren, Martha Stokely), Early Instincts
  • Break music: Well’s Humour — Assembly Players, Purcell Ball
  • Final waltz: Ashokan Farewell by Jay Ungar — Folkus Pocus, Under No Illusion

 

February 6, 2024

  • Softly Good Tummas — Kynaston 1718 — Interpreted by Andrew Shaw — Bare Necessities, By Choice https://cdss.force.com/commons/s/store
  • Well Hall — Dancing Master 1701 — Pemberley Players, Pride & Prejudice Collection
  • Dancing Dolphins — Barry Skelton 1994 in The Dolphin Book  (available at the Leeds RSCDS branch shop https://rscdsleeds.uk/index.php) — Tunes used: Speed Hump by Marian Anderson; The Log Splitters Jig by Phil Cunningham; Dundreggan Jig by Gordon Shand; Mary’s Practice Scones by Marion Anderson — Marion Anderson, Kangaroo Paw (track Open Road )
  • To the See Again — Ron Coxall in The Blackburne Tunes — Tunes: Miss Lloyd’s Dance/Miss Lloyd Unbuttoned — Stowfolk, The Complete Blackburne Tunes
  • Mignonette — Jan Dale, in Tuzzy Muzzy, a Collection of Thinking Dances — Tune by Terry Willets — Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer recording
  • Row Well Ye Mariners — Dancing Master 1651 — Pemberley Players, Pride & Prejudice Collection
  • Break music: Shepherd’s Round from Johnson’s Choice Collections Vol. 6, No. 138 (which appears in From 2 Barns Vol. 10) — Stradivarious, Blue Sky Thinking (track is labelled Mustn’t Grumble)
  • Final Waltz: Allan Water, traditional Scottish air — Stradivarious, Blue Sky Thinking

 

January 2, 2024

  • Midnight Ramble — Thompson, 1773 — interpreted by George Fogg — Bare Necessities, By Request
  • Manage the Miser — John Young 1710 in The Dancing Master, Vol. the Second — interpretation by Pat Shaw — Hold the Mustard/ Joyful Noise, Seasons of Invention
  • Astonished Archaeologist — Philippe Callens 1999 in Continental Capers — Bare Necessities, At Home
  • Snowball Fight — Hans Prade 2019, Snow Collection, Strasbourg Scottish dance (http://www.minicrib.org.uk/Publications/Snow%20Collection.pdf) — Chris and Julie Dewhurst, Short & Sweet
  • Shepherd’s Delight — Hilary Herbert 1997 in Hilary’s Humours — Tune Quem Pastores — Flying Romanos, The Flying Romanos Take Off!
  • Leaving of Liverpool — David Carpenter 1974, in The Country Dance Club Book — Stradivarious, Sceptered Isle
  • Interval music: Heartsease, played by Stradivarious
  • Final waltz: Moonlight Moorings by Heather Bexom — Chris and Julie Dewhurst, Razzamatazz

 

December 12, 2023

  • Alderman’s Hat — Playford, circa 1700, Apted Collection — Recording: J Coleman & D Smith, Apted and other Country Dances-Playford style dance tunes from 1970s archive recordings— Folk Sales https://folksales.com/ or CDSS https://cdss.force.com/commons/s/store
  • Homebound Duet –Judy Keeling 2020 — Tune: Elizabeth by Colin Hume — Masquerade, Elizabeth and other dances
  • Companions – Victor Skowronski 2003 — Tune Ronde II Mon Amy by Susato — Bare Necessities, New Shoots
  • Female Saylor — 1706 Feuillet Recueil de Contredanses (La Matelotte) — reconstructed by Pat Shaw 1965 — Bare Necessities, Favorites of the Boston Center
  • Winter Dreams — Roodman 1996 in Sum Further Calculated Figures — Tune by Jonathan Jensen — MGM & Reunion, Old Friends
  • Merry Andrew — Heffer and Porter 1931 in Maggot Pie — Bare Necessities, At Home
  • Leaving of Liverpool — David Carpenter 1974, in The Country Dance Club Book — Stradivarious, This Sceptered Isle
  • Break music: Waltz for Rosemary by Dan Page, 2004 (used for the dance Serenity by Rosemary Lach) — The Dancehall Players, An Evening at Dan’s Hall
  • Final Waltz: Waltz for Fair Jennie — Deo Volente, Hilary’s Humours Vol 3

 

December 5, 2023

Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

  • The Prince Regent — Wheatstone 1816 — reconstructed by Reg Battle, Pride and Prejudice Collection, volume IVhttps://www.fainmusic.co.uk/pandp4.html
  • Felicity — Colin Hume 2002 — Tune by Dave Brown 2002
  • Beautyberry — Joseph Pimentel 2005 in The Goldcrest Collection — Tune Baptist Johnson/Planxty Johnson by O’Carolan
  • Pelorus Jack — Barry Skelton 1993 in RSCDS Book 41
  • Frances’ Fan Waltz — Gill Jennings 2011, adapted by Frances Richardson from her strathspey Frances’ Fancy in the Catherine De Barnes Collection — Tune used: Frances’ choice of Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms, traditional
  • Red House — Playford 1695
  • Song at the break: Come Bring With a Noise
  • Final waltz: Carrock Fell by Jonny Dyer

 

November 7, 2023

Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

  • Dancing Across the Atlantic — Loretta Holz 2005 in Dancing Across the Atlantic — Tune Dancing up a Storm by Charlene Thomson
  • Waves of Grain — Bob Green 2013 — Tune Wheat by Martha Edwards, 2012
  • The Physical Snob — unidentified source, circa 1800 — reconstructed by Bentley, Fallibroome Collection
  • Caro Dolce — T Wilson 1816 — https://www.regencydances.org/
  • Mignonette — Jan Dale 2003 in Tuzzy Muzzy — Tune by Terry Willets
  • Saucy Sailor — Jean Butler 1982 in Captain’s Ceilidh — Tune by Dave Brown
  • Final waltz: Vintage Puget by Vicki Swan

 

October 3, 2023

  • Childgrove — Playford 1701 — reconstructed by Cecil Sharp 1922 — Pemberley Players, Pride & Prejudice Collection 1
  • Well Hall — Playford 1686 — reconstructed by Frank van Cleef 1982 — Pemberley Players, Pride & Prejudice Collection 3
  • Inchmickery — Roy Goldring, in 14 Social Dances — Tune Miss Grace Hay’s Delight — 3D (Chris, Judy, and Nick Dewhurst), Short and Sweet
  • Orleans Baffled — Playford 1701 — reconstructed by Cecil Sharp 1916 — 3D, Brass Tracks
  • An Enchanted Place — Antony Heywood in An Enchanted Place and other dances — Assembly Players, Old World New Dances
  • Old Wife Behind the Fire — Neal 1726 — reconstructed by Fogg and Jackson 1990 — Bare Necessities, Strong Roots
  • Interval music: Ashworth by Anita Anderson — The Flying Romanos,  Round Robin
  • Final waltz: Moonlight Moorings by Heather Bexom — 3D,  Razzamatazz

 

September 5, 2023

Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

  • Buonaparte’s Expedition — Skillern, Twenty Four New Country Dances for the year 1799 — notes on RegencyDances.org
  • Turn of the Tide — Ron Coxall 2002 in CDSS News 2002 — Tune Moonlight Moorings by Heather Bexon
  • Lancer’s Quadrille — Duval’s Les Lanciers (Figure 5) 1817 — see RegencyDances.org
  • Softly Good Tummas — Walsh 1718 — interpreted by Andrew Shaw 2007 in The She Favourite
  • Half Hannikin — Playford 1651 — reconstructed by Cecil Sharp
  • Die Woaf (also known as Tyrolean Waltz) — traditional Austrian, interpretation and additional music by Colin Hume
  • Final waltz: Pablo Goes Fishing, by Vicki Swan

 

August 1, 2023

Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

  • Merrymaker’s Jubilee – Ellen Taylor in Not Quite Gold — Tune by Joan Gilbert
  • Beauty in Tears — Manuscript from 1700s — interpreted by Ken Sheffield
  • The Fireworks — Johnson VI 1751 — reconstructed by J Miller, Virginia Early Musick
  • Whiskey Before Dinner — Gary Roodman 2008 — Tune by Jonathan Jensen
  • Severn Bore — Fried de Metz Herman 1997 in Fringe Benefits — Tune Sarabande by A. Corelli
  • Barbarini’s Tambourine — Walsh Caledonian IV ca 1747 — interpretation by Ken Sheffield

 

June 6, 2023

  • Inchmickery — Roy Goldring in 14 Social Dances for 2000 — Tune Miss Grace Hay’s Delight — Chris, Julie and Nick Dewhurst, Short & Sweet
  • Helena — Colin Hume 1988, dance and tune — The Rampions,  Dances with a Difference 3
  • Mary K — Gary Roodman 2002 in  A Finite Set of Calculated Figures — Tune Scherzo in Cm by Dave Wiesler 1999 — MGM and Reunion, New Friends
  • Companions – Victor Skowronski 2003 — Tune Ronde II Mon Amy by Susato — Bare Necessities, New Shoots
  • Frances’ Fan Waltz — Gill Jennings, published as Frances’ Fancy in the Catherine De Barnes Collection — Tune used: “Waltz for Fair Jennie” — Performed by Deo Volente on Hilary’s Humours
  • Dancing Dolphins — Barry Skelton in The Dolphin Book — Marion Anderson and her (Scottish) band, Kangeroo Paw
  • Break music: Tan Y Capel — The Cracknells, Jan Dale’s Tuzzy Muzzy
  • Final waltz: Moonlight Moorings by Heather Bexon — Chris, Julie and Nick Dewhurst, Razzmatazz

 

May 2, 2023

  • Opening waltz: Symmetry Waltz — by Dave Marcus — Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer recording
  • Pelorus Jack — Barry Skelton, in RSCDS Book 41 — George Meikle & the Lothian Band, Highland Music Vol 10, track: Spiffin
  • Felicity — Colin Hume 2002 — Tune by Dave Brown 2002 — Dave Brown, Outside the Square
  • Delia — Ellen Taylor, in Hunter’s Moon (Cook) — Tune by Samuel Howard, 18th century —  Dancehall Players, More from Dan’s Hall — available from Folk Sales https://folksales.com/ or CDSS  https://cdss.org/
  • Interval music: Kathren Oggie by Early Music New York
  • Hit and Miss — Playford 1651 — Tune Daphne — Pemberley Players, Pride & Prejudice Collection (1)
  • Homebound Duet — Judy Keeling 2020 — Tune Elizabeth by Colin Hume — The Masquerades, Elizabeth and Other Dances
  • Tango in Toronto — Colin Hume 2010 (dance and music) — Dancehall Players, More from Dan’s Hall
  • Final waltz: Ashokan Farewell by Jay Ungar — Folkus Pocus, Under No Illusion

 

April 4, 2023

Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

  • Red House –Playford 1695
  • Mignonette — Jan Dale 2003 in Tuzzy Muzzy — Tune by Terry Willets
  • Nonesuch — Playford 1651
  • The Duchess of Devonshire’s Reel — Ignatius Sancho 1779 in Twelve Country Dances for the Year 1779
  • Waves of Grain — Bob Green 2013 — Tune Wheat by Martha Edwards 2012
  • Saucy Sailor — Jean Butler 1982 in Captain’s Ceilidh — Tune by Dave Brown
  • Merrymaker’s Jubilee – Ellen Taylor in Not Quite Gold — Tune by Joan Gilbert

 

March 7, 2023

Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

  • The Old Wife Behind the Fire — Neal, Choice Collection, 1726 — reconstructed by R Jackson & G Fogg
  • Well Hall — Playford 1679 — reconstructed by Frank Van Cleef 1982
  • Dancing Across the Atlantic — Loretta Holz 2005, in Dancing Across the AtlanticTune “Dancing Up a Storm” by Charlene Thomson
  • The Brick Makers — Johnson 1740 and 50s — reconstructed by Ken Sheffield in From Two Barns
  • Turn of the Tide — Ron Coxall 2002 in CDSS News 2002 — Tune “Moonlight Moorings” by Heather Bexon
  • Row Well Ye Mariners — Playford 1651 — reconstructed by Charles Bolton 1992

 

February 7, 2023

  • Freeford Gardens — Kathryn and David Wright 1980, in Wright’s Humours — Tune Edgeworth Bumpkins — Recording information unavailable
  • An Enchanted Place — Antony Heywood — Tune Hewlett by O’Carolan — Assembly Players, Old World New Dances
  • Shrewsbury Lasses – Thompson 1765 — reconstructed by W. Porter, M. and A. Heffer 1966, in The Apted Collection — Stradivarious, Late Arrivals
  • The Physical Snob — unidentified source, circa 1800 — reconstructed by Bentley, Fallibroome Collection — Bare Necessities, Simple Pleasures
  • Juniata – Sharon Green 2011 — Tune Drifting on the Dreamy Juniata by Jonathan Jensen — Jon Berger, Jonathan Jensen, Shira Kammen, Rebecca King, Dances from the Greenery
  • The Astonished Archaeologist – Philippe Callens 1999 in Continental Capers — Tune “Goff Hall” by Dan Lanier — Bare Necessities, At Home
  • Break music: Ashworth by Anita Anderson (for the dance Ashworth by Charles Bolton), Flying Romanos, Round Robin
  • Final music: Blind Mary by O’Carolan — Amarillis, Blind Harper Dances

 

January 3, 2023

  • Female Saylor — 1706 Feuillet Recueil de Contredanses (La Matelotte)  — reconstructed by Pat Shaw 1965 — Bare Necessities, Favorites of the Boston Center
  • Homebound Duet –Judy Keeling 2020 — Tune: Elizabeth by Colin Hume – Masquerade, Elizabeth and other dances
  • Half Hannikin — Playford 1651 — reconstructed by Cecil Sharp — Flying Romanos, The Flying Romanos Take Off!
  • Merry Andrew — Heffer and Porter 1931 in Maggot Pie — Bare Necessities, At Home
  • Winter Dreams — Roodman 1996 in Sum Further Calculated Figures — Tune by Jonathan Jensen   – Assembly Players, Playford from the New World
  • My Lady Winwood’s Maggot — Playford 1728 – reconstructed by Charles Bolton, Retreads 2-– 3D (Nick and Chris Dewhurst), Brass Tracks

 

December 6, 2022

Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

  • The Prince Regent — Wheatstone 1816 — reconstructed by Reg Battle, Pride and Prejudice Collection, volume IVhttps://www.fainmusic.co.uk/pandp4.html
  • Shepherd’s Delight — Hilary Herbert 1997 in Hilary’s Humours — Tune Quem Pastores, traditional Christmas carol
  • Mary K — Gary Roodman 2002 in A Finite Set of Calculated Figures — Tune Scherzo in Cm by Dave Wiesler
  • Strawberrys and Cream — Ignatius Sancho 1779 in Twelve Country Dances for the Year 1779
  • Volpony – Walsh 1712 — reconstructed by Graham Christian 2004, in The Playford Assembly — Tune by Purcell
  • Take a Dance — Thompson 1765 in Compleat Collection vol. 2 — reconstructed by K & D Wright in Wright’s Humours vol 1

 

November 8, 2022

Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

  • Opening waltz: Hands Across the Water by Jonny Dyer
  • Mount Hills — Playford 17th ed. 1721 — reconstructed by Bentley in Fallibroome
  • Northdown Waltz — Goulding & Cos. Collection 1820 — reconstructed A Simons, 1971
  • John Tallis’s Canon — Pat Shaw 1965
  • Midnight Ramble — Thompson 1773 Thompson — reconstructed by George Fogg, published in The Playford Assembly 2015
  • Culford Heath Camp — Ignatius Sancho, Twelve Country Dances for the Year 1779 (dance and tune)
  • Severn Bore — Fried de Metz Herman 1997 in Fringe Benefits — Tune Sarabande by A. Corelli
  • Mendocino Redwood — Mary Devlin, Bob Fraley and Elizabeth Zekley, 2005 — Tune Woodlands Walk by Jonathan Jensen
  • Final waltz: Logan Rock, by Jonny Dyer

 

October 4, 2022

  • Chocolate Round-O — Fried de Metz Herman 1989, in Ease and Elegance — Tune adapted from Purcell — Assembly Players, A Purcell Ball
  • Bonny Cuckoo — Gail Ticknor 1986 — Tune Sheebeg,Sheemore, traditional — Assembly Players, Playford from the New World
  • Mistwold — David Newitt 1993 — Tune Mistwold by Dudley Laufman 1972 — Roguery, Minding the Gap
  • Braes of Dornoch — Johnson 1753 — reconstructed by Charles Bolton in Retreads —  version for Zoom by Victoria Yeomans — Bare Necessities, Strong Roots
  • Helena — Colin Hume 1988 (dance and tune) — The Rampions, Dances with a Difference
  • Well Done Jack – -Kynaston 1718 — reconstructed by Andrew Shaw in The She Favourite — Persons of Quality, Next of Kynaston
  • Break Music:  Adele’s Delight by Colin Hume — The Masquerades, Elizabeth and Other Dances
  • Final Waltz:  Allan Water — Stradivarious, Blue Sky Thinking

 

September 6, 2022

Live music by Vicki  Swan and Jonny Dyer

  • Salute to Preston — Brian Wedgbury 1977, Not Quite Shaw; also The Dances of Brian Wedgbury, ed. Andrew Shaw
  • Tyrolean Waltz  (aka Die Woaf) — traditional Austrian, interpretation and additional music by Colin Hume
  • Merrymaker’s Jubilee — Ellen Taylor, Not Quite Gold — Tune by Joan Gilbert
  • Pelorus Jack — Barry Skelton (Scottish version in RSCDS Book 41) — interpreted for English by Ron Coxall, Walls
  • Beauty in Tears  — Manuscript from 1700s — interpreted by Ken Sheffield
  • Benjamin’s Birthday — Gary Roodman 1999, A Number of Calculated Figures

 

July 5, 2022

  • Dancing Across the Atlantic — Loretta Holz 2005 — Tune Dancing Up a Storm by Charlene Thomson –Flying Romanos, Dancing Across the Atlantic
  • Felicity — Colin Hume — Tune by Dave Brown 2002 — Dave Brown, Outside the Square
  • Nick’s Maggot– Charles Bolton, More of the Same 1986 — Assembly Players, Old World New Dances
  • Astonished Archaeologist — Philippe Callens 1992, in Continental Capers 2004 — Bare Necessities, At Home
  • Well Hall — Playford 1679 — Pemberley Players, Pride & Prejudice, vol III
  • Leaving of Liverpool — David Carpenter 1974, in The Country Dance Club Book — Stradivarious, This Sceptered Isle

June 7, 2022

Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

  • Brickmakers, The — Johnson, Two Hundred Favourite Country Dances (18th c) — reconstructed by Ken Sheffield in  From Two Barns, Vol 6, Ten Country Dances for 1992
  • Strawberrys and Cream — Ignatius Sancho, Twelve Country Dances for the Year 1779
  • Turn of the Tide — Ron Coxall 2002 — Tune Moonlight Moorings by Heather Bexon
  • Softly Good Tummas — Nathaniel Kynaston 1718 — reconstructed by Andrew Shaw in The She Favourite 2002
  • Waves of Grain — Bob Green 2013 — Tune Wheat by Martha Edwards 2012
  • Tythe Pig — Playford 9th edition 1695 — reconstructed by Nicolas Broadbridge 1995

 

May 3, 2022

 

April 5, 2022
Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

  • Mendocino Redwood — M Devlin, B Fraley and E Zekley 2005 — Tune Woodlands Walk by Jonathan Jensen
  • An Enchanted Place — Antony Heywood 1990 — Tune Hewlett by O’Carolan
  • Physical Snob — circa 1800 source unknown — reconstructed by Bernard Bentley, Fallibroome Collection
  • Algorhythms —  Orly Krasner 2014 —  Tune Frank Palmer by O’Carolan
  • Juniata —  Sharon Green 2011  — Tune Drifting  on the Dreamy Juniata by Jonathan Jensen
  • Auretti’s Dutch Skipper — Rutherford 1756

March 1, 2022
Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

 

February 1, 2022

  • Take a Dance — Thompson 1765 — reconstructed in Wright’s Humours — Chris & Julie Dewhurst recording
  • Well Hall — Dancing Master 1701 — Pemberley Players, Pride & Prejudice Collection 3
  • Softly Good Tummas — Kynaston 1718 — reconstructed by Andrew Shaw —  Bare Necessities,  By Choice https://cdss.force.com/commons/s/store
  • Orleans Baffled — Dancing Master 1728 — Bare Necessities, A Playford Ball
  • Winter Dreams — G Roodman — MGM, Old Friends
  • Mount Hills — Dancing Master 1721 – -reconstructed in Fallibroome — Childgrove, Early Instincts

 

January 4, 2022
Live music by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer