Luanne’s Dance List

Harmony in Motion

January 21, 2021

Any alterations from the original choreography made by Luanne Stiles unless otherwise noted

  • Birthday Branle, Choreographer: Gary Roodman, Tune: Jonathan Jensen
  • The Prince of Westborough, Choreographer: Paula Kelley 2006. Tune: Kate Barnes, Middle of Knight 1998
  • The Amazed Geneticist, Choreographer and Tune: Pat Shaw 1974. The Assembly Players
  • Muriel’s Measure. Choreographer and composer: Colin Hume, 1996, recording: Bare Necessities
  • 10 for the 10 Commandments, Fried De Metz Herman, Tune: Bonny Sweet Robin, Holborne 1500’s played by MGM.
  • Breakfast with Coyote, Choreography Brooke Friendly and Chris Sackett, Tune: Dave Bartley, Recording, Rogery
  • Waltz: Year by Year for Dance of a Lifetime by Dave Wiesler, Recording: Goldcrest

 

December 22, 2020

Any alterations from the original choreography made by Luanne Stiles unless otherwise noted

  • Wooden Shoes, Reconstruction by Tom Cook, tune Wooden Shoes or Bartholomew Fair, played by Bare Necessities
  • Solstice Wheat John Lam, inspired by White Wheat, Hazel Moir 1992, to 18th Century Welch traditional song Bugeilio’r Gwenith Gwyn, played by Bare Necessities
  • The Female Saylor, Pat Shaw reconstruction 1695, Recueil de Contredances (Feuillet) 1706, tune Masters in this Hall, recording by
  • Sun Return, Sackett and Friendly 2005, tune Dehors lonc pre 13th Century French, played by Roguery
  • Mr Beveridge’s Maggot, The Dancing Master, Cecil Shape reconstruction, tune the same tune Masters in this Hall, recording by Bare Necessities
  • When Laura Smiles, Orly Krasner, Tune Phillip Rosseter from a Book of Ayres 1601. Played by Reunion

 

November 24, 2020

Any alterations from the original choreography made by Luanne Stiles unless otherwise noted

  • Lilli Burlero, Playford 1690, reconstructed Kate Van Winkle Keller and Genny Shimer (CDSS) 1994, tune by the same name played by Bare Necessities
  • The Bell of Amherst. Gary Roodman 2008, tune Sophia by Erasmus Widmann 1631Dave, played by Bare Necessities
  • Cobbler’s Hornpipe, Jenny Beer.  2008. Tune:  Mister Englefield’s New Hornpipe 1701,
  • Land of Mist and Wonder, Gary Roodman, Tune Mylne’s Court by Rachel Bell, recording Cilantrio
  • Neptune’s Triumph, original choreography: Carneb Guinta tune traditional, Recording Roguery
  • Winter Waltz, Recording: The Flying Romanos

*November 10, 2020

*Any alterations from the original choreography made by Luanne Stiles except as noted

  • Lilli Burlero, Playford 1690, reconstructed Kate Van Winkle Keller and Genny Shimer (CDSS) 1994, tune by the same name played by Bare Necessities
  • Dance of a Lifetime, Joseph Pimentel 2012, tune Yonder Year by Year by Dave Wiesler, played by Goldcrest
  • Michedonia, Dan Blimm2014 set to the traditional Carpathian Tune, played by Adam Oleska, Tanya Rotenberg, and Wes Steepson
  • A Mover and Shaker, Gary Roodman 1997, Tune My Rob in New, a traditional Shaker song, played by Bare Necessities
  • Autumn in Amherst, original choreography: Philip Callens, tune by Kathy Talvitie, The Red Star Line, Recording A Joyful Noise and Hold the Mustard
  • The Dancing Betty, Brooke Friendly and Chris Sackett 2007, tune, Chris Sackett from A Health to Betty Playford 1651. Played by Rogery

 

October 27, 2020

*Any alterations from the original choreography made by Luanne Stiles except as noted

  • Ore Boggy, Neal Collection 1726, Recording: Bare Necessities
  • Come with Voices Singing, original choreography: Joseph Pimentel, tune by Dave Wiesler, recording: Goldcrest
  • The Chocolate Equation, original choreography: Brooke Friendly and Chris Sackett, tune by Shira Kammen, recording: Roguery
  • Autumn in Amherst, original choreography: Philip Callens, tune by Kathy Talvitie, The Red Star Line, Recording A Joyful Noise and Hold the Mustard
  • Flora and Phaon, Walsh 1718, reconstructed by Andrew Shaw.  Recording:  Persons Of Quality
  • Waltz: Everdance tune and recording: Mara Shea and Julie Gorka

 

October 2, 2020

*Any alterations from the original choreography made by Luanne Stiles except as noted

  • Mendocino Redwood, original choreography: Beth Zekly, Bob Fraley and Mary Devlin, tune: Jonathan Jensen “Woodlands” Played by Bare Necessities.
  • We Meet Again, original choreography:  Jenna Simpson, music: “Welcome Home My Dearie” Scottish traditional, Played by Becky Ross, Colleen Reed & Liz Donaldson, Adapted for Zoom We WILL Meet Again by Rebekah Valencia
  • Plum Thursday, by Brooke Friendly & Chris Sackett, tune: The Split Rock by Kevin Burke. Played by Roguery.
  • Neptune’s Triumph (aka, Old Hob or The Mouse Trap) Walsh 1719, reconstructed by Andrew Shaw. Tune: Neptune’s Triumph, Old Hob or the Mousetrap.  Played by Persons of Quality. Adapted for Zoom by Carmen Giunta
  • Chestnut, 1651, Reconstructed by Sharpe 1911.  Played by Bean Necessities.