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The Playford ball

Kate Van Winkle Keller

The Playford ball

103 early country dances, 1651-1820 : as interpreted by Cecil Sharp and his followers

by Kate Van Winkle Keller

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Published by A Cappella Books, Country Dance and Song Society, Distributed by Independent Publishers Group in Pennington, NJ, Northampton, Mass, [Chicago, Ill.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England.
    • Subjects:
    • Sharp, Cecil James, 1859-1924.,
    • Country-dance -- England.,
    • Country-dances.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesPlayford ball : 103 early English country dances.
      StatementKate Van Winkle Keller and Genevieve Shimer.
      ContributionsShimer, Genevieve.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGV1646.E6 K28 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 120 p. :
      Number of Pages120
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1896392M
      ISBN 101556520913
      LC Control Number90081710

      Playford is a small village in Suffolk, England, on the outskirts of has about residents in 90 households. The name comes from plega (Old English) (Play, sport; used of a place for games, or a courtship or mating-place for animals) ford (Old English) (a ford). Villages nearby include Rushmere, Little Bealings, Great Bealings, Culpho and ct: Suffolk Coastal. Listen to your favorite songs from Early American Roots by Hesperus Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now. the playford ball, early english country dances by kate van winkle keller and genevieve shimer northampton, ma: the country dance and song society, 2nd edition pages pb-bk outstanding work a model of concise accura. Christian's talk will be enhanced by demonstrations of the dances by CDSS dancers and musicians. "The Playford Assembly" (a follow-up to the seminal collection "The Playford Ball," also published by CDSS) features historical dances edited for use by contemporary dancers and dance leaders.


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The Playford Ball: Early English Country Dances Paperback – January 1, by Genevieve Keller, Kate Van Winkle; Shimer (Author)Author: Genevieve Keller, Kate Van Winkle; Shimer.

The Playford Ball. In this volume from the s, Keller and Shimer collect in one place the core of the traditional ECD repertoire: The Playford ball book published by Playford beginning ininterpreted by Cecil Sharp, Pat Shaw and others, and dances still danced and loved throughout the.

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Ship This Item — Temporarily Out of Stock Online. Buy Online, Pick up in Store is currently unavailable, but this item may be available for in Author: Kate Van Winkle. Keller. The Playford Ball is a landmark collection of the classic dances originally published by John Playford in The English Dancing Master () and other 17th and 18th century dance publications.

For the first time, dance lovers and scholars can The Playford ball book Playford's original tunes and instructions with the changes that have been made over the last two centuries. The Playford Ball: author: Kate Van Winkle Keller Genevieve Shimer: Contents - dances; Adson's Saraband: Amarillis: Apley House: Argeers: Auretti's Dutch Skipper: Aye Me: Bath Carnival: Beggar Boy, The: Bishop, The: Black Nag, The: Enter a new book, Enter a new recording Go to start page.

In a music publisher called John Playford published ‘The English Dancing Master’. This was a book of brief instructions for a hundred odd such dances.

The title was probably just a joke because all the best dancing masters were French (or, maybe, a dig at a rival French book). John Playford was the publisher of The English Dancing Master, or Plaine and easie Rules for the Dancing of Country Dances, with the Tune to Each Dance, considered the The Playford ball book English Country Dance (ECD) manual published.

In modern ECD, a “Playford” ball is one in which there is no basic teaching at the ball itself. Palmer's Pocket Playford An aide memoire summary by William Palmer of dances from the Playford Ball programmes as arranged by The Round in Cambridge, England.

3rd Edition Buy The Playford Ball: Early Country Dances As Interpreted by Cecil Sharp and His Followers by Keller, Kate Van Winkle, Shimer, Genevieve The Playford ball book ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday The Playford ball book prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). Buy The Playford Ball: Early English Country Dances by Keller, Kate Van Winkle, Shimer, Genevieve (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Dancing master John Playford first published his book of English country dances in An image of the cover to his book is shown below.

Not all of the dances in this ball program are from Playford's books, and some dances have been composed in this century, but all have a style and feel that harks back to the Playford era dances. Playford-to-the-Present English Country Dance Ball Culver City English Country Dance proudly hosts our Playford-to-the-Present English Country Dance Ball every year on the first Saturday in October.

The ball is geared toward experienced dancers, so The Playford ball book is no teaching at the ball, though dances will have a walk-through and light prompting.

2 Estienne's Country Dance Book Introduction Playford and The English Dancing Master Primary Sources There is really only one primary source for Renaissance country dances and that is The English Dancing Master (renamed The Dancing Master after the second edition), by John Playford.

John Playford (–/7) was a London bookseller, publisher, minor composer, and member of the Stationers' Company, who published books on music theory, instruction books for several instruments, and psalters with tunes for singing in churches.

He is perhaps best known today for his publication of The English Dancing Master in One Charming Night. Dear Playford Ball Community, We have made the difficult decision to cancel the Playford Ball weekend that was scheduled for Marchin light of community concerns about the spread of Covid (Coronavirus), particularly in Santa Clara apologize for your inconvenience and/or loss of travel costs.

Playford Ball Saturday 17th October Rhodri Davies and The Falconers Prices and other details will be available later The Playford Ball is our big event of the year, and we select from the best callers and bands available.

It is a costume event, with most dancers dressing up in impressive period costumes. The Playford Ball Assembly House, Theatre Street, Norwich, NR2 1RQ. Saturday 21st November– pm.

Playford Flyer front) Playford Ball flyer- back. Arrangements can also be made for tickets to be collected on the door. However payment must be made in advance.

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The Playford Ball is a landmark collection of the classic dances originally published by John Playford in The English Dancing Master () and other 17th and 18th century dance publications. For the first time, dance lovers and scholars can compare Playford's original tunes and instructions with the changes that have been made over the last.

Popular Dance History Books Showing of 71 Dancing Through History (Paperback) by. Joan Cass (shelved 2 times as dance-history) The Playford Ball: Early Country Dances, As Interpreted by Cecil Sharp and His Followers (Paperback) by.

Kate Van Winkle Keller. Chelsea Reach was a favorite dance of Christine Helwig, the cofounder of Country Dancers of Westchester and leader of the ECD performance group The Chelsea English Country Dancers, which she. This is the index page for dance instructions.

Please add a link here as appropriate when you have posted a set of instructions. Note that pages in RED still need to be supplied. Others may still need work (it would be nice to have an amber link!??) There are names in grey boxes that MAY (or may not) be dances for which instructions are available.

For those of you not familiar with Playford's The English Dancing Master (), it was the first collection of popular dance tunes published in the British Isles.

It was published in London and sold to the English country dancing market. Some of the tunes are of Scottish and Irish origin, however (e.g., Broom of the Cowdenknowes).

It was a big hit, and it remained in print through. Cheltenham Assembly. 65 likes. The Cheltenham Assembly organise the annual Playford Ball at the Pitville Pump Room in Cheltenham and a Sunday Morning Workshop, the Followers:   John Playford: The English Dancing Master John Playford was born in Norwich inand died in London in His father was a mercer, also named John.

Local records show that he was one of a large family, many of whom were scriveners or stationers. While his brother Matthew was recorded at a grammar school. Home / CDs / Western and Central Europe / England / A Playford Ball, Vol. 12 (Bare Necessities) A Playford Ball, Vol. 12 (Bare Necessities) $ 3 in stock.

Add to cart. SKU: GB Categories: CDs, England, Western and Central Europe. Books and Sheet Music; CDs. Assorted; Eastern Europe and Russia; North America; Scandinavia and Baltic. The Playford Ball. Chicago, A Capella Books, This book belongs in the library of anyone interested in Playford's dances.

In addition to facsimiles of the original source for each dance listed, anecdotal information about the name and tune of each dance make this a wonderful reference work. Millar, John Fitzhugh. Elizabethan Country Dances.

Williamsburg VA, Thirteen. Get this from a library. The Playford ball: early country dances as interpreted by Cecil Sharp and his followers. [Kate Van Winkle. The Playford Ball by Kate Van Winkle Keller,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6).

New Book The Playford Ball: Early Country Dances As Interpreted by Cecil Sharp and. The 40th Annual Boston Playford Ball Evening Ball – pm Barbara Finney, Mistress of Ceremonies Music by Bare Necessities: Kate Barnes, Earl Gaddis, Mary Lea, and Jacqueline Schwab Sound by Tony Hernandez Afternoon workshop – pm Leaders: Rich Jackson and Miriam Newman Music: Catherine Miller and Jean Monroe Pre-registration required Continue reading "Playford Ball".

The Playford Ball: Early English Country Dances by Kate Van Winkle Keller and Genevieve Shimer, ISBN This book is not limited to the Regency era, but does include a number of dances specifically of Jane Austen's years. Get this from a library. The Playford ball: early country dances, as interpreted by Cecil Sharp and his followers.

[Kate Van Winkle Keller; Genevieve Shimer]. BACDS Playford Ball — The Dances. Music source in (parentheses): B1 - “The Blue Book,” The Barnes Book of English Country Dance Tunes (© P. Barnes) B2 - “The Red Book,” The Barnes Book of English Country Dance Tunes, Vol. 2 (© P. Barnes) NIB - Not In Barnes - click to go to music.

She designed and coauthored The Playford Ball, Early Country Dances – as Interpreted by Cecil Sharp and His Followers.

First published by the Society of Dance History Scholars inthis now classic book on English country dance is in its third edition. Norwich Historical Dance are holding their 4th Annual Playford Ball with music provided by Fendragon with MC Andrew Swaine.

This should be a memorable evening in a lovely period venue. For information and to book, contact Anne at [email protected] The 38th Annual Boston Playford Ball Barbara Finney, Mistress of Ceremonies Music by Bare Necessities: Earl Gaddis, Jacqueline Schwab, Kate Barnes, and Mary Lea Afternoon workshop – pm Evening Ball – pm Pre-registration required Playford Ball flyer (legal-sized pdf) Playford Ball registration form (pdf) Links to videos.

Playford Ball Saturday, Octo 7 pm (practice 2 to pm) Church of the Redeemer, Charles St., Baltimore See Enclosed Flier for Registration Information Pride and Prejudice. Emma. Sense and Sensibility.

All of these movies based on Jane Austen books - and they all have such high-energy dances!. The Playford Ball. There is no pdf at present to cancel the Playford Ball. We await further guidance on the Covid situation. Date: Saturday 21st November – – pm Venue: The Assembly House, Theatre Street, Norwich, NR2 1RQ.

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Each set starts with a hinged tin box that measures /8 x /4 x 1'' (16 x 22 x cm).Brand: Galison Books.Palmer's Pocket Ebook.

An aide memoire summary by William Palmer of 55 dances from the Playford Ball programmes as arranged by The Round in Cambridge, England.

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