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From the labels:
Rec'ded under auspices of English Folk Dance & Song Soc.
The "1.1" of the side B runout might be an "E" instead.
English Country Dances - 17Th Century Music From The Publications Of John Playford David Douglass, Paul O'Dette, Andrew Lawrence-King Original : Old English Country Dances - Kalevi Kiviniemi, Kiviniemi, Kalevi organ. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Regency and Playford dances would fall into this illustrious category. Ladies in ballgowns, men in tailcoats - the Steampunk look. The Regency Era era preceded the Victorian and Edwardian Era so the dances would cross eras. 1603-1713 Stuart Period 1651 John Playford's the English Country Dance Master 1714-1837 Georgian Period 1795 - 1837 Regency era - Prince Regent : George IV 1837-1901 Victorian Period 1901-1910 Edwardian Period 1901-now House of Windsor. Every Thu night, the Playford Plodders offers dance instruction in Playford and Regency dances in Balboa Park from 7pm-9:45pm. Playford, John. Publication date. Country dances, Dances, For violin, Scores featuring the violin, For 1 player, For treble instrument, Scores with open instrumentation, For 1 player, For 3 recorders arr, For 3 players, Scores featuring the recorder, For 3 saxophones arr, For 3 players, Scores featuring the saxophone. imslp additional collections. Lively period dance tunes played beautifully and recorded with clarity. A must for any lover of period music. Read more. The tunes are accurate to the original, the tempos are just right to dance to, and the arrangements are interesting and different from track to track. English Country Dances: From Playford's Dancing Master 1651-1703. The Broadside Band. 253 listeners. John Playford 1623-1686 was an English bookseller and publisher, and is now best-known for his publication of The English Dancing Master, which is often referred to simply as Playford. Playford was born in Norwich. He served an apprenticeship with th publisher John Benson from 163940 to 1647, after which he opened a shop in the porch of Temple Church. He published The English Dancing Master in 1651. The work contains both the music and instructions for English country dances. Country dances Dances For violin Scores featuring the violin For 1 player For treble instrument Scores with open instrumentation For 3 recorders arr For 3 players arr Scores featuring the recorder arr For 3 saxophones arr Scores featuring the saxophone arr For 2 guitars arr For 2 players arr Scores featuring the guitar arr For guitar arr For 1 player arr For 4 saxophones arr For 4 players arr. Related Works. For Cecil Sharp's arrangements for piano solo of various tunes see Country Dance Tunes. 1 Performances. London: William Godbid for John Playford, 1670. Public Domain. Courting an English Lady New York Baroque Dance Company World Financial Center,Winter Garden country dance is any of a very large number of social dances of a type that originated in the British Isles it is the repeated execution of a predefined sequence of figures, carefully designed to fit a fixed length of music, performed by a group of people, usually in couples, in one or more sets. The figures involve interaction with your partner andor with other dancers, usually with a progression so that you dance with everyone in your set. It is common in modern times to have a caller who