Saltare Collegium 2012
June 16, 2012
1000 University Center Lane
Lawrenceville GA 30043
Are you interested in dance? Do you want to learn some new and interesting dances? Do you need to brush up on the old standards? Do you have a favorite dance you'd like to teach? Do you just want to get out on the floor with the kingdom's best dancers? If so, this is the event you've been waiting for!
This year's Saltare Collegium will be held in Lawrenceville, GA on June 16, 2012, hosted by the Barony of Bryn Madoc. This event provides an opportunity for the dancers of the kingdom to teach and learn new things, and also to have a good old fashioned dance party.
This is a DRY SITE. Anyone bringing alcohol will be removed from site.
Lady Gwyneth Ravenscar (Morgan Vick)
Bantiarna Muirenn ingen Donngaile (Ashley Cotton)
Master Lorenzo Petrucci
Classes will be held at the Student Center on the Georgia Gwinnett College campus.
Turn onto Collins Hill rd from 316 (Left turn if coming from Atlanta, right turn if coming from Athens)
Make a left turn at the first stop light to get onto the Georgia Gwinnett campus. Follow the road around and turn right at the first stop sign.
Pick a spot in either of the two parking lots, park, then head toward the large round building with the cube on top (it is at the right side of the quad).
From that building, look left, for building "E". That's the student center.
Regarding prices for Saltare: This event will be free. However, the Barony of Bryn Madoc is asking for voluntary donations for the Harvel Memorial Scholarship Fund run by Georgia Gwinnett College.
At the time of his untimely passing, Lonnie Harvel, known in the SCA as Lord Aoghann MacGumerait, was the sitting seneschal of Bryn Madoc. In addition to being a deeply respected and beloved member of our fair Barony, he worked at Georgia Gwinnett College as the founding Vice President for Educational Technology. Earlier this year, the school honored him by renaming a street "Lonnie Harvel Blvd." With both the Barony and the college missing his steady hand, our population wishes to honor him.
The college for which Lord Aoghann gave so much is new and supports inviting and technologically advanced spaces to hold Saltare. Because of Lord Aoghann's support of the arts including theater, music, and dance, we have chosen to donate the event's proceeds to the Harvel Memorial Scholarship Fund. As the Barony is working in concert with an on-campus sponsor, The History Club, this event is listed on the campus as a student fundraiser for the scholarship fund. Please consider supporting the Saltare dance guild, the Barony of Bryn Madoc, and Georgia Gwinnett College in memory of a man we all respected and loved.
|European 1 (Ballroom C)||European 2 (Ballroom B)||European 3 (Ballroom A)|
|10:00||Easy English Country Dances||15th Century Italian Dance Steps||History of Dance Styles|
|11:00||Intermediate English Country Dance for 3 couples||Hot Pursuit: 15th century Italian chasing dances||Bransles|
|12:00||Parson's Farewell||15th century Italian dances for various sets||Easy 16th century Italian dances|
|2:30||English Country Dance for various sets||Casoulle la Nouvelle and other dances||Inns of Court|
|3:30||Intermediate English Country Dance for 4 couples||Workshop: Les Bouffons, a 16th century sword dance||Dances Everyone Should Know|
|4:30||Review by Request (English Country)||Review by Request (Other Dances)|
Bransles (Fleur Stewart)
Single, Burgundian, Cassandra, Pinagay, Charlotte, War, Washerwomen's, Pease, Hermits', Candlestick, Clog, Horses
Easy English Country Dances (Fleur Stewart)
Goddesses, Jenny Pluck Pears, Sellinger's Round, Halfe Hanikin
Intermediate English Country Dance for 3 couples (Katrina of Iron Mountain)
Picking of Sticks, Whirligig, Road to Lisdoonvarna
Intermediate English Country Dance for 4 couples (Katrina of Iron Mountain)
Newcastle, Nonesuch, If All The World Were Paper
English Country Dance for various sets (Rhonwen verch Ieuan)
This class will cover English country dances of various types. Dances may include Cheerily and Merrily, Cuckolds All a Row, Boateman, Upon a Summers Day, and Goddesses.
Parson's Farewell (Peryn Rose Whitehorse)
A fun lively English Country dance with no repeats for sets of 2 couples. Some ECD experience needed.
15th Century Italian Dance Steps (Peryn Rose Whitehorse)
This class will introduce you to the vocabulary and footwork of 15th century Italian dances.
History of Dance Styles (Lorenzo Petrucci)
This class will discuss the history and evolution of the various European dance styles done in the SCA, along with an overview of step vocabularies for each.
Hot Pursuit: 15th century Italian chasing dances (Lorenzo Petrucci)
15th century Italian dances for various sets (Serafina Alamanni)
Petit Riense, Gelosia, Amoroso
Casoulle la Nouvelle and other dances (Mariona Dolores Ruiz de la Costa)
Easy 16th century Italian dances (Runolfr Orthlokarr Ulfsson)
Contrapasso in Due, Ballo del Fiore, Villanella
Dances Everyone Should Know (Gilbert de York / Lorenzo Petrucci)
Black Nag, Black Alman, Ly Bens Dystonis, Heart's Ease, etc.
Inns of Court (Yves de Fortanier)
This class will cover the pavanes, almans, and measures done at the Inns of Court in 16th century London.
Workshop: Les Bouffons, a 16th century sword dance (Rhonwen verch Ieuan, Leona Serwa, Mikolaj Pilypas)
French dancing... and swords! What could be a better combination? Please come join us in a workshop to explore the music, steps, and sword work in Thoinot Arbeau's dance Les Bouffons. This workshop is for both beginner and experienced dancers as well as beginner and experienced fighters (And of course dancer/fighters of all experience levels). We will be supplying wooden swords and shields and no previous blade work is required.
|Eastern 1 (Ballroom D)||Eastern 2 (Private Dining 2)|
|10:00||Introduction to Persian Dance||Storytelling via Dance|
|11:30||Introduction to Classical Indian Dance|
|2:30||Belly Dance for the SCA: An Introduction to Middle Eastern Dance||Intermediate Persian Dance|
|4:00||What is Middle Eastern Music? A Dancer's Introduction to Maqamat||Documenting Performing Arts Entries|
Introduction to Persian Dance (Margavati)
This class will provide an introduction to the techinques of classical Persian dance.
Storytelling via Dance (Deirdre inghean ui Thighearnain)
Introduction to Classical Indian Dance (Maya Ekkadi)
Students will be taught a brief history of Bharatanatyam followed by an opportunity to learn several beginner moves known as Adavus. This dance originated in the southern portion of India in a state now known as Tamil Nadu. In the end, students should leave with an enhanced appreciation of and understanding for this beautiful and ancient art form.
Belly Dance for the SCA: An Introduction to Middle Eastern Dance (Majda Anwar)
In this class, students will be introduced to basic Middle Eastern dance technique. We will cover basic posture, basic hip movement, and safety tips for dancing at outdoor SCA events. Music provided by Aylwin Watkins.
What is Middle Eastern Music? A Dancer's Introduction to Maqamat (Majda Anwar)
In Middle Eastern music, musicians strive for Tarab, or "enchantment", of the audience. The idea of Tarab spans all arts of the Middle East - including dance. In this workshop, Majda will introduce basic theory of the Middle Eastern Maqmat, or musical modes, in order for dancers to recognize the difference between the major modal families of maqamat. In addition to ear training and getting used to the quarter tone system that makes the maqamat unique, dancers will also be guided through how to emote these different modes. Note: This class is for dancers familiar with basic Middle Eastern dance technique.
Intermediate Persian Dance (Jadi Fatima al-Ishfahani al Samarkandiyya)
This class will expand on the basic techniques of classical Persian dance.
Documenting Performing Arts Entries (Deirdre inghean ui Thighearnain)
|Music Classes (Private Dining 1)|
|10:00||Middle Eastern Music for Beginners (MEM100)|
|11:30||Middle Eastern Music in the Group Setting at Samra' or Hafla' (MEM101)|
|2:30||Elizabethan "Parlor" Music|
Middle Eastern Music for Beginners (MEM100) (Aylwin Watkins / Majda Anwar)
Intro to the genre of Middle Eastern music for musicians with basic skills on instruments such as clarinet, flute, violin, etc. with the goal of participating in group settings at middle eastern dance and music gatherings (Samra'). A couple of simple melodies, Samra' etiquette for musicians, and a brief overview of music theory. Please Bring your instrument to the class. Limit:10 Ages:14 & up
Middle Eastern Music in the Group Setting at Samra' or Hafla' (MEM101) (Aylwin Watkins / Majda Anwar)
A follow-on course to MEM100 and a beginning discussion of Middle Eastern Music Theory to include the basic building blocks of the "Maqam" or modes. The class will involve more playing of Maqams and includes an intro to rhythms one might encounter at a group setting. More traditional Arabic tunes will be taught and practiced. Limit:10 Ages:14 & up
Elizabethan "Parlor" Music (Alasais Bandeli)
Come learn about this form of 16th century music. No musical experience necessary.
For those of you who like to plan ahead, or who are planning to play music for the Saltare revel, here is the planned European ball list:
Pinagay Bransle/Charlotte Bransle/War Bransle
Jenny Pluck Pears
Contrapasso in Due
Cuckolds All a Row
Ly Bens Dystonis
Ballo del Fiore
Road to Lisdoonvarna
Casoulle la Nouvelle
If All The World Were Paper
Picking of Sticks
Upon a Summers Day