The dancing bear – Volume 2

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21 folk dances to join in (book & CD) by Dieter Rurländer & Gert Dannemann

Description

The second volume of the popular series contains another 21 folk dances from Central, Western and Northern Europe to join in.

This volume is now available again in a revised 3rd edition.

Among them are such popular and easy-to-learn dances as the Breton An Dro and the German Rose Waltz. Some more difficult dances, such as the Swedish Hambo and a special version of a French Bourrée, provide an incentive even for experienced dancers.

As in the first volume, we have paid attention to a balanced mix of group and couple dances. The levels of difficulty indicated are intended as a guide.

Dances Described:

Group dances:

  • Rose waltz, Germany

  • Marin Congo, Gascony

  • An Dro, Brittany

  • Hanter Dro, Brittany

  • Plin, Brittany

  • Lucky Seven, England

  • Strip the Willow, England

  • Lady Lane, England

  • Gathering Peascods, England

  • Langdans, Sweden

  • Galoppa, Italy

Couple dances:

  • Three-step lathe, Germany

  • Basket waltz, Germany

  • Hambo, Sweden

  • Mazurka, Sweden

  • Mazurka, France

  • Bourrée, Berry

  • Five-four waltz, Alsace

  • Eight-four waltz, Alsace

  • Eleven-four waltz, Alsace

  • Saulocker, Alsace

The book was lovingly illustrated with theme-related graphics by Uta Weidemann.

The accompanying CD is a joint production of the groups “Hölderlin Express”, “La Chanterelle”, “Spielleut” and “La Marmotte”. The melodies used are either traditional or newly composed for the respective dances.

ENGLISH:

The second volume of this popular series contains another 21 folk dances from central, western and northern Europe to dance along. Among them are easy to learn favorites such as the Breton An Dro or the German Rosenwalzer. Some more difficult dances such as the Swedish hambo and a special version of a French bourrée are included as a challenge for more experienced dancers.

As in the first volume, we took care to provide a balanced mix of group and partnered dances. Difficulty levels are indicated as a guideline.’

The book was illustrated by Uta Weidemann.

The CD included with the book is a joint production by the bands “Hölderlin Express”, “La Chanterelle”, “Spielleut” and “La Marmotte”. The tunes used are either traditional or were newly composed for the dances in question.

On the contents: The concept of Tanzbär 1 was used again: a music sample with its source and tempo at the beginning of dance descriptions in easy and comprehensible language; the necessary “jargon” is explained in a separate key drawings to illustrate the texts music for all dances in the annex.

The book is written in German language.

The concept of Tanzbär 1 was used again: a music sample with its source and tempo at the beginning of dance descriptions in easy and comprehensible language; the necessary “jargon” is explained in a separate key drawings to illustrate the texts music for all dances in the annex.

Included dances:

Group Dances: Rosenwalzer, (Germany), Marin Congo (Gascony), An Dro (Brittany), Hanter Dro (Brittany), Plin (Brittany), Lucky Seven (England), Strip the Willow (England), Lady Lane (England), Gathering Peascods (England), Langdans (Sweden), Galoppa (Italy)

Couple Dances: Three Step Turn (Germany), Basket Waltz (Germany), Hambo (Sweden), Mazurka (Sweden), Mazurka (France), Bourrée (Berry), Five Quarter Waltz (Alsace), Eight Quarter Waltz (Alsace), Eleven Quarter Waltz (Alsace), Saulocker (Alsace)


Order no:

28-5
ISBN: 978-3-927240-28-5
Format: 21 x 28 cm


Number of pages:

68 pages with CD


Binding: Wire-O spiral binding

Additional information

Weight 0,33 kg

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