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Part of a series of pamphlets published by Grant, this work provides preparatory exercises and instructions for steps including the pas de basque, waltz turn, and shuffle. Grant notes that the double sword dance can be performed as a solo or duet.

StatementDescribed and copyrighted November, 1895, by Prof. H. N. Grant ...
GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
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LC ClassificationsGV1795 .G725
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p.l., p. 83-100.
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Open LibraryOL239786M
LC Control Numberca 05001763

Book. print | 1 p.l., p. illus. 19 cm. | Described and copyrighted November,by Prof. Grant (Statement Of Responsibility).

Caption title. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as facsimile page images and full text. (Additional Physical Form). Print (Form). Electronic Resource (Form). Remote (Form). Now gradually increase the tempo of the music, and.

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Sword dance, folk dance performed with swords or swordlike objects, displaying themes such as human and animal sacrifice for fertility, battle mime, and defense against evil spirits. There are several types.

In linked-sword, or hilt-and-point, dances, performers hold the hilt of their own sword and the point of the sword of the dancer behind them, the group forming intricate, usually circular. Sword dances are recorded throughout world history. There are various traditions of solo and mock-battle sword dances from Africa, Asia and Europe.

General types of sword dance include: solo dancers around swords – such as the traditional Scottish sword general form also encompasses non-sword dances such as the bacca pipes jig in Cotswold morris dance. The Double Sword event at the New Zealand Championships. The double sword is performed by two dancers over a single sword.

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Sword Dance is the first book in the Sword Dance trilogy, an m/m romance set in an imaginary ancient world, with murderous philosophy students, sex acts named after fruit, and love blossoming in the midst of mayhem. Length: pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Reviews: Although it uses the 劎, which usually refers to a straight double-edged sword, this manual documents the usage of Double Sabers, single edged curved blade.

It also gave interesting historical facts, highlighting that wielding 2 swords can be practical in battle, as well as a form of sword dance. Sword-dance; Dance -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

Handbooks, manuals, etc. Filed under: Sword-dance -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. The Double Sword Dance, by Horatio N. Grant (HTML and page images at LOC) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.

Filed under: Dance -. Performance of sword dances in the folklore of Scotland is recorded from as early as the 15th century. Related customs are found in the Welsh and English Morris dance, in Austria, Germany, Flanders, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Romania.

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The dance requires five performers who co-ordinate themselves whilst using "rapper swords" made from flexible steel. Accompanied by traditional folk music, the dancers wear specially-designed shoes that. It depicts Highlander Games in honor of Queen Victoria. Includes the Highland sword dance, stone throwing, tug of war, Caber tossing, and more.

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Warrior dances are a nostalgic reminder of former heroic battles. A remembrance of the Kingdom’s ancient heritage, Saudi Arabian traditional men's sword dance Al-Ardha brings to life timeless chanting of bedouin poets, expressing victory and pride of Saudi history. Such as the Danse de Bouffons, Double Sword, Longsword dance, Celtic Bacchu-Ber, the Rapier, etc., and the Germans called it the Tacitus.

Sword dances performed by the guilds of Smiths and Cutlers in Nuremberg are recorded all the way back to 16th century records of sword.

The sword dance is one of the most popular dances belong to the style of the health dance. It was named because the performers act it by holding the swords. If you go to language school to study Mandarin in China, teachers would tell you that it was gradually. It depicts a handsome Scotsman dancing in front of a crowded deck full of men and boys.

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