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  • Spring Ball 2009
    celebrate the season in dance Invite a friend or two wear period costume if you d like and don t forget those dance shoes Bring a plate of simple finger food to share or something non alcoholic to drink Hope

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  • Mid-Winter Bal des Astres 2009
    DANCE CONSORT Mid Winter Ball 2009 Saturday 4th July 6 30 9 30pm 181 Blues Point Rd North Sydney Entry 10 Children 5 RSVP July 2 9416 5765 enquiries Best

    Original URL path: http://www.earlydanceconsort.com.au/EDC_Archives/EDC_2009/Winter09.htm (2014-01-05)
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  • Mozart Spring Ball 2005
    children 5 The Early Dance Consort Dear Friends of the EDC This Spring we are having a Mozartian theme to our ball and you are invited Bring your friends and family to join in the Kontras Deutsche and other dance delights of Mozart s time Period or masquerade costume suggested dance shoes essential Please bring a plate of simple finger food to share and or something non alcoholic to drink

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  • Why learn early dance?
    ages Dancing promotes an awareness of the body and ways to move gracefully and efficiently This is a lifelong asset especially when combined with the habit of good posture acquired by learning and practising dancing Learning to dance has for centuries been recognised as important for health and well being of both individual and of society Social dance forms early dance included provide a combination of mental physical and social skills which have been found to be helpful for maintaining an active mind The early dance repertoire embraces a range of movement from slow and sedate to lively and energetic Dance steps are based on natural movements so previous dance experience is not required though it can be helpful These dances were designed for aristocrats and do not involve the immodest extremes of movement to be found in many modern dance varieties Most court dances were designed to be danced with a partner or in a group and so team work is required but in an atmosphere of collaboration rather than competition For students of music a knowledge of the relationship between music and movement gives a new and tangible dimension to concepts of rhythm tempo phrasing and musical structure

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  • What to wear
    recommended Shoes You may have a street shoe which would serve the purpose We understand that buying special dance shoes can be expensive Comfort and safety are most important Bare feet joggers or comfortable light street shoes may be suitable if that s what you re used to Very high heels stilettos or heavy thick soled shoes or boots are not appropriate and rubber soles can be hard work when attempting to glide on the floor For Renaissance Dance Flexible flat soled shoes secured with elastic straps or laces Ballet flats with leather or canvas upper and cut away ballet style suede sole from Bloch North Shore Ballet Centres or Salvio s Country Dance Ghillie made by Geonne in Australia leather with open lacing suede sole no heel from North Shore Ballet Centres Chinese Happy shoes and Jiffies are inexpensive but not ideal with synthetic soles Jiffies get very hot For Baroque Dance Flexible low heeled shoe with elastic straps or laces e g for women Grecian sandal by Bloch with T bar elastic suede sole 2 5cm heel Character shoe with small 3 4cm Cuban heel leather sole and strap For both Renaissance and Baroque suitable for men and

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  • Dance wear suppliers
    Ph 9261 2856 Bondi Junction Shop 2 25 33 Bronte Rd Ph 9369 5924 Brookvale Shop 313 Warringah Mall Condamine Street Ph 9905 0088 Campbelltown Shop U086 Macarthur Square Gilchrist Drive Ph 4620 8588 Chatswood Shop 520 Westfield 1 Anderson Street Ph 9412 1550 Hornsby Shop 2039 Westfield 236 Pacific Highway Ph 9477 4955 Miranda Shop 2132 Westfield 600 Kingsway Ph 9525 9190 Parramatta Shop 1112A Westfield 159 175 Church

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  • Links ~ Music Organisations
    Gamba Society Early Music Association of NSW Monthly meetings talks players nights newsletter with tuition musical services CD and concert reviews diary of early music concerts festivals courses workshops e list updates Musicological Society of Australia Saraband Music Early Music

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  • Links ~ Dance Organisations
    for information about dance in NSW Australian Dance Council National Dance Network The Calendar of Early Dance for information about early dance activities around the world Society of Dance History Scholars Society for Dance Research Early Dance Circle Dolmetsch Historical

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