In B2 3-4 the 3rd man and 2nd lady (on long 2nd corners) stand still whilst the other 4 dancers move 1 place cw into each other's place
Victor says "I wrote this dance to honor the English country dance group led by Nancy Yule in the Albany area. Nancy was kind enough to let me try out the dance after one of her board meetings. The tune for this dance is the quintessential Renaissance dance tune. As such, it belongs in the class of tunes that, if there isn’t an English country dance for it, there should be.
La Morisque (Tielman Susato)
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