Victor says "The moral behind this dance is 'If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.' I had written two previous dances for the tune but neither worked. The third one was a charm, however. The tune is played at a tempo that is considerably faster than what is heard in concert. When I first called it at Pinewoods, Gene Murrow suggested the faster tempo and it made a world of difference. I suspect that the tempo we use was the original one. At some point, however, musicians thought it sounded better at the slower tempo and that became the standard."
Ronde II, Mon Amy (Tielman Susato)
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