- The Marlboro
Morris Ale at 30. Part III of III
- Memorial Day weekend, 2005,
marked the 30th Marlboro Morris Ale held
in Windham County, Vermont, the oldest American gathering of teams dancing some
form of the Morris. Dr. Barrand asks whether there is truly an American Morris
in this, the third and final part of his series.
- Ah! The American Morris Dancer!
of video: Farmall Promenade "Square Dancing Tractors"
Richard S. Holmes
- Nemaha, Iowa, population 120.
Molly Dancing. Put the two together and what do you get?
for the Road, part Tew
Tew: The Beginnings. Part II of II
- In 1986, Tim Radford lead a
workshop at Sidmouth Festival which re-created what the Duns Tew
tradition might have looked like.
Tew: Notes from a Channelled Cecil Sharp(!)
Cecil Sharp by way of Tony Forster (This article originally
appeared in Morris Matters, v.
9 n. 1)
- How CJS would have written up
the Duns Tew recreated dance tradition.
Abram Circle Dance, Midwest Style
- Ed relates the story of the
Midwest interpretation of the Abram Circle Dance, and provides
notes on how to perform the dance itself.
Maps and Morris
- In which the author attempts to
dispel rumors of madness by describing uses of Royal Ordnance Survey
maps in Morris research.
Edition of The Pipe and Tabor Tutor Dick
- We shamelessly shill for Mr.
B., a friend of this magazine. Hey, you should buy this book and
learn how to play pipe and tabor! Every team should have at least
FolkWeek, 2006 -- Call for Papers George
- "Following the success of the Talks, Lectures and Discussions programme at the Arts Centre at this year's Sidmouth
FolkWeek, it is envisaged that the same will be repeated during the week 4th-11th August 2006. This is a Call for Papers..."
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