Luis Milan Pavannes for the holidays times to be announced
The pavane[a] (/pəˈvɑːn, pəˈvæn/ pə-VA(H)N; Italian: pavana, padovana; German: Paduana) is a slow processional dance common in Europe during the 16th century (Renaissance). The pavane, the earliest-known music for which was published in Venice by Ottaviano Petrucci, in Joan Ambrosio Dalza's Intabolatura de lauto libro quarto in 1508, is a sedate and dignified couple dance, similar to the 15th-century basse danse. The music which accompanied it appears originally to have been fast or moderately fast but, like many other dances, became slower over time (Brown 2001).
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OLD HEIGHTS BISTRO Friday/Saturday Nights 7-9 pm https://theheightsbistro.com/ (due to CoVid-19 temporarily not playing).
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