Dance Flurry
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Resia Dances-3:30 PM to 5:00 PM

Lipa ma Maritza
In circle basic pulse-stamp and turn 15 min
Exchanging places 15 min

Cerni Potok
Syncopated step 20 min

In line--Multiple stamps: 15 min
Ta Pustaua
Ta Zagatina

All melodies group stamp 25 min
Ta ta pod Stigla
Ta Medvedawa

Italian Village Tunes 6:00 PM to 6:50 PM
  Celest Marie AMR John Mary Lydia
Guarda la Luna acc/org guitar/voice kazoo/voice violin/voice violin violin
Donna, Donna/Cuchi Valzer accordion guitar/voice tamb/voice violin/voice violin violin
Don Don (San Andon') organetto guitar/voice tamb/voice cupa cupa/voice    
Saltarello Teramano organetto guitar tamb cupa cupa    
Tuppe Tuppe organetto guitar/voice tamb/voice cupa cupa/voice    
Mazurca Contrasto accordion guitar     violin violin
Spazzacamin' organetto guitar/voice tamb cupa cupa/voice    
Passu Torrau organetto     armonica    
Kali Nifta accordion guitar/voice tamb violin/voice violin violin
Tarantella Lucana organetto tamburello bottle? cupa cupa    
Da Ter An Pianta voice voice voice voice    
Bergamasco accordion guitar        
America, America voice voice voice voice    

Links to some of the songs/tunes
San Andonijre
Tuppe Tuppe
Spazzacamin - some of the words may be slightly different and the melody also slightly different, but you can get a feel for the song and the kinds of harmonies you can do with it
Spazzacamin transcription - here's a transcription that we found online, however, we're playing it in G
Kali Nifta

Links to Resia music scanned in PDF format:
Crni Potok
Ta Medvedawa (put the pages together and play across both pages)
Ta Medvedawa - page 1 page 2 (again put the pages together and play across both pages)
Ta Pustaua - page 1 page 2
Ta Pustaua - page 1a page 1b page 2a page 2b (put pages 1a & 1b together, and 2a & 2b together and then play across pages)
Ta ta Pod Stigla - page 1a page 1b page 2a page 2b page 3a page 3b
Ta ta Pod Stigla - page 1 page 2

These transcriptions have a strange road map on them. Typically, you need to put the pages together and play across the 2 pages. You will sometimes see an arrow pointing to the right at the end of a line - that means go to the next page. If you see a curved arrow going down, then that means go down to the next line on that page. If you see an arrow pointing in both directions in an area of blank measures, that means that you play the same as the measures above it.

They may not be really easy to follow, but hopefully they will help.