Date: Sun, 3 Apr 2005 
Subject: Dances of April 2, 2005
From: Cris 

Dances from April 2, 2005
Salvation Army Gymnasium, 7-10pm

Exactly* in the order danced:
*not exactly

1  Pata pata  South Africa -Cris did his aerobics instructor impression
2  Robin Ddiog  Wales    Cris taught
3  An Dro Retourne ("Changerais-tu?")   Brittany
4  Srbijanka  Serbia             Russ taught
5  Bojarka and Biserka  Serbia           Russ taught
6  Hora Pe Gheata  Romania       Russ taught
7  Itele  Romania        Cris taught
8  Jiana  Romania        Group instruction/persuasion
9  St. George of Skyros  Greece  Russ taught
10 Podrimsko oro  Albania                danced twice
11 Easter Thursday  England      Russ taught
12 Rumelaj  Gypsy. Music by Zlatne Uste Balkan Brass Band. Joe compared it to Herb Alpert.
13 Tamzara  Armenia
14 Barsgeren yeghanag (Persian Melody)  Armenia
15 Gorani  Armenia       featuring an unexpected tape-machine related disruption
16 Dospatsko Horo  Bulgaria      Russ taught
17 Devojce  Macedonia
18 Posties Jig  Scotland danced twice, once well
19 Lugovonjka  Russia
20 Ei Hatal  Israel      Russ and Missy demonstrated
21 Mesho Gorani  Armenia
22 Heya Heya (partners)  Modern Israeli
23 Gavotte d'Honneur  Brittany           Cris reviewed
24 Makedonsko Devojce  Macedonia
25 Zorba  Greece
26 Pentozali  Greece
27 Joc batranesc de la Niculitel  Romania

Cast of characters (16 dancers)
Jackie Z
Mark, visiting from Denver

Next dance: Saturday, April 9, 2005 at the Salvation Army Gym, 7:00 - 

The Bozeman Spring Swing is Saturday, April 23.  Current sketch of the 
itinerary, as provided by Cecelia:
 11-12(Maybe)    At Harmony Hall. A beginners lesson for locals (for 
 the folks who don't dance enough to recall.) We can zip through these 
 again in the evening, but I'd like to add more from the 
 Bourques-Moreau Easy International CD, which Carla should have by 
 then.We already do 3 from it.

 12-2 At Harmony Hall. S and S Review and maybe add some new dances.

 2-3   Break

 3-5:30 Scottish to live music (Hallie and Tom Robison) at the barn, 
 with Setnja and maybe another International thrown in. This makes the 
 best of Bozeman- our musicians and Susan at her finest.

 5:30-7  Dinner

 7-11 or so..    Dance at MT Ballet
 Some people will sleep.

 11-1-ish   Dance at MT Ballet