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Perth Glovers" Sword-Dance dress of 1633.

Helen Bennett

Perth Glovers" Sword-Dance dress of 1633.

by Helen Bennett

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Reprinted from Costume, number 19, 1985, pp40-57.

The Physical Object
Pagination[19]p. :
Number of Pages19
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Open LibraryOL19277955M

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Perth Glovers" Sword-Dance dress of 1633 by Helen Bennett Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Perth Glovers' Sword-Dance Dress of the Costume Society aims to encourage access to costume history, including contemporary dress. Members include academics, collectors, curators, designers, re-enactors, students and informed enthusiasts across the world.

About this Journal Editorial Board Society Book Series Submit an Article Author: Helen Bennett. The Perth Glovers' Dance. An interesting sword dance of yesteryear was the Glovers' Dance from Perth, which was recorded in the Guild records as being performed inand It seems to have been performed on a variety of special occasions.

A contemporary description of the dance performed for Charles I in is as follows. Costume is a scholarly, refereed publication presenting current research into historic and contemporary dress. The journal publishes articles from a broad chronological period and with a worldwide remit; it maintains a balance between practice and theory and concentrates on the social significance of dress.

Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. Very good condition. pages, illustrated. Minor wear to the head of the spine. Contents include: Childrens Shoes 13th C to 16th C, Italian Velvet, Perth Glovers, Sword Dance DressQuaker Dress, Marconi Fashion, Ivy Elmer.

A small extra shipping contribution may be requested on overseas orders. Examples such as the Perth Glovers’ sword-dance dress ofstill resplendent in Perth Museum, need to be interpreted to modern society to both remind people of the importance of dance in the past and to encourage them to preserve these traditions for the future.

The book is based on interviews from BBC Radio Scotland’s major production of the same name This is a heavy book and there would be an additional postage charge for international postage. Wt Kg Fine (Fine) The Perth Glovers' Sword-Dance Dress of A list of articles on Scottish history published during the year h., 'The Perth Glovers' sword-dance dress of ', Costume, xix, bergeron, d.

m., 'Gilbert Dugdale and the royal entry of James I ()', A List of Articles on Scottish History Published during the Year 'Sword dance and Highland Dances' were included at a reception for Anne of Denmark at Edinburgh inand a mixture of sword dance and acrobatics was performed before James VI in (New Statistical Account of Scotland Edinb.

x, pp. 44–45) and again for Charles I inby the Incorporation of Skinners and Glovers of Perth. "Sword dance and Highland Danses" were included at a reception for Anne of Denmark at Edinburgh in and a mixture of sword dance and acrobatics was performed before James VI in (New Statistical Account of Scotland Edinb.

x, pp. 44–45) and again for Charles I inby the Incorporation of Skinners and Glovers of Perth, "his. THE ANNALS OF THE GLOVER INCORPORATION — BY GEORGE WILSON, J.P. SX-LORD PROVOST OP PERTH, AND DEACON OP THE GLOVER INCORPORATION PERTH R, A.

& J. HAY HO // S PREFACE, T the Annual General Meeting of the Glover Incorporation held at Michaelmas,when the attendance was unusually large, a remit was made to a committee to.

The sword dance or Morrice dance took place on the Tay; the Provost used his best rapier and the Magistrates white staves. These dances afforded a brilliant entertainment, and the Royal visit came off with great eclat. The Glover Incorporation still possess the dress of.

Bennett, H ''The Perth Glovers' Sword-Dance Dress of ', Costume 19 (), Bennie, T D The Analysis and 3-D Mapping of a Hearth by Soil Phosphate Analysis. Unpublished MPhil, University of Glasgow.

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“Sword dance and Hieland Danses” were included at a reception for Anne of Denmark at Edinburgh in and a mixture of sword dance and acrobatics was performed before James VI in (New Statistical Account of Scotland Edinb.

x, pp. 44–45) and again for Charles I inby the Incorporation of Skinners and Glovers of Perth. A few documents concern dances in Scottish cities between andan Elizabethan play cites the “sword dance,” and the diaries of two members of a single Lancashire gentry family mention dances in andbut these are the only published references to sword dancing in Britain from the sixteenth to the early eighteenth century.

Scottish highland dance - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia. On July 8,a linked sword dance was performed for Charles I at Perth by the company of glovers.

(Domestic Annals of Scotland) It has been suggested that this was of Scandinavian origin (Self). Dating the solo crossed sword dance (Gillie Callum) is more problematic. "Sword dance and Hieland Danses" were included at a reception for Anne of Denmark at Edinburgh in and a mixture of sword dance and acrobatics was performed before James VI in (New Statistical Account of Scotland Edinb.

x, pp. 44–45) and again for Charles I inby the Incorporation of Skinners and Glovers of Perth, "his. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. There was ane sword-dance dancit to his majesty the morn after his coming, upon an island made of timmer on the water of Tay, and certain verses spoken to his majesty by ane boy, representing the person of the river Tay, and some conference in his majesty’s praise betwixt Tay and another representing Perth, made by Andrew Wilson, bailie.Perth loyally entertained Charles I., and thirteen brethren of the Craft of Glovers—fateful number!—danced the sword-dance before him; and soon after, these selfsame swords were girded to oppose the King at Duns.

Montrose captured and pillaged the town, after defeating the Covenanting troops outside at Tibbermore; the young Charles II.Sword Dance Of Vikings Round The Sacred Horns, Circa Percy Macquoid.

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