This dance is performed by two people, a man and a woman.
- saltarello tedesco left and right (SltL, SltR)
- sempio backwards left and right (SbL and SbR)
- doppio portogallese left and right (DpL and DpR)
- contrapasso left and right (CpL and CpR)
- ripresa left and right (RpL and RpR)
- voltatonda right (VtR)
- continentia left and right (CnL and CnR)
- The couple begin holding hands and perform four saltarelli tedesci. They then perform a doppio backwards ending with a riverentia. They then perform two sempi backwards and a low riverentia. They then repeat this from the beginning.
1-4 SltL, SltR, SltL, SltR
7 SbL, SbR
- Taking right hands, the couple exchange places with a doppio portogallese. Dropping hands the man goes down the hall and the woman up with three more doppio portogallese, making faces as if jealous of each other. They perform a mezavolta on the last doppio.
- The dancers approach with three contrapassi to end up beside each other again, and touching right hands they perform a riverentia with the left foot. They then repeat the entire sequence to the other side, taking let hands this time instead of right.
17 DpL (holding right hands and changing places)
18-19 DpR, DpL, MzvR (DpR)
20-21 CpL, CpR, CpL
23 DpR (holding left hands and changing places)
24-25 DpL, DpR, MzvL (DpL)
26-27 CpR, CpL, CpR
- Taking right hands the couple circles with four pive. Taking right hands the couple circle back with four more pive. They then perform a riverentia, and the dance repeats.
29-32 PvL, PvR, PvL, PvR
33-36 PvL, PvR, PvL, PvR
Reconstruction by Conrad Leviston. Elements need changing, this should be danced with one person behind the other.
No music survives for this dance.