English Country Dance
English Country Dance is the common name for dances propagated by John Playford and later his sons and other heirs in the book titled The English Dancing Master (later renamed to The Dancing Master).
It was published in 1651 and is theoretically outside of the SCA period but is commonly done in the SCA anyway. English Country Dance can properly be thought of as early Baroque Dance rather than Renaissance Dance.
- Del's Dance Book, contains many English Country Dance reconstructions with their music.
- Transcription of the first edition of The English Dancing Master.