Annotation:Sibylle (2) (La)

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X:1 T:Sibylle [2], La T:L'Ete M:2/4 L:1/8 R:Quadrille N:2nd figure in Wilson’s “1st Set of Quadrilles” N: See also “Coquette (La)”, “Jacintha,” “Nannette,” “Finale (La).” N:"The 1st strain played once before the dance commences." B:Thomas Wilson - A Companion to the Ball Room (1816, p. 181) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G Bc d2|Bc d2|g/f/e/d/ e/d/c/B/|c/B/A/G/ G/F/E/D/| Bc d2|Bc d2|g/f/e/d/ e/d/c/B/|B/A/G/F/ G2!Fine!:| B/G/B/d/ gd|e/d/c/B/ AD|B/G/B/d/ g/f/g/d/|e/d/c/B/ BA| B/G/B/d/ B/G/B/d/|B/G/B/d/ gd|e/d/c/B/ c/B/A/G/|A/G/F/E/ D2!D.C. Senza replica!||

SIBYLLE [2], LA. AKA - "L'Ete." English, Quadrille Part (2/4 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABAA. "La Sybylle" is the second figure in London dancing master Thomas Wilson’s “1st Set of Quadrilles." See also other figures in the set: “Coquette (6) (La)”, “Jacintha,” “Nannette,” and “Finale (La).” "La Sibylle/Sybylle" may refer to a cibel or cibell, an archaic dance movement.

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Printed sources : - Thomas Wilson (A Companion to the Ball Room), 1816; p. 181.

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