Breton folk tunes (taught by Vincent Michaud)
(bear in mind that classical notation hardly can transmit the entire music and the score itself isn’t enough to fully understand the dances. Read here more about the tuning)
Swedish folk tunes (taught by Anna Rynefors & Aryeh Frankfurter):
- vals efter John Enninger, i.e. waltz after John Enninger from Höör, Skåne, who had it after Johan Jacob Bruun who had it from his mother (Svenska Låtar Skåne nr.513). Anna and Erik and Aryeh call it “Bellmans vals”, because the first part of the tune is very similar to the melody of Fredmans Epistel nr.25, one of the most popular songs by Swedish poet Carl Mikael Bellman (1740–1795). For his poetry, Bellman is known to have recycled popular French menuet melodies that were en vogue at that time, and this one is apparently one of them.
- Polska från Hälleforsnäs and for comparison 3 recordings on youtube: , , 
- Långdans efter Hjort Anders: Listen here to Aryeh’s harp arrangement and for comparison a recording on youtube (2 fiddlers) and on vimeo (2 nyckelharpor).