Talk and Performance: An Innocent Diversion and Delight: Music and the World of Jane Austen | Princeton Public Library
Music was of significant importance both in the life of Jane Austen and in her novels, whether she was practicing sonatinas or country dances on her piano for the amusement of family and friends or recording the delight music held for characters in her writings. In fact, nearly all of Jane Austen’s heroines were musical. The program, presented by the Practitioners of Musick (John Burkhalter, English flutes; and Janet Palumbo, spinet), will include an illustrated survey of Jane Austen’s favorite holiday city of Bath and a survey of music from the family collection. Community RoomDate/time:Apr 30 2012 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Contradancers of Hawaii have some dance steps and accompanying music on their webpage. Here's one that I think I might be able to pull off.
From the A&E 1995 version - Mr. Beveridge's Maggot