A history of dancing from the earliest ages to our own times

A history of dancing from the earliest ages to our own times

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( /ir-Ut'l!II.V . .'I,!/!(<'OFA-HISTORYDANCINGTHE EARLIESTFROMOUR OWN TIMESAGES TOOFFROM THE FRENCHGASTON VUILLIERr*FULL-PAGE PLATESWITH A SKETCH OF DANCING IN TWENTYBY GREGO AND ILLUSTRATIONSENGLAND, 409JOSEPH»tati« wt mamo «.a.TMoamrcnorr,WILLIAM HEINEMANN,1'ON'DONDcccxdvTTiM^?>.All reservedrights+CONTENTSCHAPTER ISacred Dances— andA The Shield Achilles—TheCyiele flit— if Hyforchema—Tht— —and the matin The Hirmis and the Dance The Bac-Gymmpaedia Endy Pyrrhic— —chanalia The Salii Reman —Mimes nnder the The Gaditanian DancersEmpire »-4SCHAPTER II"Dances—St Balletj—Dances The Ballet dis Ar-Re/igiius rilling if Chivalry—dents di BalletBilta's"—Berginxii 46-69CHAPTER III—The Ballet the Middle and IGrand Trench Dances the Clise theif if Ages, if— — —Renaissance Bass* Dances The Vlite—The Gaillarde—The Tirdiin—BranleiThe Pavane 70-107CHAPTER IVin --Great Grand Ballets nnder Ltnis XI —Masked BallsT.Dancing th, Century"——The Pavane— The Ciurnnte—The Gavitte—The Chacme—The Sarahand—TheAllemande—The Passacaille 108- 1 37Passepied—ThtVCHAPTERnnder L*nii XT.—Painters Fetes Salle—LaGaUntei—Mademiiselle ^Dancing if— —The andMinuet— The Ntverre and the Ballet—GaetanCamargi Patiepiedlestrii .... I 170Angnste j8-CONTENTSviVI .'CHAPTERPAGE— — —— TheGuimard under LouisXVI. Gavotte TheBallet DancesMadeleine Dancing"—and the Balls and Ballets the theand Fetes the Revolution t—ofof Republic— Directory,—Marieand the Restoration .......Taglioni ...

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( /ir-Ut'l!II.V . .'I,!/!(<' OFA-HISTORY DANCING THE EARLIESTFROM OUR OWN TIMESAGES TO OFFROM THE FRENCH GASTON VUILLIER r* FULL-PAGE PLATESWITH A SKETCH OF DANCING IN TWENTY BY GREGO AND ILLUSTRATIONSENGLAND, 409JOSEPH »tati« wt mamo «.a.TMoamrcnorr, WILLIAM HEINEMANN,1'ON'DON DcccxdvTTiM ^?> . All reservedrights + CONTENTS CHAPTER I Sacred Dances— andA The Shield Achilles—TheCyiele flit— if Hyforchema—Tht — —and the matin The Hirmis and the Dance The Bac-Gymmpaedia Endy Pyrrhic — —chanalia The Salii Reman —Mimes nnder the The Gaditanian DancersEmpire »-4S CHAPTER II "Dances—St Balletj—Dances The Ballet dis Ar-Re/igiius rilling if Chivalry— dents di BalletBilta's"—Berginxii 46-69 CHAPTER III —The Ballet the Middle and IGrand Trench Dances the Clise theif if Ages, if — — —Renaissance Bass* Dances The Vlite—The Gaillarde—The Tirdiin—Branlei The Pavane 70-107 CHAPTER IV in --Great Grand Ballets nnder Ltnis XI —Masked BallsT.Dancing th, Century"— —The Pavane— The Ciurnnte—The Gavitte—The Chacme—The Sarahand—The Allemande—The Passacaille 108- 1 37Passepied—Tht VCHAPTER nnder L*nii XT.—Painters Fetes Salle—LaGaUntei—Mademiiselle ^Dancing if — —The andMinuet— The Ntverre and the Ballet—GaetanCamargi Patiepied lestrii .... I 170Angnste j8- CONTENTSvi VI .'CHAPTER PAGE— — —— TheGuimard under LouisXVI. Gavotte TheBallet DancesMadeleine Dancing "—and the Balls and Ballets the theand Fetes the Revolution t—ofof Republic— Directory, —Marieand the Restoration .......Taglioni 171-206Empire, CHAPTER VII — — — —and Pastoral Dances Rounds Bourrees Bretonne Dances Catalan BailsRustic —— in CountriesThe Farandole Dances .....Open-air Foreign 207-236 VIIICHAPTER — — ——Dances Danzas and The The Bolero TheFandango SeguidillasSpanish Bayles — — —The Cachuca . . .The The deManchegas Jota Aragonesa Jaleo Jerez 237-261 IXCHAPTER — — —The Tarantella Some DancesModern Greek Dances Italian European Bayaderes —and Alm'ees Dances ...... .... 262-288Savage CHAPTER X — — — —Dances The Waltz The The Polka Cellarius, Markowski,Contemporary Galop —— —The Mabille Prit and Brididi £>ueen Pomar'eand Laborde chard, Chicard, 289-314Jardin XICHAPTER — — —— —Public Balls The Chaumierc The Sceaux Ball The Prado TheRanelagh —— — —The The lie d''Amour L'Ortie and Les Acacias TheDelta Chateau-Rouge — — —— — The TheMars The Victoire The Bourdon The Bal des Chiens Montesquieu —— —The d'Hiver The Lac Saint- The Grand Saint-Valentino FargeauJardin — —Lilas Butlier . .Martin and the Descente de la Courtille The Closerie des 315-338 CHAPTER XII — — to the Time Balls TheModern From the Second SocietyDancing— Empire present Revival Old Dances in France and in Countries 339-3°oof Foreign CHAPTER XIII ——the Ballets this Modern Theatrical TheA of of DancingBrief Survey Century — — .de Ballet The Dance The Public Balls of 361-380Corps Serpentine To-dayOperatic