Introduction to Baroque Dance - Dance Types - Volume 1 - Digital Download

$ 14.95

Paige Whitley-Bauguess is joined by Baroque Dancer Thomas Baird and musicians of the Baroque Arts Project on period instruments for this enchanting and informative presentation including step sequences from Raoul-Auger Feuillet’s 1700 publication Chorégraphie and from  choreographies preserved in 18th-century dance notation, descriptions of the dances found in music and dance writings from the period, discussions and examples showing music and dance rhythm relationships, performances in costume of complete social and theatrical dances reconstructed from notation to illustrate each dance type, and social dances performed in Tryon Palace, an 18th-century governor’s palace in New Bern, NC.

Volume One:

•Introduction to Chorégraphie
•Step Timing
•Courante – La Bocanes [courante]
•Menuet – Menuet ordinaire
•Bourrée & Rigaudon – (See The Villette)
•Allemande – L’Allemande
•Gavotte – Entrée pour une femme [gavotte]
•Sarabande – The Villette

Hugh Murphy, dance music director
Julie Andrijeski, demonstration violinist
Julie Andrijeski & Risa Browder, baroque violin
John Pruett & Louise Thomas, baroque viola
John Moran, baroque cello
Hugh Murphy, harpsichord
Lance Pedigo, percussion

Paige Whitley-Bauguess, producer & audio re-mix (2005)
Stuart Grasberg, director/videographer
Randy Fulp, videographer/audio recording
Digital Download with newly updated graphics (2020)

2.15 GB - 34 minutes
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