Social Dance: A Short History

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Index
Aere, 50
Aerel, 49, 52
Allemande, 32, 63, 74, 121
Ambrosius, Giovanni, 33,
Arbeau ( Jehan Tabouret), Orchesography, 57-59, 61-62, 71-73, 76, 78, 83, 96, 99
Art et instruction de bien danser, L', 34
Assembly room balls, 126-7, 153-4
Bacchus, seeDionysus
Bach, J. S., 62, 63, 74, 79, 149
Bal des Ardents, Le, 39
Balet Comique de la Reine, 68-70, 72
Ballet, development of, 19-20, 27, 29, 68-72, 93, 98, 104et seq.
dress, 105-6
in opera, 112
Mazurka, 152
Polka, 135-6
Polonaise, 150
Russian, 114
Waltzes, 131
see alsounder name of individual ballets
Balli, definition of, 29
Ballroom Dance Magazine, 157
Ballroom dancing, 50, 52, 75, 139, 161et seq.
Balls, seeAssembly room balls; Chelsea Arts Ball; Civic Balls; County Balls; Court dancing; Fancy dress balls; Shakespeare Ball; Social dancing; State Balls; Waterloo Ball
Barn Dance, 172, 190
Bassa Danse (Danza), 28-29, 33, 35-37, 44, 51-52, 54, 58-59
Bathyllus, 14
B.B.C., television of ballroom dancing, 192-3
Beauchamps, Charles, 105-6
Beggar's Opera, 114
Bellincioni, writes on court dancing in Italy, 39-40
Boston, see Two Step
Botticelli, 45-46
Bourrée, 85-87, 106, 121
Brahms, J., 131
Branle, 51, 59-60, 70, 73, 76, 78
British Association of Teachers of Dancing, 171
Byron, Lord, writes on the waltz, 129, 189
Caledonians, 144, 192
Camargo, Marie, 104, 114
Can Can, 134
Canaries, 63
Candombe, 179
Caroso, Fabritio, El Ballerino, 71, 96
Castle, Irene and Vernon, Modern Dancing, 164, 175-7, 220-4
Caverly, Thomas, 107
Cellarius, 136-7
Cerrito, Fanny, 136
Cha Cha Cha, 189, 194
Chaconne, 87-88, 106
Chadimova, Anna, 134-5
Chain dance form, 44-45

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • Plates xi
  • Chapter I - Introduction 1
  • Chapter II - The Fifteenth Century 26
  • Chapter III - The Sixteenth Century 53
  • Chapter IV - The Seventeenth Century 73
  • Chapter V - The Eighteenth Century 101
  • Chapter VI - The Nineteenth Century 123
  • Chapter VII - The Twentieth Century 159
  • Appendix I 196
  • Appendix II 201
  • Appendix III 205
  • Appendix IV 208
  • Appendix V 220
  • Appendix VI 225
  • Index 227
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