Mannerism in Sixteenth Century Court Dance

  • Isaac de Hugo
  • Conference Room on Saturday at 1:00PM

Court dancing of the late 16th century incorporate many of the standard aesthetic principles of the period. These principles become most apparent in the choreography, patterns and footwork of the dances. An understanding of these principles can offer us useful tools for reconstructing and performing the dances.

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Schedule for KWDS II

Deadline for Class Submissions: May 21, 1999

General or unrated classes
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European Dance Class
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Middle Eastern
Dance Class
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Music Class
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Beginner's Class
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Intermediate Class
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Advanced Class
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Day 3: Sunday


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