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Probably the most valuable book on 16th-century dances and dance music. Describes the galliards, pavans, branles, gavottes, lavolta, basse dance, morris dance, canary, etc., with detailed instructions of steps involved. Throughout the text are references to the practices of 16th-century instrumental music, in addition to 47 dance tunes with 16th-century barring and notation. New introduction and notes by Julia Sutton. New labanotation section by Mireille Backer and Julia Sutton.
Table of Contents
Editor's Introduction to the Dover Edition Preface to the First Edition Bibliography (to the First Edition) Original Title Page Original Publisher's Note Orchesography: A Treatise in the Form of a Dialogue Original Certificate of Copyright Translator's Notes Editor's Notes to Dover Edition Bibliography (Dover Edition) Introduction to the Labanotation Labanotation Index