ALLEMANDE The allemande dance, March 20, 1772, Lewis Walpole Library Digital Collection. El término alemanda proviene del francés allemande, y se utiliza para denominar cierta danza alemana barroca (siglo XVIII) de compás cuaternario o binario y simple, así como para denominar un elemento estándar de la suite, normalmente el primero o segundo movimiento. También se puede denominar Allemanda, Almán o Almaín. La allemande es una composición que utiliza el recurso de repetición por secciones o…

ALLEMANDE The allemande dance, March 20, 1772, Lewis Walpole Library Digital Collection. El término alemanda proviene del francés allemande, y se utiliza para denominar cierta danza alemana barroca (siglo XVIII) de compás cuaternario o binario y simple, así como para denominar un elemento estándar de la suite, normalmente el primero o segundo movimiento. También se puede denominar Allemanda, Almán o Almaín. La allemande es una composición que utiliza el recurso de repetición por secciones o…

English Historical Fiction Authors: Dancing the Night Away...  Oh, how could I NOT share a dance article! ;)

English Historical Fiction Authors: Dancing the Night Away... Oh, how could I NOT share a dance article! ;)

Marie Anne de Cupis de Camargo sometimes known simply as La Gorda Camargo, was a French/Belgian dancer. The first woman to execute the entrechat quatre, Camargo was also responsible for two innovations in ballet as she was the first dancer to wear slippers instead of heeled shoes, and she was the first female to wear the short calf-length ballet skirt and the now standardized ballet tights.

Marie Anne de Cupis de Camargo sometimes known simply as La Gorda Camargo, was a French/Belgian dancer. The first woman to execute the entrechat quatre, Camargo was also responsible for two innovations in ballet as she was the first dancer to wear slippers instead of heeled shoes, and she was the first female to wear the short calf-length ballet skirt and the now standardized ballet tights.

Regency-era evening wear  (From living read girl: An invite to Jane Austen's birthday dance party)

Regency-era evening wear (From living read girl: An invite to Jane Austen's birthday dance party)

Plate 1: two couples dancing the waltz, dressed in costumes of the Incroyables and Merveilleuses.  1801?  Hand-coloured etching

Plate 1: two couples dancing the waltz, dressed in costumes of the Incroyables and Merveilleuses. 1801? Hand-coloured etching

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