16th Century Italian Dance
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16th Century Italian Dance usually refers to dance at the end of the 16th century, as expounded through the treatises of Fabritio Caroso and Cesare Negri. The dances are among the most difficult of the Renaissance dance repertoire.
- Il Ballarino (Caroso)
- Nobiltà di Dame (Caroso)
- Le Gratie d'Amore (Negri)
- Di Gagliarda, Tordiglione, Passo e mezzo, Canari e Passeggi (Lupi)
- Opera bellissima (de Sulmona)