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'''Il Ballarino''' (''The Dancer'') is a [[dance]] [[book]] written by [[Fabritio Caroso]] and published in 1581. Many of the pieces in it were later used in varied forms in his second book, ''[[Dame]]''.
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'''Il Ballarino''' (''The Dancer'') is a [[dance]] [[book]] written by [[Fabritio Caroso]] and published in 1581. Many of the pieces in it were later used in varied forms in his second book, ''[[Nobiltࠤi Dame]]''.
  
 
* [[Dance steps from Il Ballarino]]
 
* [[Dance steps from Il Ballarino]]
 
* [[Dances from Il Ballarino]]
 
* [[Dances from Il Ballarino]]
  
==Offsite link==
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==Offsite links==
  
 
* [http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/caroso/ Greg Lindahl's Il Ballarino page]
 
* [http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/caroso/ Greg Lindahl's Il Ballarino page]
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* [http://jducoeur.org/IlBallarino/ Il Ballarino translated by Rebecca Kletnieks]
  
 
{{Dance books}}
 
{{Dance books}}

Revision as of 23:43, 15 December 2006

Il Ballarino (The Dancer) is a dance book written by Fabritio Caroso and published in 1581. Many of the pieces in it were later used in varied forms in his second book, Nobiltࠤi Dame.

Offsite links

Dance Books

Il Ballarino | Le Gratie d'Amore | Nobiltà di Dame | Orchesography | Playford's Dancing Master