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Latest revision as of 13:23, 31 January 2007

Orchesography is the major source for French Renaissance Dance. It was published in Langres in 1589, under the name Thoinot Arbeau. This is a pseudonym based on the author's actual name, Jehan Tabourot. The book is written in a dialogue style between Arbeau and a student called Capriol.

See Also

External Resources

Dance Books

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