Difference between revisions of "Renaissance dance"

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the mid [[15th century]] to the early [[16th century]].  These included [[basse danses]] (bassa danze) and [[balli]].
 
the mid [[15th century]] to the early [[16th century]].  These included [[basse danses]] (bassa danze) and [[balli]].
  
Early Italian dancemasters include [[Domenico da Piacenza]] and his students [[Antonio Cornazano]] and [[Guglielmo Ebreo]] (Guglielmo the [[Jew]]).
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Sources for [[16th Century Italian Dance]] include the works of [[Domenico da Piacenza]] and his students [[Antonio Cornazano]] and [[Guglielmo Ebreo]] (Guglielmo the [[Jew]]).
  
 
Later renaissance dance became both more complex eg: [[16th Century Italian Dance]] and more simple, eg: [[16th Century French Dance]].
 
Later renaissance dance became both more complex eg: [[16th Century Italian Dance]] and more simple, eg: [[16th Century French Dance]].

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