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Ethnography and the Exploration of Self-Transformation in the English Renaissance."
In Proceedings of the Fifteenth annual conference of the Society of Dance
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Le Gratie D'Amore" 1602, Vol. 1 &
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- Jones, Pamela and Ingrid Brainard. "Comparative Reconstruction:
"Ardente Sole" From Caroso's Il
Ballarino, 1581." In Proceedings of the Eighth annual conference
of the Society of Dance History Scholars, 189- 198. Dance History Scholars,
Lizbeth Langston: Major difference is how each reconstructor fits steps
to the music: Brainard correlated as one bar of music to each semi-breve
(whole note) step, a 1:1 ratio, while Jones correlated steps to music in
a 2:1 ratio: two bars of music to each semibreve step. Overall conclusion
was "that in dances with ambiguous or corrupt texts, there is often
more than one plausible and intelligent solution to the problems of
reconstruction."Includes Labanotation of Jones' version.
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