Courtly Dance of the Renaissance: A New Translation and Edition of the Nobiltà Di Dame (1600)
Renaissance classic includes choreography and music for 49 dances, plus all-important guidance on how to dress, how to behave, and how to carry oneself while dancing at court, set down with utmost clarity and precision. Indispensable source of authentic information on courtly dance in the period from 1550 to 1610.
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Problems of Translation
Dance Types in Nobiltà di dame
The Music by Julia Sutton and F Marian Walker
The Musical Edition by F Marian Walker
Notes on the Musical Transcriptions
Figures to the Dances
Table of the Rules for Dancing
Relating Carosos Step TimeValues to the Music
Alta appears backward Ballarino balletto bass beats beginning body breve broken sequences cadence called canary Caroso cascarda century changing choreographies conclude continences course customary hands d'Amore dance Dedicated derivation described dexterous step discussion Dotted double drop hands duple emended facing falling jumps feet figure Finally flourishes four Gagliarda galliard gentleman give given graceful grave half Reverence half-double sequence Illustrious Italian Italy knees knot lady left foot left hands manner manuals Master meaning mensural minim steps move movements Negri Nobiltà di dame notation ordinary original passage passo patterns performed Piece playing progress raise references repeat reprises right foot right hands Rule Saltarello Sapphic step Sciolta seated semibreve shown side soprano stamped steps forward stopped steps strain style tell tempo term third translation triple turning types usual values variation