CultureMoves Project MOOC Film: Baroque Dance examples with Barbara Segal

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    Barbara Segal performs three baroque dances at the Chalemie Easter School. This film was created for the CM MOOC - Module 7 Historical Dance. The collaboration was between the EDC, Chalemie, Barbara Segal and the CultureMoves Project (Co-financed by the Connecting Europe
    Facility of the European Union).

    Details of Dances:
    Barbara performs dances, all notated in the early eighteenth century in the elaborate Beauchamps-Feuillet notation

    1 - A Passacaille, choreographed in England by Anthony L’Abbé in 1711 for a solo lady, music by Jean-Baptiste Lully, from his opera Armide, composed in 1686.

    2 - Entrée Espagnolle pour une femme, “dancée par Mlle. Subligny au Ballet de l’Europe galante,” choreographed by Louis-Guillaume Pécour in 1704, music by André Campra from his opera l’Europe galante, 1697

    3 - Folie d’Espagne pour femme, choreographed by Raoul-Auger Feuillet in 1700

    4 - A Chacoon for Harlequin, based on the three dances for Harlequin notated in the early 18th century.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherReelMaster Productions
    Media of outputOnline
    Publication statusPublished - 19 Dec 2019


    • Dance
    • Historical Dance
    • Early Dance
    • Cultural Heritage
    • MOOC
    • Intangible Cultural Heritage


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