Activities per year
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.
|Media of output||Online|
|Publication status||Published - 19 Dec 2019|
- Historical Dance
- Early Dance
- Cultural Heritage
- Intangible Cultural Heritage
Research Output per year
Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual Research › Digital or Visual Media
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article