Il ballarino: The art of Renaissance dance [electronic resource]

Title
Il ballarino: The art of Renaissance dance [electronic resource]
Publication
c1990.
Electronic Resource
Streaming video available at Library for the Performing Arts only.

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Description
1 streaming video file (35 min.) : sd., col.
Note
  • Distributed as a Dance Horizons Video by Princeton Book Company, Publishers, Pennington, New Jersey.
Access (note)
  • Patrons can access streaming video file online only at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Credits (note)
  • Producer: Julia Sutton ; directors: Sutton and Johannes Holub ; videographer: Holub ; narrator: Sutton.
  • Reconstruction of steps and dances: Sutton ; reconstruction of Allegrezza d'amore and La caccia d'amore: Patricia Rader ; Labanotation of dances: K. Wright Dunkley ; transcription of music from lute tablature: Sutton ; costumes: Elizabeth Kurtz (for Rader), Angene Feves and Charles Perrier (for Perrier).
Performer (note)
  • Danced by Patricia Rader and Charles Perrier, with Barbara Barr, Rebecca Perrin, Victoria Vollmer, Thomas Baird, Robert Johnson, Stephen Karver, and Hugh Murphy.
System Details (note)
  • Streaming video.
Contents
Glossary of steps and step patterns in Caroso and Negri / demonstrated by Rader and Perrier -- So ben mi chi ha buon tempo ("I know who is having a good time") / choreography: Negri, reconstructed by Sutton ; musical setting: Orazio Vecchi ; danced by Rader and Perrier -- Allegrezza d'amore ("The joys of love") / choreography: Orazio Martire ; corrected and edited by Caroso ; reconstructed by Rader ; music: anonymous ; danced by Rader, Karver, and Vollmer -- La caccia d'amore ("The hunt of love") / choreography: Negri ; reconstructed by Rader ; music: Giovanni Gastoldi (?) ; danced by the ensemble -- Il piantone (Galliard mixer) / danced by the ensemble -- So ben mi chi ha buon tempo / danced by Rader and Perrier ; repetition without rubrics.
Call Number
*MGZIDVD 5-7225
ISBN
0871271702
OCLC
79918076
Title
Il ballarino: The art of Renaissance dance [electronic resource]
Imprint
c1990.
System Details
Streaming video.
Original Version
Original format: 1 videocassette (VHS) ; 1/2 in.
Credits
Producer: Julia Sutton ; directors: Sutton and Johannes Holub ; videographer: Holub ; narrator: Sutton.
Reconstruction of steps and dances: Sutton ; reconstruction of Allegrezza d'amore and La caccia d'amore: Patricia Rader ; Labanotation of dances: K. Wright Dunkley ; transcription of music from lute tablature: Sutton ; costumes: Elizabeth Kurtz (for Rader), Angene Feves and Charles Perrier (for Perrier).
Cast
Danced by Patricia Rader and Charles Perrier, with Barbara Barr, Rebecca Perrin, Victoria Vollmer, Thomas Baird, Robert Johnson, Stephen Karver, and Hugh Murphy.
Summary
Lecture-demonstration on Renaissance dance steps and dances, followed by performances of representative dances. The dances are reconstructed from dance manuals by the 16th-century Italian dancing masters Fabrizio Caroso and Cesare Negri.
Restricted Access
Patrons can access streaming video file online only at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Local Note
Former call number: *MGZIA 4-1354.
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Local Subject
Social dancing -- 16th century.
Television. Il ballarino.
Renaissance dancing.
Choreography -- Reconstruction.
Added Author
Rader, Patricia W., dancer.
Perrier, Charles. Costume designer
Perrier, Charles, dancer.
Barr, Barbara, dancer.
Perrin, Rebecca, dancer.
Vollmer, Victoria, dancer.
Baird, Thomas (Dancer), dancer.
Johnson, Robert, dancer.
Karver, Stephen, dancer.
Murphy, Hugh, dancer.
Sutton, Julia. Producer
Sutton, Julia. Director
Sutton, Julia. Narrator
Caroso, Fabritio, choreographer.
Negri, Cesare, 1536?- choreographer.
Kurtz, Elizabeth. Costume designer
Holub, Johannes. Director
Dunkley, K. Wright.
Feves, Angene. Costume designer
Research Call Number
*MGZIDVD 5-7225
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