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The Dance: Historic Illustrations of Dancing

Arts


by
An Antiquary

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Format: EPUB

Page count: 44 pages

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Protection: DRM

Language: English

CHAPTER I

Egyptian, Assyrian, Hebrew and Phoenician Dancing.

CHAPTER II

Dancing with the Greeks.

CHAPTER III

Etruscan-South Italian, Roman Dancing, etc.

CHAPTER IV

The “Early English” and “Mediaeval” dance to the fourteenth century.

CHAPTER V

Society dancing from the fifteenth century.

CHAPTER VI

The Modern Theatre Dance.

In this work it is not necessary to worry the reader with speculations as to the origin of dancing. There are other authorities easily accessible who have written upon this theme. Dancing is probably one of the oldest arts. As soon as man was man he without doubt began to gesticulate with face, body, and limbs. How long it took to develop bodily gesticulation into an art no one can guess—perhaps a millennium.

CHAPTER I

Egyptian, Assyrian, Hebrew and Phoenician Dancing.

CHAPTER II

Dancing with the Greeks.

CHAPTER III

Etruscan-South Italian, Roman Dancing, etc.

CHAPTER IV

The “Early English” and “Mediaeval” dance to the fourteenth century.

CHAPTER V

Society dancing from the fifteenth century.

CHAPTER VI

The Modern Theatre Dance.

In this work it is not necessary to worry the reader with speculations as to the origin of dancing. There are other authorities easily accessible… (more)

CHAPTER I

Egyptian, Assyrian, Hebrew and Phoenician Dancing.

CHAPTER II

Dancing with the Greeks.

CHAPTER III

Etruscan-South Italian, Roman Dancing, etc.

CHAPTER IV

The “Early English” and “Mediaeval” dance to the fourteenth century.

CHAPTER V

Society dancing from the fifteenth century.

CHAPTER VI

The Modern Theatre Dance.

In this work it is not necessary to worry the reader with speculations as to the origin of dancing. There are other authorities easily accessible who have written upon this theme. Dancing is probably one of the oldest arts. As soon as man was man he without doubt began to gesticulate with face, body, and limbs. How long it took to develop bodily gesticulation into an art no one can guess—perhaps a millennium.

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