London, 14 March 1998
The conference explored the concepts of continuity and change as seen in the sources for historical dance, and in current research, re-creation and performance.
All of the papers are available to download.
Barbara Sparti – Early Dance research and performance: past, present and future (Keynote paper)
Hazel Dennison – Beyond the ballroom: dance as theatre art in 15th-century Europe
Michael E. Lutz – Continuity and change within the two dance treatises of Fabritio Caroso
Diana Cruickshank – Caroso’s two versions of ‘Allegrezza d’Amore’
Jennifer Thorp – The effectiveness of Beauchamp-Feuillet notation as a means of recording dance in the eigtheenth century
Helene Kázarová – One music – two dances: Sarabande by Lully
Madeleine Inglehearn – Queen Anne’s dancing master
Sarah McCleave – A continuing tradition? Manifestations of the grotesque in Purcell and Handel
Anne Daye – Strange and fantastic motions: witches and furies in theatre dance
David Wilson – The missing link