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ELIZABETHAN DANCE

DANCES DURING ELIZABETHEN ERA AND COMPARISON WITH MODERN ERA
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Reema Muralidharan

on 16 January 2014

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Transcript of ELIZABETHAN DANCE

Elizabethan Era Dances
Men and Women
Dance and Social class
Different Dances
LA VOLTA
PAVANE
Upper Class
GALLIARD
*In this era, gender part was not as rigid as many discrimination among women.
* From this era onwards there were couple dances introduced.
*Many women used to play many instruments as they wish.
*Upper class enjoyed court dances and couple dances.
*16th century leaping and turning
dance.
* originating from Italy.
*It is a slow processional dance.
* Originated from Europe.
* Renaissance Style.
*Elizabethen times was from 1558-1603.
* That era was full of charming music and dances.
*most of the dances where influenced from many countries such as France, Italy & Germany.

* During elizabethen era,dances varied for different
classes.
*Upper class enjoyed court dances by royalty and
nobility.
* lower class had only dances in festivals.
*Upper class dances were
performed in courts and
theartres.
*Lower class dances was mostly performed in fairs and
festivals.
* Their steps were mostly perfect and highly sophisticated.
* Clothing they used to were heavy and
looked really royal.

*Form of Renaissance dance.
*It was popular in Europe in 16th
century.
BAROQUE

*Originated in Baroque Era.
* Linked from Baroque theatre,
Opera.
GAVOTTE
*Gavotte, was one of famous advanced dances in 17th-18th century.
* Mostly in France and England.
* Originated by the natives of Gaps.
Lower Class
* lower class were not in position to hear in court or theatres.
* Dances were mostly performed during any fairs, festivals, or in churches.
* examples of dances for lower class were Brawle, Hornpipe, Baffoons.
MODERN WORLD
*In modern world, people are very
open to all kinds of music, They get to
enjoy music through TV, internet,
radio and so on
*Still have the concept of ballroom dances
* Clothing from that era to our modern era changed a lot, dresses become more lighter and comfortable.
*Ablett, Eric . "Music and Dance- Gender." ElizabethanTimesWiki. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 May 2013. <http://elizabethantimeswiki.wikispaces.com/Music and Dance - Gender>.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
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*Antonini , Giovanni . Baroque Dance - Gigue / Il Giardino Armonico . 2009. video . you tube, France. Web. 13 May 2013. <
*Caliban, . La Volte, 16th century dance. 2012. video. you tubeWeb. 13 May 2013.

* Gariepy, Daniel. Baroque Dance: Gavotte a 4 . 2009. video . you tubeWeb. 13 May 2013.
*La Compagnie , Maitre Guillaume. Renaissance Dance, Pavane . 2010. video. you tube, Denmark. Web. 13 May 2013. <
*Rowse, A.L. The Elizabeten Renaissance: The Life of the Society. first edition. Edinburgh: R.R. CLARK LTD, 1971. Print.
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