6 edition of Dancing through Time found in the catalog.
January 22, 1999
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Dancing Through Time Western Social Dance in Literature, Selections (Book): From Chaucer to Fitzgerald, writers have used dancing as a vital, if subtle, element in plot and character development. The ballroom, an important element of society in real life, was a backdrop to grand passions or pivotal encounters--ideal ground for commentary on the social work.
Dance Through Time takes the audience on a journey through this elegant era in period costumes performing the minuet, allemande, contradanse/ballo, gigue, and cebelle – historic musical story-telling through dance.
The show includes a portion of Mozart’s only ballet Les Petits Riens. Anthony Powell's book series A Dance to the Music of Time is often seen as the epitome of the English novel.
Tariq Ali finds some surprising European connections. A Dance Through Time by Jeremy Barlow is a volume of commentary on a lavish collection of dance illustrations from the thirteenth to the twenty-first centuries. Barlow’s ability to point up and interpret details in many images in the book is both impressive and enlightening.
This is a well-produced, thoroughly researched volume which will be of interest to those concerned with the .For the painting, see A Dance to the Music of Time (painting). A Dance to the Music of Time is a volume roman-fleuve by Anthony Powell, published between and to critical story is an often comic examination of movements and manners, power and passivity in English political, cultural and military life in the midth century.
The series takes its name from a 17th-century painting by the French artist Nicholas Poussin, which depicts the four seasons as nymphs dancing in a circle while a winged Father Time plays for them on the harp.
(The American editions of the books, published by the University of Chicago Press, use Poussin’s artwork and put one of the nymphs on.