A collection of new ball and stage dances : compos'd by several masters, viz. the montaigu, the dutches, the two virgins, the villette, entree for two men, the mattelott, saraband, entree for two country men, chaconne for Arlequin. All writ down in caracters by F. Le Roussau, dancing-master. (Book, 1720) [WorldCat.org]
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A collection of new ball and stage dances : compos'd by several masters, viz. the montaigu, the dutches, the two virgins, the villette, entree for two men, the mattelott, saraband, entree for two country men, chaconne for Arlequin. All writ down in caracters by F. Le Roussau, dancing-master. Preview this item
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A collection of new ball and stage dances : compos'd by several masters, viz. the montaigu, the dutches, the two virgins, the villette, entree for two men, the mattelott, saraband, entree for two country men, chaconne for Arlequin. All writ down in caracters by F. Le Roussau, dancing-master.

Author: F Le Roussau; Jean Balon; Guillaume Louis Pécourt; Antoine-François Dangeville
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified], 1720.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: F Le Roussau; Jean Balon; Guillaume Louis Pécourt; Antoine-François Dangeville
OCLC Number: 83063434
Notes: Microfilm of ms. in the University of Edinburgh Library.
Target title: Rousseau dances.
In Feuillet notation, with tunes; tunes included also as appendix.
Includes dances by Balon, Pécourt, and Dangeville.
Description: 76, 6 pages : illustrations
Other Titles: Rousseau dances.

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