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American country-dances

American country-dances

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Published by G. Schirmer in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Country-dances,
  • Country-dance -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Elizabeth Burchenal ; Piano arrangements by Emma Howells Burchenal
    ContributionsBurchenal, Elizabeth, 1877-1959, Burchenal, Emma Howells
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14819314M


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Morrison. Editorial Reviews. The Dance Figures Index is a guide to the basic figures in all American printed and manuscript longways country dances in eighteenth- and early nineteenth century sources.

It is Author: Robert M. Keller. About the Author. RICHARD NEVELL is a photographer, visual artist, author, filmmaker, and songwriter. He has created CD covers for musicians in Europe and the U.S.

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I love this book - it's like a treasure trove that you can either dip into and savour in small bites or curl up under a blanket and make your way through an enthralling chapter of dance history.5/5(8). Twenty Four American Country Dances as Danced by the British during their Winter Quarters at Philadelphia, New York, & Charles Town.

Collected by Mr. Cantelo Musician at Bath, where they are Composer: Cantelo, Hezekiah. The list below includes all pages in the category "Country dances". This includes individual works designated by their composers as a 'Country dance' (or 'Contredanse') in a title or subtitle.

This includes individual works designated by their composers as a 'Country dance. English Country dancing went to North America with the colonists. In New England especially, country dance was extremely popular through the early s. Americans eagerly awaited new dance books from England; they also wrote their own dances and published their own books.

Chords are included for piano or guitar accompaniment, and there is an extensive indices and cross-references in the back of the book. Metal spiral binding to lie flat for easy sight-reading. English. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burchenal, Elizabeth, American country-dances.

New York, Boston, G. Schirmer [©(OCoLC) v. Twenty-eight contra-dances, largely from the New England statesPages: American Country Dances On-Line. This page is a simple database dump of the database that Russell Owen edited and maintained. No effort has been made to add to his compilation of dances.

Note that. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Burchenal, Elizabeth, American country-dances. New York, Boston, G. Schirmer [©]. This book of fifteen English and two American Country Dances, with descriptions and music, and some additional tunes for use as AUGUST alternatives, has been prepared for publication by   "This book is issued in connection with "Country dance tunes,' by the same author." Vols.

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Richard Nevell records American country dances as historical artifacts, as social expressions of rural and urban communities, as manifestations of democracy, and as an evolving traditional art that changes to meet the needs of a changing American.

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Beethoven's "Country Dances" are well-known and often played as solo pieces. This arrangement for two pianos, eight hands, puts these pieces within the reach of intermediate to late Pages: This collection contains photocopies, many from rare and early dance books.

Call # Title Author A Winsor Knot (of Ruby Hue) Pat Shaw A Pat Shaw's Dance Class Notes, Pinewoods Pat. "The Dance Figures Index: American Country Dances, is a guide to the basic figures in all American printed and manuscript longways country dances in eighteenth- and early nineteenth.

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print | 2 v. in 1. 11 x 20 cm. | Vol. 2, 2d ed. Get this from a library. Dance figures index: American country dances, [Robert M Keller;]. The frontispiece of pt. is a reproduction of the t.-p. of The English dancing master. London, "This book is issued in connection with 'Country dance tunes,' by the same author.".

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Country dances were popular. In the. Title Page Twenty four fashionable country dances for the year [Boston]: London printed Boston reprinted & sold by W. Norman no. 75 Newbury Street., []. Call number: Dated Pamphlets. Chart on page Howe, Elias.

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