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Historic Dance X: 1875-1900

Like all 10 volumes in this series this is an A4 book by Dr John Gardiner-Garden with nearly 740 pages of research, discussion and analysis, with hundreds of illustrations, musical scores, dance reconstructions, source extracts, transcriptions and translations, and with each volume divided into five parts. 

Part 1 (Dance context) explores the social, political and geographic contexts in which dance and the institution of the ball was evolving. 

Part 2 (Dance forms) examines the nature and evolution of the period’s main types of dance. 

Part 3 (Dance Technicalities) has in-depth sections on ‘Style’, ‘Etiquette’, ‘Honours’, ‘Holds’, ‘Formations’, ‘Figures’ and ‘Steps’. 

Part 5 (Dancing Masters) is devoted to developments in dance teaching, notation and publication, and offers an annotated bibliography of primary sources. 

Part 4 (Dances in Detail) offers reconstructions, music and source comparisons for the following dances of the period:  

Baby Polka / German Finger Polka; The Berlin Polka / La Berline / Alsatian Polka; Bohemian Polka / Heel and Toe; The Cake Walk; Combination Polka; Coquette (3a&b) / Glide Polka; Coquette (4a&b); Cotillion with blindfolds; Cotillion with cards; Cotillion with chairs—4 facing in; Cotillion with chairs—8 facing out; Cotillion with choice; Cotillion with circles and columns; Cotillion with fans; Cotillion with hat and gloves; Cotillion with mixing; Cotillion with pairs of props; Cotillon with scarves (1) & (2); Cotillion with a sheet; Cross Step Polka; Double Glide Waltz; L’Élégante; L’Élégante; L’Éxcentrique; The Five Step Waltz (3); Galop (2); Galop (3); Galop (4) /Rhein Galop / Danish Waltz / Manchestor Galop; Ganglovienne / Ostendaise Valsée; La Giraudette; Highland Schottische; Hongroise (3) / Valse Hongroise; Hop Waltz (2).

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This volume X also contains a Secondary Bibliography relevant to the series as a whole and because some with earlier volumes in the series but without this last one might want to consult this bibliography, I provide it here in a compact form:

For the dance-related primary sources used in the preparation of these Volumes see the annotated bibliography at the end of Part 5 of each Volume. Here I list (nearly all) the post-1900 secondary sources work that I have in my personal library and have consulted in preparing these Volumes (without separating by period of greatest relevance as most works are relevant to more than one period). Those works that are translations of earlier works are listed under the name of the editor or translator and the surname of the original author given in italics. Un-transcribed and unedited editions of earlier work are under the works author. I have not listed here or in Part 5 any of the sources I have referred to or quoted from that are not primarily dance related, be they plays, poems, ballads, librettos, reminiscences, memoirs, diaries treatises or biographies. I have simply cited these as I go.

Electronic resources

The Library of Congress web-site: An American Ballroom Companion, Dance Instruction Manuals c. 1490-1920, for its facsimiles, transcriptions, articles and videos.

Robert M. Keller’s on-line and CDrom database The Dancing Master, 1651-1728: An Illustrated Compendium.

The web-pages of Colonialmusic, Early Dance Circle, Greg Lindahl and Richard Powers, the blog kickery.com., the web publications and videos of DanceTime publications, Rendance.org and Regencydances.org, you-tube video collections, and many other club and personal web sites offering research, information and inspiration.

Anonymous writer, editor or translator.

Anon, ‘The dancing-master, a satyr’, Historical Dance, Volume 2, Number 6, 1988-91, pp.21-23.

Anon., Dance, a Very Social History, New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rizzoli, 1986.

Anon., The Assembly Rooms Bath, The Authorised Guide, Published by the Bath & North East Somerset Council in association with the National Trust.

Anon., The Dance. Historic Illustrations of Dancing from 3300 B.C. to 1911 A.D. by An Antiquary, London, John Bale, Sons & Danielsson, Ltd, 1911.

Anon. De glorie van het Dansen The glory of Dancing, Haags Gemeentemuseum, 1987.

Anon., The Favour of Your Company, Tickets and Invitations to London Events and Places of Interest c.1750-c.1850, Museum of London, 1980.

Various note contributors, ‘A New Treatise on the Art of Dancing’ First published in “The Lady’s Magazine” (I: Volume XVI) in Six Instalments (February, March, April, May, June, July 1785)’, Dance Research: The Journal of the Society for Dance Research, vol. 11, no.2 (Aut., 1993), pp.43-59, pp.3-59.

The Rudiments of Genteel Behavior, Francis Nivelon, Forward by Paul Holberton, Afterword by Hugh Belsey, Paul Holberton publishing, London, 2003.

Pseudonym used by author

‘Arglwydd Dafydd Cyhoeddwr’ (John White), ‘An Introduction to the Lovelace Manuscript’, presented at Known World Dance Symposium 8, Bloomington, Indiana, 2011.

——— ‘Two Non-Playford English Country Dances from Lovelace’, presented at Known World Dance Symposium 8, Bloomington, Indiana, 2011

——— ‘The Lansdowne 1115 (“Moot Book”) manuscript’s dances’, presented at Known World Dance Symposium 8, Bloomington, Indiana, 2011

‘Baroness Jessa d’Avondale’, ‘Hearts Ease: Some Reco-nstruction Notes’, Letter of Dance volume 2 and on-line.

‘Bjálfi Thordharson’, ‘Instructions for “Dargason”’, Letter of Dance volume 2 and on-line.

Dani of the Seven Wells’, ‘Parson’s Farewell’, in Letter of Dance vol. 1 and on-line.

——— ‘The Origin of English Coutnry Dance’, in Letter of Dance vol. 1 and on-line.

Daniel of Falling Rocks and Roselyne de l’Estrangere’, ‘The Brusels Manuscript: Transcription & Translation’, Letter of Dance volume 2 and on-line.

——— ‘Burgundiant Basse Dance: A Reconstruction of the Brussels MS, Letter of Dance volume 2 and on-line.

‘Delbert von Straßburg’ (D. Elson), Del’s Dance Book, and The Music for Del’s Dance Book, 6th ed., Mar. 2003.

‘Felice Debbage’ ’32 Scempie Mutanze’ presented at Known World Dance Symposium 8, Bloomington, Indiana, 2011.

 ‘Fiammetta di Antonio di Donato Adimari’, ‘Anello’, Letter of Dance Volume 3 and on-line.

‘Fidelico de Rocheforte’, ‘John Playford, a Brief Biography’, Letter of Dance, volume 3 and on-line.

‘Justin du Coeur’, ‘Ballo del Fiore in due: “Dance of the Flower, for two”’, Letter of Dance, volume 1 and on-line.

‘Messer Sion Andreas o Wynedd’, ‘Basic Brawling Techniques’, 1995, Letter of Dance, volume 3 & on-line.

——— ‘Dell’Arte Cascadare’, 1996, Letter of Dance, volume 4 and on-line.

——— ‘O Spagnolette, O Cascarda, or, A word concerning similarities’, Letter of Dance vol. 3 & on-line.

‘Mistress Jane Lyn of Fenmere and Master Trahaearen ap Ieuan’, ‘Alternate Reconstruction of Dargason’, Letter of Dance, volume 2 and on-line.

‘Mistress Rosina del Bosco Chiaro’, ‘Two Sixteenth-Century Dance Games’, Letter of Dance, vol. 4. On-line.

‘Sara de Bonneville’, ‘Bassa Toscana—a Slap-happy Italian Dance’, presented at Known World Dance Symposium 8, Bloomington, Indiana, 2011.

‘Scott MacTiere’, ‘Period References to Scottish Dance’, Letter of Dance, volume 4 and on-line.

‘Sir Patri du Chat Gris’, ‘A translation and brief com-mentary on Robert Coplande’s “Manner of dauncying of bace dauces”, Letter of Dance, vol. 2 & on-line.

——— ‘Parons Farewell: An Alternative Reconstruction’, Letter of Dance, volume 1 and on-line.

Personal name of author, editor or translator

Aksdal, Bjorn ‘“Polish Dance with walking and Jumping Dance” A historical perspective on the pols music in Norway up to the late 1800s’, in The Polish Dance in Scandinavia and Poland, ed Märta Ramsten, Stockholm, 2003, pp.53-75.

Aldrich, Elizabeth, ‘Révérence: Nineteenth-Century Modes’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

Aldrich, Elizabeth, From the Ballroom to Hell. Grace and Folly in Nineteenth-Century Dance, Northwestern University Press, Evanston, Illinois, 1991.

——— Review of Yves Guillard, Early Scottish Reel Setting Steps and the Influence of the French Quadrille, Dance Studies, Vol. 13, ed. R. Lange, Jersey Centre for Dance Studies, in Dance Research Journal, 24/1, Spring 1992, pp.41-42.

Aldrich, Kenneth Richard. The Italian Influence on Dance in the Court of Elizabeth I. Master's Thesis, University of Oregon-1979, Microform Publications, Univ. of Oregon, 1982.

Alford, Violet, and Gallop, Rodney, The Traditional Dance, Methuen & Co. Ltd, London, 1935.

Allison Thompson, ‘The Felicities of Rapid Motion: Jane Austen in the Ballroom’, Persuasions on-line vol.21, no.1.

Andrews, Shirley, Take Your Partners, Melbourne, 1974, 3rd edition, revised & enlarged, by Hyland House, 1979.

——— ‘Australian Traditional Dance’. Late 1990s. On-line.

——— ‘The Multi-cultural Nature of Australian Traditional Social Dance’. Late 1990s. On-line.

Andrijeski, Julie, A Survey Of The Loure Through Definitions, Music, And Choreographies Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements For the degree of Doctor of Musical Arts, Department of Music, Case Western Reserve University, May, 2006.

Anglo, Sydney, ‘Notation of Movement in the Arts of War, Fencing and the Dance’, in Barbara Segal ed., Dancing Master of Hop Merchant? The Role of the Dance Teacher through the Ages, Early Dance Circle, Proceeding of a Conference held at St Bride Institute, London, on 23 February 2008, pp.49-60.

Arcangeli, Alessandro, ‘Dance and Law’, in Barbara Ravelhofer (ed.) Terpsichore 1450-1900 International Dance Conference Ghent, Belgium, 11-18 April 2000, Proceedings. In memory of Ingrid Brainard, The Institute for Historical Dance Practice, 2000, pp.51-64

Astier, Régine, ‘Feuillet Notation’, in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York 1998.

——— ‘Beauchamps, Pierre,’ ‘Feuillet Notation,’ ‘Guillaume-Louis Pecourt,’ and ‘Pierre Rameau’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance. New York, 1998.

Baert, Lieven and Veerle Fack, ‘Les Basses Danses de Marguerite d’Autriche’, July 1995. On-line.

Bakka, Egil, ‘The Polka before and after the Polka’, 2001 Yearbook for Traditional Music, pp.37-47.

Barlow, Jeremy (ed.), The Complete Country Dance Tunes from Playford’s Dancing Master (1651-c.1728), London, Faber Music Ltd., 1985.

Barlow, Jeremy, ‘J’ai default de la dance’ The place of Arbeau’s Orchésographie in histories of dance’, in Barbara Segal ed., Dancing Master of Hop Merchant? The Role of the Dance Teacher through the Ages, Early Dance Circle, Proceeding of a Conference held at St Bride Institute, London, on 23 February 2008, pp.85-92.

Barnes, Peter The Barnes Book of English Country Dance Tunes, 1st published 1986. Revised and expanded, 1996 10th printing June 2002, Peter Barnes, Greenfield, Massachusetts.

Barnes, Peter The Barnes Book of English Country Dance Tunes, Volume Two. A collection of 400 commonly used English country dance melodies, Peter Barnes, Greenfield, Massachusetts. 2005.

Barraclough, Michael, ‘Newcastle United or Black and White’, 2004. On-line.

Beaumont, Cyril W., translation of Thoinot Arbeau, Orchésography. 1588, London, 1925, New York, Dance Horizons, Inc., 1968.

——— The Dancing Master. Pierre Rameau, 1st published 1931, republished by Dance Books Ltd, Alton, Hampshire, 2003.

——— Cyril W., A Bibliography of Dancing, Benjamin Bloom, New York, 1963.

Becker, Marie Luise, Der Tanz, Leipzig, [n.d.]

Bennett, Giles, ‘Practical Explorations of Minuet Variations in Gottried Taubert’s Rechtschaffener Tantzmeister’, in Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society, On Common Ground 6, The Minuet in Time and Space, Proceedings of the fourth DHDS Conference 10-11 March 2007, St Albans, pp.21-30.

——— ‘The Dance Book Authors as Transmitters of Dance Practise’, in Stephanie Schroeder, Marie-Thérèse Mourey, Giles Bennett, (editors), Barocktanz La danse baroque Baroque Dance, Georg Olms Verlag, Hildesheim, Zürich, New York, 2008, pp.449-472.

——— ‘Elementarer Tanzunterrich am Dresdner Hof. Louis Delpêch und seine Leçons de danse (1772), in Vom Schäferidyl zur Revolution. Europäische Tanzkultur im 18. Jahrhundert, the proceedings of the 2nd Rothenfels Dance Symposium, 2008, pp.17-37.

Bevington, David, and Holbrook, Peter, The Politics of the Stuart Court Masque, Cambridge, 1998.

Bie, Oskar, Der Tanz, Julius Bard, Berlin, 1923.

Bindig, Susan F. ‘Gigue’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

Bloomfield, Anne, The Significance Of The Dancing Master In Creating A Civilised Society In The 18th Century, The Early Dance Lecture 2007 Agent Of The Enlightenment  On line.

Bonneau, Renée, Carnet de Bals, Les Grandes scènes de bal dans la littérature, Larousse, Paris, 2000.

Boyes, Georgina, The imagined Village. Culture ideology and the English Folk Revival, Manchester University Press, Manchester and New York, 1993.

Brainard, Ingrid, Three Court Dances of the Early Renai-ssance, New York: Dance Notation Bureau Press, 1971.

——— ‘Dance §III: Middle Ages and early Renaissance’ in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, London, 1980.

——— The Art of Courtly Dancing in the Early Renai-ssance, West Newton, Mass. Privately published, 1981.

——— ‘New Dances for the Ball: The Annual Collections of France and England in the 18th Century’, Early Music, Vol. 14, No. 2, May, 1986, pp. 164-173

——— ‘Annual Collections,’ ‘Sarabande,’ ‘Social Dance: Court and Social Dance before 1800,’ and ‘Technical Manuals: Publications, 1445-1725’, in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

——— ‘Arena, Antonius de,’ ‘Cornazano, Antonio,’ ‘Dancing Master,’ ‘Domenico da Piacenza,’ and ‘Guglielmo Ebreo da Pesaro’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

——— ‘Bassedanse,’ ‘Medieval Dance,’ ‘Renaissance Dance Technique,’ and ‘Révérence: Origins of Modes and Manners’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

——— ‘Dancing Masters’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

——— ‘Figure Dances’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

——— ‘Longways’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

——— ‘Music for Dance: Western Music before 1520’ in The International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

——— ‘Renaissance Dance Technique,’ ‘Révérence: Origins of Modes and Manners,’ and ‘Sarabande’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

Brissenden, Alan, Shakespeare and the Dance, London, The Macmillan Press, 1981.

Broadbridge, Nicolas, and Fennessy, Marjorie, Purcell’s  Dancing Master being a collection entirely newly assembled of country dances old and new the tunes all composed by Mr Henry Purcell, Lanark, Scotland, 1997.

Brooks, Lynn Matluck, The Art of Dancing in Seventeenth-Century Spain, Juan de Esquivel Navarro and His World, Including a translation of the Discursos sobre el arte del danzando by Juan de Esquivel Navarro (Seville, 1642), and Commentary on the Text, Lewisburg, Busknell University Press, London, Associated University Presses, 2003.

Brunner, Verena, Tanzen mit Mozart, Fidula-Verlag, 2006.

——— Contredanses Tanzvergnügen der Mozart-Zeit, Fidula, Boppard am Rhein, 2014.

Buckland, Theresa Jill, ‘Edward Scott: The Last of the English Dancing Masters’, Dance Research: The Journal of the Society for Dance Research, Vol.2, No.2, Winter 2003, pp.3-35.

Buckley, Ann and Cynthia J. Cyrus (ed.), Music, Dance, and Society, Medieval and Renaissance Studies in Memory of Ingrid G. Brainard, Medieval Institute Publ-ications, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, 2011,

Callison, Darcey and Warner, Mary Jane, ‘Dance Improvisation as Communication: The Link Between Renaissance and Baroque Dance’, in Barbara Ravelhofer (ed.) Terpsichore 1450-1900 International Dance Conference Ghent, Belgium, 11-18 April 2000, Proceedings. In memory of Ingrid Brainard, The Institute for Historical Dance Practice, 2000, pp.85-92

Carboni, Fabio, Barbar Sparti and Agostino Ziino, ‘Balli to Dance and Play in a Sixteenth-Century Miscellany’, Music Observed: Studies in Memory of William C. Holmes, ed. Colleen Reardon & Susan Parisi, Michigan, Harmonie Park Press, 2004, pp.31-54.

Carner, Mosco, The Waltz, 1948 London: Max Parrish & Company, Ltd.

Carter, Françoise Carter, ‘Jane Austen, dancing, and the marriage market’, in Barbara Ravelhofer (ed.) Terpsichore 1450-1900 International Dance Conference Ghent, Belgium, 11-18 April 2000, Proceedings. In memory of Ingrid Brainard, The Institute for Historical Dance Practice, 2000, 161-168.

Casazza, Joseph, ‘Evidence for English Country Dances in the sixteenth Century’, Letter of Dance, vol. 2. On-line.

Cass, Joan, Dancing through History, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1993.

Cassell’s National Music A Representative collection of the Songs of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, Sacredand Secular, with two additional volumes containing operatic selections and dance music, preface and notes by Robert J. Buckley, Volume VII: Dance Music, London, The Waverley Book Company.

Challingsworth, Nell, Dancing down the Years The Romantic Century in Australia, The Craftsman Press, Melbourne, 1978.

Chappell, William, Popular Music of the Olden Time; Vol. I&2, London, Cramer,Beale, & Chappell, 1895 (full details in Volume X.5).

Chazin-Bennahum, Judith, Dance in the Shadow of the Guillotine, Southern Illinois University, 1988.

Cobau, Judith, ‘The Preferred Pas de Menuet’, Dance Reasearch Journal, Vol. 16, No.2, Autumn, 1984, pp.13-17.

Cohen, Sarah R., Art, Dance, and the Body in French Culture of the Ancien Régime, Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Coldwell, Charles P., Angelo Gardano's Balletti Moderni and Its Relation to Cesare Negri's Le Gratie d'Amore. 1602, Boston: American Musicogical Society, 1981.

Cooper, Paul, on-line papers at regencydance.org:

——— The Allemande Figure in English Regency Dancing, 18 Sept.20113,

——— The Poussette Figure in English Regency Dancing, 7 Nov.2013,

——— Wilson’s Quadrilles, 10 Jan.2014.

——— The Promenade Figure in English Regency Dancing, 14 Mar. 2014

——— The Life of Thomas Wilson, Dancing Master, 12 May 2014

——— The Lancers Quadrilles, 28 Aug. 2014

——— The Life & Quadrilles of Joseph Binns Hart, 21 Oct. 2014

——— Edward Payne, Dancing Master (?-1819), 25 Nov. 2014.

——— James Paine, of Almack’s (1778-1855), 16 Jan. 2015

——— Cotillion Dancing in England, 1760s to 1810s, 24 Feb. 2015

Corto, Gino, ‘Cinque Balli Toscani del cinquecento’, in Rivista italiana di musicologia, 12, 1977, pp.73-81.

Cottis, Anne, ‘The education to be derived from dancing in the 18th century’, Historical Dance, volume 2, number 3, 1983, pp.13-19.

——— ‘Women and dancing after the Restoration’, Historical Dance, volume 2, number 6, 1988-91, pp.16-20.

Coupe, Rosemary, ‘The Evolution of the ‘Eightsome Reel’’, Folk Music Journal, volume 10, number 5, pp.693-722.

Crane, Frederick, Materials for the Study of the Fifteenth-Century Basse Danse, The Institute of Mediaeval Music, New York, 1968.

Cruickshank, Diana, ‘"E poi se piglieno per mano" - a brief study of hand holds in 15th and 16th century portraits’, Historical Dance, volume 2, number 5, 1986-87, pp 17-20.

——— Danzare Et Sonare. 15th Century Italian Dances, arranged and played by the Longslade Consort. Dances interpreted by Diana Cruickshank, Salsbury, 1992.

——— Selva Amorosa. A collection of 18 of the dances from Caroso's Il Ballarino (1581) and Nobilta di Dame (1600). 1991

——— ‘The dramatic character of 15th century Italian dance with particular reference to the dances of Domenico da Piacenza’, Hong Kong International Dance Conference, 1990, Hong Kong, Conference papers. v. 1, p. 162-168.

——— ‘Rooted in the Renaissance. A study of basic step structure and its development from early Renaissanace manuscripts to the early baroque period’, On Common Ground, Proceedings of the DHDS Conference 24 February 1996, London, pp,68-77. 

——— The Lovers Luck. Twenty Country Dances being A Composition entirely New; by Thomas Bray, 1699, Salisbury, 2001.

——— ‘There’s many a Slip... Reading the 15th century Italian Dance Manuscripts’, in Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society, On Common Ground 4, Reconstruction and Re-creation in Dance before 1850, Proceedings of the fourth DHDS Conference 29 March 2003, London, pp.31-44.

Cunningham, James P., The Country Dance—Early References.’ Journal of the English Folk Dance and Song Society 9, no. 3, December 1962.

——— Dancing in the Inns of Court, London: Jordan and Sons, 1965.

Cwieka-Skrzyniarz, R. The Mazur-Mazurka Dance Figures Workbook. [CD rom form of notes from c.1984]

——— Mazur-Mazurka. The Brilliant Glorius Dance. [CD rom form of notes from c. 1984]

——— Polonaise. Story of a Dance. [CD rom form of notes from c.1984].

——— The Elements of and their Combination in Figures for Polish Figure Dancing, [CD rom form of notes from c.1984]

Dahlig-Turek, Ewa ‘On the History of the Polska’ in The Polish Dance in Scandinavia and Poland, ed Märta Ramsten, Stockholm, 2003, pp.11-25,

D'Albert, Charles, The Encyclopedia of Dancing, London: T. M. Middleton & Company, 1920.

Davies, J.G., ‘Dancing in church buildings’, Historical Dance, volume 2, number 1, 1980-81, pp. 9-12.

Daye, Anne, ‘From word to movement’ (with original text of Furioso all' Italiana and transcription of the music by Diana Porteus), Historical Dance, volume 2, number 4, 1985, pp.13-23.

———The problem of Negri's term fioretto spezzato’, Historical Dance, volume 2, number 5, 1986-87, p.36.

——— ‘Towards a choreographic description of the fifteenth century Italian bassa danza’, Historical Dance, volume 2, number 5, 1986-87.

——— ‘Skill and invention in the Renaissance ballroom’, Historical Dance, vol. 2, number 6, 1988-91, pp 12-15.

——— ‘Youthful Revels, Masks, and Courtly Sights’” an introductory study of the revels within the Stuart masque’, Historical Dance, volume 3, number 4, 1996, pp.5-22.

——— ‘A Valentine for the King’, Dance Research: The Journal of the Society for Dance Research, Vol. 15, NO.2, Papers from the Dance to Honour Kings Conference, Winter 1997, pp.63-83.

——— ‘The Banqueting House, Whitehall: a site specific to dance’, Historical Dance, 2004, volume 4, number 1, pp.3-22.

——— ‘A Path to Virtue: Dance and Education in the Seventeenth Century’ in Barbara Segal ed., Dancing Master of Hop Merchant? The Role of the Dance Teacher through the Ages, Early Dance Circle, Proceeding of a Conference held at St Bride Institute, London, on 23 February 2008, pp.35-38.

——— ‘Dancing for King and Country: the Jacobean Court Dancer’, On Common Ground 7, Kings and Commers: Dances of Display for Court, City and Country, Proceedings of the seventh DHDS Conference 28-29 March 2009, St Albans, pp.5-11.

——— Dances for Jane Austen, notes at the Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society’s 2011 Summer School.

De Hugo, Isaac (Andrew Vorder Bruegge), ‘Documenting to Period English Country Dance through the Back Door’, On-line article sight in October 2006.

Dean-Smith, Margaret, Playford’s English Dancing Master 1651, A Facsimile Reprint with an Introduction, Bibliography and Notes, Schott & Co, London, 1957.

Decitre, Monique, Dansez la France, Dumas, SaintEtienne, [n.d.]

Dennison, Hazel, ‘Dancing the Barbarian’, On Common Ground 7, Kings and Commers: Dances of Display for Court, City and Country, Proceedings of the seventh DHDS Conference 28-29 Mar. 2009, St Albans, pp.12-14.

Derra de Moroda, Friderica, ‘Choréographie: the dance notation of the eighteenth century: Beauchamp or Feuillet?’ The book collector, 16/4, 1967, 450-76.

——— (edited from the manuscript left by the author by Sibylle Dahms and Lotte Roth-Wölfle), The Dance Library. A Catalogue, Robert Wölfle, München, 1982.

Dixon, Peggy, ‘Reflections on basse dance source material, a dancer's review (Part II)’, Historical Dance, Volume 2, Number 4, 1985, pp 24-27.

——— ‘Reflections on basse dance source material, a dancer's review (Part I)’, Historical Dance, volume 2, number 5, London, 1986-87, pp 22-29.

——— Nonsuch Early Dance, vol III, Elizabethan Dances, 16th C Part I, London, 1986

——— Nonsuch Early Dance, vol IV, Elizabethan Dances, 16th C Part II, London, 1986

——— Nonsuch Early Dance, vol V, English Country Dances 17th & 18th C., London, 1987

——— Nonsuch Early Dance, vol VI, Ballroom Dances 17th & 18th C. with Feuillet’s Notation Explained, London, 1987

——— Nonsuch Early Dance, First Supplement, Mediaeval to Baroque, London, 1989

——— Nonsuch Early Dance, vol VIIa, Late 18th Century; & 19th Century Ballroom Dances, London, 1993.

Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society, The Art of Dancing—Early Georgian dances 1714-1760, published for Summer School 1985.

——— Il Ballarino—16th century Italian dances, for Summer School 1986.

——— Devices for Dancing: 1680–1700—Ballroom and stage dance, for Summer School 1987.

——— Revels for 1588—English dances of the Armada year, for Summer School 1988.

——— Sonare et Balare—Dances of the 15th century, for Summers School 1989.

——— Georgian Delights—Dances from England c.1728, for Summer School 1990.

——— Princely Masques and Revels—Dances of the Stuart masque c.1611, for Summer School 1991.

——— To Celebrate a Prince—Dances of Lorenzo de' Medici's court, for Summers School 1992.

——— A Lively Shape of Dauncing - Dances of Shakespeare's Time, for Summer School 1994.

——— Il Bel Danzare—European dances c. 1500, for Summer School 1995.

——— On Common Ground, Proceedings of the DHDS Conference 24 February 1996, London.

——— The First Refinement—Dances of the Early Nineteenth Century, for Summers School 1997.

——— On Common Ground 2, Continuity and Change, Proceedings of the second DHDS Conference 14 March 1998, London.

——— Excellent New Dances—Dances of court and country c.1699, for Summer School 1999.

——— Una Festivita della Danza—Dances at a northern Italian court c. 1500, for Summer School 2000.

——— Minuet to Mazurka 1745-1845 Book and supplement, for Summer School 2001.

——— For the Further Improvement of Dancing (1680-1725), for Summer School 2002.

——— ... and then take hands—Dances of the court of James I, for Summers School 2003.

——— New Worlds, New Steps—Social Dancing 1780-1900 from Europe and America, for Summer School 2004.

——— L'arte perfetta del danzare—Dances of the 15th century, for Summer School 2005.

——— For the Ballroom and the Stage - Dances for 18th century France and England, for Summer School 2006.

——— In the Italian Manner—Dances from the Royal Courts of Europe c.1600, for Summer School 2007.

——— From Rout to Regency—Dances for the fashionable assembly in Britain and Europe, from Louis X1V to the Prince Regent, for Summer School 2008.

——— On Common Ground 7, Kings and Commers: Dances of Display for Court, City and Country, Proceedings of the seventh DHDS Conference 28-29 March 2009, St Albans, ed. David Parsons.

Dolmetsch, Mabel, Dances of England and France 1450-1600, 1949, Edition, London, Da Capo. 1976.

Dolmetsch, Nathalie, ‘Squilini Cascarda from Il Ballarino by Fabritio Caroso 1581’, Historical Dance, volume 2, number 1, 1980-81, pp. 13-16.

Donnelly, Sean, ‘Trenchmore’: An Irish Dance in Tudor and Stuart England. On line .

Durham, Peter and Janelle, Dances from the Inns of Court 1570-1675, 1997.

Ehrenreich, Barbara, Dancing in the Streets, A history of Collective Joy, Metropolitan Books, New York, 2007.

Ellis, Peter, ‘Dance Music in the Australian Tradition’. Published on Wongawilli Colonial Dance Club web-site.

———  ‘Old Time Dancing and Music. Music and Dance Categories and Tempos’, March 2002. Published on Wongawilli Colonial Dance Club web-site.

——— ‘ “Calling the Tune and Leading a Merry Dance” Part 1.—Dances of the Regency, early days of Australia’s Settlement, Part 1’ and Part 2—The Scotch Connection and Almack’s,’ [n.d.] on-line.

Emmanuel, Maurice, The Antique Greek Dance after scultpured and painted figures, translated by Harriet Jean Beauley with drawings by A. Collombar and the author, New York, John Lane Company; London, John Lane, The Bodely Head, 1916.

Emmerson, George, Scotland through her Country Dances, London, Johnson, 1967.

——— A Social History of Scottish Dance, Mont-real/London, McGill-Queen's University Press, 1972.

Evans, Mary Stewart, translation into English of Thoinot Arbeau, Orchesography (1589), New York, 1948. Reprint with corrections, a new introduction, and notes by Julia Sutton, and representative steps and dances in Labanotation by Mireille Backer, New York, 1987.

Fallows, David, ‘The Gresley Dance Collection, c.1500’, Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, No.29, 1996, pp.1-20.

Fermor, Sharon,  On the Question of Pictorial 'Evidence' for Fifteenth-Century Dance Technique’, Dance Research: The Journal of the Society for Dance Research, vol. 5, no. 2 (Autumn, 1987), pp. 18-32, published by: Edinburgh University Press.

Feves, Angene, Dances of a Noble Gathering: 16th Century Court Dances from Il Ballarino. (1581), Pleasant Hill, California: Consortium Antiquum, Inc., 1985.

———, Langston, Ann Lizbeth, Schlottermüller, Uwe W., Roucher, Eugenia (ed. and introductions), Instruction pour dancer, An Anonymous Manuscript, ‘fa-gisis’ Musik- und Tanzedition, Freiburg 2000.

Fitzhugh-Millar, John, Elizabethan Country Dances, Williamsburg, Va., Thirteen Colonies Press, 1985.

——— Country Dances of Colonial America, Williamsburg, VA, Thirteen Colonies Press, 1990.

Fletcher, Ifan Kyrle, Bibliographical Descriptions of Forty Rare Books relating to the Art of Dancing in the collection of P.J.S. Richardson, O.B.E., 1st published by The Dancing Times Ltd, in 1954, Republished by Dance Books Ltd, London, in 1977.

———, Cohen, Selma Jeanne, and Lonsdale, Roger, Famed for Dance: Essays on the Theory and Practice of Theatrical Dancing in England, 1660-1740, New York Public Library, 1960.

Flett, J.F. and T.M., Traditional Dancing in Scotland, London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1964.

Frank, Priska, ‘A coranto with a diagram’, Historical Dance, volume 2, number 3, 1983, pp 3-5.

Franks, A. H., Social Dance: A Short History, London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1963.

Gatiss, Ian, ‘The puzzle of the squiggle’, Historical Dance, volume 2, number 6, 1988-91, pp 9-11.

——— ‘Will the music tell you what to do? Illustration from Playford’, On Common Ground, Proceedings of the DHDS Conference 24 February 1996, London, pp.40-47.

Gerbes, Angelika Renate, Gottfried Taubert on Social and Theatrical dance of the early 18th Century, PhD Dissertation 1972, Ohio State University Edition, 1977, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Goff, Moira, ‘Edmund Pemberton, dancing-master and publisher’, Dance research, London. v. 11, no. 1, Spring 1993, p. 52-81.

——— ‘The Adroit and Elegant Monsieur Nivelon’ in Dancing Master of Hop Merchant? The Role of the Dance Teacher through the Ages, Early Dance Circle, Proceeding of a Conference held at St Bride Institute, London, on 23 February 2008, pp.69-78.

Goodwin, Noël. ‘Dance §6, part 2: Nineteenth Century, Social Dance’ in The New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, London, 1980.

Green, Lance, Bush Dance Instructions, plus: Musical guide by David Johnson and historical notes by Anne Pidcock, The Bush Music Club, Sydney, 2001.

Grillo, Elena. ‘Diobono, Pompeo’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

Gstrein, Rainer., ‘...welches warlich bey einer wolbestelten Policey ist warzunehmen und auffs allerscharffeste zu verbieten...’, Morgenröte des Barock. Tanz im 17. Jahrhundert, 1. Rothenfelser Tanzymposion 9.-13. June 2004, Freiburg, 2008, pp.81-90.

Guilcher, Jean-Michel, ‘André Lorin et l’invention de l’ écriteur choréographieque’, Revue d’histoire du theatre, 21, 1969, 256-64.

Guilcher, Jean-Michel, La Contredanse et les Renouvellements de la Danse Française, Paris: Mouton & Company, 1969.

Guillard, Yves, Le Quadrille Terl qu'il se dansait à ses Origines, Le Mans: La Fricassée, Hammond, 1988.

——— Early Scottish Reel Setting Steps and the Influence of the French Quadrille, Dance Studies, Vol. 13, ed. R. Lange, Jersey Centre for Dance Studies, 1989.

Guthrie, John, Historical Dances for the Theatre. The Pavan and the Minuet, 1st published 1950, republished by Dance Books, 1982.

——— ‘Notes on the interpretation of Baroque dances’, Historical Dance, Volume 2, Number 3, 1983, pp 10-11.

——— and Marino Zorzi, translation of  Antonius de Arena’s Ad suos compagnones studiantes. Lyon, 1528 ‘Rules of Dancing by Antonius Arena’, Dance Research 4, Autumn 1986, pp. 3-53.

Hamilton, Jack, ed., The Ralph Page Book of Contras, 1969, reprint London, English Folkdance & Song Society, 1973.

Hammond, Sandra N. ‘A Nineteenth-Century Dancing Master at the Court of Wurttemberg: The Dance Notebooks of Michel St.Leon’, Dance Chronicle, vol.15, no.3 (1992), pp.291-315.

Hamrick, Will, Historical Dance. Volume 1. Mid Nine-teenth Century Couple Dances, Cincinnati, Ohio [n.d.]

——— The Flying Cloud Vintage Dance Handbook, Flying Cloud Academy of Vintage Dance, 2001.

Harris-Warrick, Rebecca, ‘Ballroom Dancing at the Court of Louis XIV’, Early Music, vol.14, no.1 (Feb. 1986), pp.41-49.

———, and Carol G. Marsh, Musical Theatre at the Court of Louis XIV: Le Mariage de la Grosse Cathos, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1994.

——— ‘Allemande’, in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

Haskell, Arnold L., The Wonderful World of Dance, Dou-bleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York, 1969.

Hazebroucq, Hubert, ‘Six French Dances in Germany. An Introduction by Johann Georg Pasch (1659’, in “All’ Ungaresca—al Espanol” Die Vielfalt der europäischen Tanzkultur 1420-1820, the proceedings of the 3rd Rothenfels Dance Symposium, 2012, pp.39-57.

Hendrickson, Charles Cyril, with the assistance of Frances Cibel Hendrickson, Early American Dance and Music: John Griffiths, Dancing Master 29 Country Dances, 1788, The Hendrikson Group, Sany Hook, Connecticut, 1989.

——— English Dances for the Dutch Court. Recueil de 24 Contredances Angloise les Plus UsitéI, 1755, The Hendrikson Group, Sany Hook, Connecticut, 1996.

Hertz, John, The Tenor of Terpsichore or Dances in the Fashion of the English Regency as done by certain modern admirers of the same, 2nd edition, Friends of the English Regency, California, March 1986.

Hess, Remi, Cellarius, La Danse des Salons, Illustrations de avarni. 1847, Jérôme Millon, Grenoble, 1993.

Hilton, Wendy, ‘A Dance for Kings: The Seventeenth-Century Courant. Its character, step-patterns, metric and proportional foundations’, Early Music vol. 5, no. 2 (Apr., 1977), pp. 160-172—but I have consulted in version available on-line from an uncited journal, pp.358-375.

——— Dance of Court and Theatre: The French Noble Style, 1690-1725, Princeton, 1981.

——— ‘Ballet Technique, History of: French Court Dance,’ ‘Courante,’ ‘Loure,’ ‘Minuet,’ and ‘Révérence: Early Eighteenth-Century Modes.’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

Hoppu, Petri, ‘The Polska at Finnish and Swedish Peasant Weddings in the 18th and 19th centuries’, in The Polish Dance in Scandinavia and Poland, ed Märta Ramsten, Stockholm, 2003, pp.145-151

Horst, Louis, Pre-Classic Dance Forms, 1937, Republished by Dance Horizons, New York, 1968.

Howard, Skiles, The Politics of Courtly Dancing in Early Modern England, University of Massachusetts Press, 1998.

Hudson, Richard, The Allemande The Balletto and the Tanz, Volume I, Cambridge University Press, 1986.

Huggett, Robert, ‘Dances from the Gresley Manuscript—Circa 1500’, 2002. On-line.

Inglehearn, Madeleine, 15th Century Dances from Burgundy and Italy, London, Companie of Dansers, Guildhall Waits, 1981.

——— (translator, and writer of Introduction and notes) and Peggy Forsyth, (translator), Antonio Cornazano, The Book on the Art of Dancing, Dance Books Ltd, 1981.

——— Ten Dances from Sixteenth Century Italy, 1983.

——— The Minuet in the Late Eighteenth Century, including a reprint of S.J Gardiner’s A Dancing Master’s Instruction Book of 1786, London, 1998.

——— ‘Dancing Masters: Professionals or Businessmen? A study of the status of dancing-masters in eighteenth century England’, in Barbara Segal ed., Dancing Master of Hop Merchant? The Role of the Dance Teacher through the Ages, Early Dance Circle, Proceeding of a Conference held at St Bride Institute, London, on 23 February 2008, pp.49-60.

Inkeldy, Otto, A Jewish Dancing Master of the Renaissance: Guglielmo Ebreo, 1463, New York, Dance Horizons, Inc., 1929.

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Jones, Alan (translator and commentator), The Minuet in Spain, Excerpts from a Work in Progress, Selections from the Treatises of Minguet (1737) and Ferriol (1745), translated into English, 2012.

Jones, Pamela, ‘Spectacle in Milan: Cesare Negri's Torch Dances’, Early Music, vol. 14, no. 2, May, 1986, pp. 182-196.

——— ‘The Relation between Music and Dance in Cesare Negri's Le gratie d'amore' (1602),’ 2 vols. Ph.D. diss., University of London, 1988.

Jungmann, Irmgard, Tanz, Tod und Teufel, Tanzkultur in der gesellschaftlichen Auseinandersetzung des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts, Bärenreiter, Kassel, 2002.

Kassing, Gayle, History of Dance. An Interactive Arts Approach, Human Kinetics, 2007.

Keenan, Joanna, ‘Some of this year’s Bal d’Argent Competition Dances’, 2006. On line.

Keller, Kate and George A. Fogg ed. Twenty Four Early American Country Dances, Cotillions & Reels for the Year 1976 by James E. Morrison, New York, The Country Dance & Song Society, 1976.

Keller, Kate, and Ralph Sweet, Choice Selection of American Country Dances of the Revolutionary Era, Country Dane & Song Society, 2nd edition, June 1976.

Keller, Kate Van Winkle and Genevieve Shimer, The Playford Ball, A Capella Books and The Country Dance and Song Society, 1990.

Kemp, William, Kemps Nine Daies Wonder: Performed in a daunce from London to Norwich, with introduction and notes by Rev. Alexander Dyce, London, 1890.

Kendall, Yvonne, translation of Negri, Cesare. Le gratie d'amore, 1602, Ph.D. diss., Stanford University, 1985.

——— ‘Rhythm, Meter and “Tactus” in 16th-Century Italian Court Dance: Reconstruction from a Theoretical Base Dance Research’, The Journal of the Society for Dance Research, vol. 8, no. 1, Spring, 1990, pp. 3-27.

——— 24 November 2000 in The ORB on-line Reference Book for Medieval Studies.

———Mutanze, divisions, and diferencias: variation form in late Renaissance dance’, in A.Buckley & C.J.Cyrus (ed.), Music, Dance, and Society, 2011, pp.323-343.

Kidson, Frank, ‘Old English Dancing’, Article first published 1912, and more recently on-line.

Kiek, Jennifer, ‘Newcastle-An Exercise in Early English Country Dance Reconstruction’, in Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society, On Common Ground 4, Reconstruction and Re-creation in Dance before 1850, Proceedings of the fourth DHDS Conference 29 Mar. 2003, London, pp.53-60.

——— ‘ ‘We’ll Have a Crash Here in the Yard’ English Country Dance in early modern stage plays: an introduction’, Paper presented at the Fifth DHDS Conference On Common Ground 5: Dance in Drama, Drama in Dance, Cecil Sharp House, London, 12 Mar. 2005.

King-Dorset, Rodreguez, Black Dance in London, 1730-1850, Innovation, Tradition and Resistance, Jefferson North Carolina and London, 2008.

Kinkeldey, Otto, A Jewish Dancing Master of the Renaissance: Guglielomo Ebreo, New York, 1929, Reprinted by Dance Horizons, New York.

Kleinschmidt, Harald, ‘The Military and Dancing. Changing Norms and Behaviour, 15th to 18th Century’, Ethnologia Europaea: Journal of European Ethnology, 25 (1995) no.2, pp.157176.

Klotzsche, Volker, and Römer, Sigrid, Tanz in Sachsen, Betrachtungen zum Amateur- und Volkstanz im 20. Jahrhundert, 2006.

Knowles, Mark, The Wicket Waltz and Other Scandalous Dances. Outrage at Couples Dancing in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries, McFarland & Company, 1998.

Kronenfeld, Nathan, ‘Cesare Negri’s Salti del Fioco’, published on Greg Lindahl’s web-site.

Kudal, Jens Henrik ‘Polsk and Polonaise in Denmark, 1600-1860. Music, dance and symbol—a riddle with several solutions’, in The Polish Dance in Scandinavia and Poland, ed Märta Ramsten, Stockholm, 2003, pp.27-52.

Lamb, Andrew, ‘Strauss Family’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

Lange, Elfriede and Karl-Heinze, Modetänze um 1800 in Becker’s Taschenbüchern 1791-1827 und ihr Einfluß auf die Volkstanzpraxis des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts in Niederdeutschland, with contributions by Roswitha Busch-Hofer and Volker Klotzsche, Berlin 1984.

Langston, Ann Lizbeth, Italian Gagliarda Dance Movement in Four Dances from Cesare Negri's Le Gratie d' Amore (1602), 1988, master’s thesis, University of California at Riverside.

Langeloh, Hinrich, Renaissance-Tänze der Orchésographie nach Thonoit Arbeau, Verlag der Spielleute, 1996.

Lawler, Lillian B., The Dance in Ancient Greece, Wesleyan University Press, Connecticut, 1965, 3rd printing 1985.

Lawson, Joan, European Folk Dance, its national and musical characteristic, with illustrations by Iris Brooke, published under the auspices of The Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing Incorporated, Pitman publishing, London etc, first published 1953, reprinted and revised 1955 to 1970.

Lehner, Markus, A Manual Of Sixteenth-Century Italian Dance Steps, A compilation of the Original Sources, Freiburg, “fa-gisis” Musik- und Tanzedition, 1997.

——— ‘The Cascarda. An Italian dance form of the 16th century’ in B. Ravelhofer (ed.) Terpsichore 1450-1900 International Dance Conference Ghent, Belgium, 11-18 April 2000.

Lequet, A.E., The Art and Instruction of Good Dancing. Notes on Antonius Arena; translation from French, London, 1971.

Lindahl, Greg (‘Gregory Blount’), SCA Dance Cheat Sheets, Pennsic XXVII Version, July 31, 1998.

———, ‘Differences Among Different Copies and Editions of Negri’s Dance Manuals’, May 2003. On line.

——— ‘Copying between Negri and Caroso’, February 2007. On line.

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——— and Natalie Jenne, Dance and the Music of J.S. Bach, Indiana University Press, 1991, expanded 2001.

——— and Carol G. Marsh, La Danse Noble, An Inventory of Dances and Sources, New York/Williamstown/Nabburg, Broude Brothers Ltd, 1992.

——— ‘Bourrée’ and ‘Rigaudon’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

Lockwood, Lewis, ‘Renaissance’ in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, London, 1980.

Macks, Aaron, ‘Patricke /Dunn/Lovelace manuscript’. On-line.

Malkin, Mary Ann O’Brian, Dancing by the Book. A Catalogue of Books 1531-1804 in the Collection of Mary Ann O’Brian Malkin, New York, 2003.

Marrocco, W. Thomas, and Merveille, Marie-Laure, ‘Anthonius Arena, master of law and dance in the Renaissance’, Studi musicali. Firenze, v. 18, 1989, pp.19-48.

Marrocco, W. Thomas, Inventory of 15th Century Bassedanze, Balli & Balletti,1450.

Marsh, Carol G., introduction to Anthony L’Abbé, A New Collection of Dances, originally published by F. Le Roussau, London, c.1725, Series D Volume 2 in Music for London Entertainment 1660-1800, Stainer&Bell, London, 1991.

Marsh, Carol G., French Court Dance in England, 1706-1740: A Study of Sources, PhD dissertation, Facsimile of the 1985 Edition, 1986, University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, Michegan.

——— ‘Gavotte’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

——— ‘Gavotte’ In International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

——— ‘The Lovelace Manuscript. A Preliminary Study’, Morgenröte des Barock. Tanz im 17. Jahrhundert, 1. Rothenfelser Tanzymposion 9.-13. Juni 2004, Freiburg, 2008, pp.81-90.

Mather, Betty Bang, Dance Rhythms of the French Baroque. A Handbook for Performance, Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis, 1987.

Mathias, Geoffrey, ‘A Translation of “S’ensuyvent Plusiurs Basses Dances Tant Communes Que Incommunes” by Jacque Moderne’, Letter of Dance Volume 2 and on-line.

McArdle, Gráinne, ‘The Dancing Master in early eighteenth century Dublin’ in Barbara Segal ed., Dancing Master of Hop Merchant? The Role of the Dance Teacher through the Ages, Early Dance Circle, Proceeding of a Conference held at St Bride Institute, London, on 23 February 2008, pp.79-84

McDonagh, Don, Dance Fever, New York, Random House, 1979.

McGee, Timothy J., ‘Dancing Masters and the Medici Court in the Fifteenth Century’, Studi Muscali 17 (1988, pp.201f.

——— ‘Medieval Dances: Matching the Repertory with Grocheio’s Descriptions’, Journal of Musicology, 7, 1989 Fall, p. 498f.

——— Medieval Instrumental Dances, Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis, 1990.

McGowan, Margaret M., Le Balet Comique by Balthazar de Beaujoyeulx, 1581. A Facsimile with an Itnroduction, Medieval & Renaissance texts & studies, Volume 6 Binghamton, New York, 1982.

——— The Court Ballet of Louis XIII., London, Victoria & Albert Museum, 1989.

——— ‘The Art of the Dance in Seventeenth-Century French ballet de cour: An overview’ in Barbara Ravelhofer (ed.) Terpsichore 1450-1900 International Dance Conference Ghent, Belgium, 11-18 April 2000, Proceedings. In memory of Ingrid Brainard, The Institute for Historical Dance Practice, 2000, pp.93-104.

——— Dance in the Renaissance. European Fashion, French Obsession, Yale University Press, 2008.

McKee, Eric, ‘Influences of the Early Eighteenth-Century Social Minuet on the Minuets from J. S. Bach's French Suites, BWV 812-17’, Music Analysis, Vol. 18, No. 2, July, 1999, pp. 235-260.

——— Decorum of the Minuet, Delirium of the Waltz, A study of Dance-Music Relations in ¾ Time, Indiana University Press, Bloomington & Indianapolis, 2012.

McNeill, William H., Keeping Together in Time, Dance and Drill in Human History, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1995.

Mellor, Hugh, and Bridgewater, Leslie, The English Dancing Master or, Plaine and easie Rules for the Dancing of Coutnry Dances, with the Tune to each Dance. John Playford, 1st published 1933, then Dance Books Ltd., London, 1984.

Millar, John Fitzhugh, Country Dances of Colonial America, Thirteen Colonies Press, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1990.

Miller, David, The Duchess of Richmond’s Ball, 15 June 1815, Spellmount, Staplehurst, 2005.

Momm, Milo Pablo, ‘Jacques Dezais’ Premier Livre de Contre-Dances (1726). Eine neue Tanzsammlung asl möglicher “missing link” im 18 Jahrhundert? in Vom Schäferidyl zur Revolution. Europäische Tanzkultur im 18. Jahrhundert, the proceedings of the 2nd Rothenfels Dance Symposium, 2008, pp.147-173.

Monahin, Nona, ‘Reading (into?) Renaissance Dance: Mis-ura in the Service of Dramaturgy’, in A.Buckley & C.J.Cyrus (ed.), Music, Dance, and Society, 2011, pp.211-230.

Moore, Lillian, Images of the Dance. Historic Treasures of the Dance Collection 1581-1861, The New York Public Library, 1965.

Moreck, Curt, Der Tanz in der Kunst. Die bedeutensten Tanzbilder von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart, Stuttgart-Heilbronn, Walter Seifert Verlag, 1824.

Morrison, James. ‘Reel’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

Motnik, Marko, ‘Italienische Tanzkunst am Habsburger Hof. Der Tractatus de arte saltandi von Evangelista Papazzone (um 1572-1575), in “All’ Ungaresca—al Espanol” Die Vielfalt der europäischen Tanzkultur 1420-1820, the proceedings of the 3rd Rothenfels Dance Symposium, 2012, pp.133-145.

Mourey, Mari-Thérèse, ‘Dancing Culture at the Wolfenbüttel Court’, in Stephanie Schroeder, Marie-Thérèse Mourey, Giles Bennett, (editors), Barocktanz La danse baroque Baroque Dance, Georg Olms Verlag, Hildesheim, Zürich, New York, 2008, pp.390-411.

Mullally, Robert, ‘French Social Dances in Italy, 1528-9’, Music & Letters, vol.65, no.1 (Jan., 1984), pp.41-44

——— ‘Reconstructing the Carole, in Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society, On Common Ground 4, Reconstruction and Re-creation in Dance before 1850, Proceedings of the fourth DHDS Conference 29 March 2003, London, pp. 79-82.

——— The Carole: A Study of a Medieval Dance. Aldershot, Ashgate, 2011.

Munstedt, Peter A., John Playford, music publisher: a bibliographical catalogue, Ann Arbor, MI 1983 UMI, U. Kentucky dissertation, 1983.

Narducci, E. (editor/publisher), Li Nuptiali di Marco Antonio Altieri, republished Rome, 1995.

Nettl, Paul, The Story of Dance Music, Philosophical Library, New York, 1947.

Nevile, Jennifer, ‘Cavalieri’s Theatrical Ballo “O che nuovo miracolo”: A Reconstruction’, Dance Chronicle, Vol.22, No.1, 1998. On-line in 1998.

———Dance in early Tudor England: an Italian  connection?’ Early Music, May 1998, pp.239-244.

——— (editor), Dance, Spectacle, and the Body Politick, 1250-1750, Indian University Press, 2008.

———‘Dance and the Garden: Moving and Static Choreography in Renaissance Europe’ Renaissance Quarterly, vol. 52, no. 3, Autumn, 1999, pp. 805-836.

——— ‘Dance Steps and Music in the Gresley Manuscript’, Historical Dance, volume 3, number 6, 1999, pp.2-19.

——— ‘The Four misusre in Fifteenth-Century Italian Dance’, in Barbara Ravelhofer (ed.) Terpsichore 1450-1900 International Dance Conference Ghent, Belgium, 11-18 April 2000, Proceedings. In memory of Ingrid Brainard, The Institute for Historical Dance Practice, 2000, pp.1-6.

——— The Eloquent Body. Dance and Humanist Culture in Fifteenth-Century Italy, Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis, 2004.

——— ‘Dance and Identity in Fifteenth-Century Europe’, in A.Buckley and C.J.Cyrus (ed.), Music, Dance, and Society, 2011, pp.231-248.

Nevell, Richard, A Time to Dance American Country Dancing from Hornpipes to Hot Hash, New York, 1977.

Newall, Venetia, An Egg a Easter. A Folklore Study,  Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1971 reprinted 1976.

Newman, Joel, ed. Sixteenth Century Italian Dances, The Penn State Music Series, #12, 1966.

Nicoll, Allardyce, Stuart Masques and the Renaissance Stage, New York, Benjamin Blom, 1938, reprinted 1963.

Nixon, Sarah, ‘Looking like Death: dress and allegory at the bals de victime’, The Great Divide? The Impact of the French Revolution on Dance, Costume and Culture, Early Dance Circle, Proceeding of a Conference held at St Bride Institute, London, on 21 February 2004, pp.7-14.

Olsson, Dorothy J., ‘English measures and country dances: a comparison’, Society of Dance History Scholars. The myriad faces of dance: Proceedings, 8th annual conference, 1985. p. 156-164.

Padovan, Maurizio. Guglielmo Ebreo da Pesaro e la danza nelle corti italiane del XV secolo. Pisa: Pacini, 1990. p. [97]-110.

Page, Christopher, ‘German musicians and their instruments. A 14th-century account by Konrad of Megenberg’, Early Music, April 1982, pp.192-200.

——— The Owl and the Nightingale, Musical Life and Indeas in France 1100-1300, London, J.M. Dent& Sons Ltd., 1989.

Parnac, Valenine, Histoire de la danse, Bibliothêque générale illustrée, Paris, 1932.

Payne, Ian, The Almain in Britain, c. 15649-c.1675. A Dance Manual from Manuscript Sources, Ashgate Publishing Company, Aldershot Hampshire and Burlington, VT, 2003.

Peel, Barbara, Dancing and Social Assemblies in York in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, Guildford, Surrey National Resource Centre for Dance, University of Surry, 1986.

Pierce, Ken, ‘Dance Notation Systems in Late 17th-Century France’, Early Music, vol. 26, no. 2, May, 1998, pp. 286-299.

——— ‘Choreographic Structure in the Dances of Claude Balon’, Proceedings Society of Dance History Scholars, Society of Dance History Scholars, 2001, 101-104.

——— ‘Repeated step-sequences in early eighteenth century choreographies’, Structures and Metaphors in Baroque Dance: Proceedings of the Conference at the University of Surry Roehampton, March 31, 2001, Centre for Dance Research, University of Surrey, Roehampton, 2001, 52-59.

——— ‘Choreographic Structure in Dances by Dezais’, a paper I believe may have been presented at the Society of Dance History Scholars conference, 2008.

Petermann, Kurt (ed. and Forword), Taubert, Rechtschaffener Tanzmeister, Documenta Choreologica. Studienbibliothek zur Geschichte der Tanzkunst, Band XXII, 1. Heimeran Verlag München, 1976.

Pilling, Lillian and Julian, ‘The Rehabilitation of André Lorin’, Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society Journal, No.9, 1979, pp.21-25.

Pilling, Julian, ‘Butter'd Pease’, Historical Dance, Volume 2, Number 1, 1980-81, p.52.

——— ‘The dances of William Jones’, Historical Dance, Volume 2, Number 2, 1982, pp.30-37.

Plant, Gill, and Lillian Pleydell, ‘Lorin's introduction to his First Book of Contredances, with the dance Christchurch Bells’, Historical Dance, Volume 2, Number 2, 1982, pp. 3-13.

——— translator, ‘Book of the Contredance presented to the King by Andre Lorin, His Majesty’s Professor of Dancing’. On-line.

Playford, John, The English Dancing Master, 1651 ed.; reprint New York, Dance Horizons, 1933.

Pleydell, Lillian, ‘Some notes on the Christchurch Bells dances’. On line [n.d.].

——— Furioso: an analysis of a sixteenth century Italian social dance, [Great Britain, 1992?].

——— Il canario : a sixteenth century 'social' dance from Italy for one couple / translated and arranged by Lillian Pleydell, [Nelson, L. Pleydell, 1992?].

Porter, W. S.; Heffer, S; Heffer, A. B (editors), The Apted Book of Country Dances, 1966, reprint London, English Folkdance & Song Society, 1975.

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——— The Civil War Ballroom. A manual of Dance instruction. Massachusetts, 2001.

——— ‘Dancing and Fencing from the Renaissance through the Nineteenth Century: A Brief Overview of Issues’, in Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society, On Common Ground 4, Reconstruction and Re-creation in Dance before 1850, Proceedings of the fourth DHDS Conference 29 March 2003, London, pp.5-30.

Quirey, Belinda et al., May I have the Pleasure, British Broadcasting Corporation, London, 1976.

Raffé, W.G., Dictionary of the Dance, New York, A.S. Barnes and Company, London, Thomas Yoseloff Ltd., 1964.

Ralph, Richard, The Life and Works of John Weaver, London, 1985.

——— The life and works of John Weaver, New York, Dance Horizons, 1985.

——— and Jennifer Thorp, ‘Tomlinson, Kellom’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

——— and Moira Goff, ‘Essex, John’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

——— ‘Gallini, Giovanni’ and‘Weaver, John’ in International Encyclopedia of Dance, New York, 1998.

Ramsten, Märta, ed. The Polish Dance in Scandinavia and Poland, Ethnomusicological Studies, Svenkst visarkiv 17, Stockholm, 2003 proceedings of 2001 conference.

Ravelhofer, Barbara (editor), Louange de la Danse. B. de Montagut, Renaissance Texts from Manuscript, No.3, RTM Publications, Cambridge, 1999.

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