academie: Fwd: *WH* Caroso's "Il Ballarino" -Dance Manual Online
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Tue Jun 7 08:31:24 PDT 2005
--- Signora Sveva Lucciola <ladysveva at yahoo.com>
> Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2005 05:57:52 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Signora Sveva Lucciola <ladysveva at yahoo.com>
> Subject: *WH* Caroso's "Il Ballarino" -Dance Manual
> To: buckstonlist at windmastershill.org, PEARLS
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> Poster: Signora Sveva Lucciola <ladysveva at yahoo.com>
> As many of you are interested in dance, I thought I
> would pass along
> the information that Lady Clara Beaumont (I believe
> she resides in the
> Midrealm) has just finished a first-draft
> translation of Il Ballarino,
> Fabritio Carosos a dance manual published in Italy
> in 1581. It is
> considered "One of the most important period dance
> sources and one that
> has never been completely translated to English."
> This draft can be found at:
> Sveva Lucciola
> "If the world were merely seductive, that would be
> If it were merely challenging, that would be no
> But I arise in the morning torn between the desire
> to improve the world,
> and a desire to enjoy the world.
> This makes it hard to plan the day."
> ---e.b. white
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