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Definition of Orchesography

Orchesography
Orchesography Or`che*sog"ra*phy, n. [Gr. ? dance + -graphy.] A treatise upon dancing. [R.]

Meaning of Orchesography from wikipedia

- Orchesography is an enhanced form of c****ography that includes details of the music to accompany the dance. Orchesography may also refer to: Orchesography...
- Orchesography is English new wave band Wang Chung's seventh studio album. It consists of the band's greatest hits re-recorded with the City of Prague...
- a greatest hits album with the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra titled Orchesography. Two EPs consisting of the orchestral versions and remixes were released...
- Chorégraphie (1700) was translated into English by John Weaver (as Orchesography. Or the Art of Dancing) (1706) and P. Siris (as The Art of Dancing)...
- Paris edition (1968: Broude Brothers) translated John Weaver: (1706) Orchesography (London) Raoul Auger Feuillet (1706) Recueil de contredanses (Paris)...
- about the tourdion in his work Orchésographie [fr; ca; de; hu; ja; ru] (Orchesography, pp. 49–57), published in 1589. Nearly all variations on the dance are...
- Feuillet's dance notation for a rigadoon by Isaac, first published in Orchesography or the Art of Dancing ... an Exact and Just Translation from the French...
- and Musicians. London: Macmillan. ISBN 0-333-23111-2. Thoinot Arbeau, Orchesography, transl. Mary S. Evans, ed. Julia Sutton (New York: Dover, 1967), pp...
- Label: Digitally Sound Records Formats: Digital download — — — — — Orchesography Released: May 10, 2019 Label: August Day Recordings Formats: CD, digital...
- Indiana University Press. ISBN 0-253-32795-4. Arbeau, Thoinot. 1967. Orchesography, translated by Mary Stewart Evans, with a new introduction and notes...
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