“Choregraphie Antique, the dance history ensemble of Goucher college makes history come alive by performing ballroom dances of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth century.
Dancers dressed in beautiful costumes perform vintage dances recapturing the elegance of courtly french menuets, bourrees, allemands, and lively english country dances of that americans love to dance in eighteenth century america.
Elegant and refined quadrilles, waltzes, polkas, country dances, gallopades to lilting melodies of the nineteenth century are contrasted to revolutionary racy dances of the one-step, argentine tango, brazilian maxixe, grizzly bear, turkey trot, kangaroo hop, lame duck, duck waddle, and the crab to ragtime tunes of 1890-1914 era. …”
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Category: Early Dance
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