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European dance from the 1600s through the 1700s is known as baroque.
  • Baroque Dance and the Bach Cello Suites

    Displays an article about Bach Cello suites written by a Ceilist.

  • BaroqueDance.com

    Provides information on Baroque dance and Baroque dancers Paige Whitley-Bauge and Thomas Baird. With their project schedules.

  • Bath Minuet Company

    Dedicated to performing 18th-century dances portraying the architecture, visual arts, and music of the time.

  • Compagnie FĂȘtes Galantes

    Expands on the aspects of Baroque dance, with biography, shows, calendar, news, partnerships, and professional area. Alfortville, France.

  • Consort de Danse Baroque

    Performs and teaches historical dance, with workshops and summer school in Cardiff, Wales. Shares classes, performances, and schedule.

  • The Covent Garden Minuet Company

    Showcases photos of the 2005 ball with information on the classes offered and bookings for performances.

  • Dance and Music

    Highlights an article about the social etiquette and politics of dance, with descriptions of modish dance and figures and links to other related information.

  • Dance Instruction Manual: Baroque Dance

    Furnishes history of the dance, notation system, and notable choreographers and dance masters.

  • Matts Baroque Dance Pages

    Contains online resource about the dance with its origin, book translations, explanations, and e-mail contacts.

  • The New York Baroque Dance Company

    Contains historical information with details of performances. has repertory gallery and videos.

  • Seattle Early Dance

    Aims to promote the early dance with its history, performances, classes, reviews, and photo galleries.

  • Weaver's Books

    Features dance transcriptions from the books of John Weaver. With links to other related pages.

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