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Collection of the newest cotillions and country dances.

Collection of the newest cotillions and country dances.

To which is added, a variety of modern songs. : Also, rules for conversation and instances of ill manners: to be carefully avoided by both sexes.

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Published by Printed and sold [by Isaiah Thomas & Son] at Worcester (Massachusetts.) in [Worcester, Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Etiquette.,
  • Dance.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 37202.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination36 p.
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14568744M

    |a By the itinerant dancing master John Griffiths and first published in his A collection of the newest cotillions, and country dances, Northampton, Mass., (Evans ). See Keller, Kate Van Winkle. The manual provides nine figures for the cotillon, a precursor to the quadrille consisting of a series of figures known as changes that were performed alternately with the cotillon figure. The manual also gives the figures for seventy-nine English country dances, a popular group dance performed by a column of men facing a column of women.

    About this Book Catalog Record Details. For the year , 9 cotillions, 6 allmands, 4 country dances View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Market Lass first appeared in The New Collection of Country Dances by John Burbank, published in Brookfield, MA in We have been enjoying this dance for many months now, and want to share it. We first found dance instructions for the colonial dance “Market Lass” in a book written by Ralph Page (the “dean of contra dance callers”), Heritage Dances of Early .

    Collection of the Newest and Most Fashionable Country Dances and Cotillions: AI-A: Griffiths CD, A Collection of the Newest Cotillions and Country Dances: AI-A: Griffiths CD, Quatre Marches, Huit Allemandes de Differens Maitres: IC-G: Grosheim March, The Grub-Street Opera: BA-E: Grub ,   Country dances were very popular at the time of the American Revolution, and at around this same time the French, who were allied with the Americans in the war, introduced a type of dance called the “cotillion,” which is one of the predecessors of our square dance. John Carr published his “First Book of Cotillions” in


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A collection of the newest and most fashionable country dances and cotillions. by: Griffiths, John, dancing master. Published: () Collection of the newest cotillions and country dances. To which is added, a variety of modern songs.: Also, rules for conversation and instances of ill manners: to be carefully avoided by both sexes.

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Get this from a library. A collection of the newest and most fashionable country dances and cotillions. [John Griffiths, dancing master.] The earliest known book of dances published in America.

The only known copy, held by the Rhode Island Historical Society, is. Get this from a library. A collection of the newest and most fashionable country dances and cotillions.

[John Griffiths, dancing master.] The earliest known book of dances published in America. The only known copy, held by the Rhode Island Historical Society, is. Image 2 of The gentleman & lady's companion containing the newest cotillions and country dances, to Gentleman and lady's companion GVG4 Office 24 IGib.

Contributor: Printed by J. Trumbull - American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress). The Dancer's Instructor, Containing a Collection of the Newest Cotillions and Country Dances: J.W., Keene: J The Scholars Companion, Containing A Choice Collection of Cotillions and Country Dances: M.J.C.

Fraisier, J The Wampum Belt: James Hewitt: J The Sky Lark: or Gentlemen & Ladies' Complete Songster, Isiah Thomas. A Collection of Country Dances and Cotillions arranged for the piano forte ; never before published, to be continued monthley Created / Publishedmonographic.

published and sold by G. Graupner, at his music store, No. 6 Franklin Street, [?]. Subject Headings. The c Book 3 includes a Cotillion called La 've animated an arrangement of the version Longman & Broderip published in their Book the VI, Twenty Four New was said to be a popular Cotillion amongst the dancers at Bath.

Campbell's version is almost identical to that of Longman (the bass line differs), so he wasn't the first to publish this dance. The scholars companion: containing a choice collection of cotillons & country-dances Although the title of this manual would indicate a collection of cotillons (figure dances usually performed by four couples), the dances are, in fact, English country dances, performed by a column of.

The Young Widow is an American Country Dance devised by John Griffiths and published in as part of "A Collection of the newest and most fashionable Country Dances and Cotillions", the first.

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Collection of the newest cotillions and country dances To which is added, a variety of modern songs. Publisher: S.l.

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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. A collection of the newest and most fashionable country dances and cotillions.

[electronic resource] in SearchWorks catalog. Figures for country dances, several set to tunes called "waltz" or "reel," and 7 cotillions selected from Griffiths' Northampton issue ofand a shortened version of his "Instances of Ill Manners," This collection seems to be derived from almost every dance book printed in the past 15 years, including some English ones (see pgs.

[Three lines from II. Samuel] by: Griffiths, John, dancing master. Published: () A collection of the newest cotillions, and country dances; by: Griffiths, John, dancing master.

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Get this book in print With Illustrative Notes and a Bibliography of English Country Dance Music. Frank Kidson. W. Reeves, - Country-dances (Music) - 55 pages. 0 Reviews.Bray: Dance Collection: Feuillet: Chorégraphie (Paris, 2nd Ed) Pemberton: An Essay for the Further Improvement of Dancing (London) Roberts: The Art of Dancing: A Poem (London) Walsh: Second Collection of Thirty New and Choice Country Dances (London) Tomlinson: The Art of Dancing (London) Walsh: Caledonian.Title: The gentleman & lady's companion; containing, the newest cotillions and country dances; to which is added, instances of ill manners, to be carefully avoided by youth of both sexes.

Summary: Training manual on dances and etiquette. Created/Published; J. Trumbull in Notes: Pages to Review: Title Page The first chapter page (type in 3) Pages 4 to 6.