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The Middle Eastern Influence on Late Medieval Italian Dances

Origins of the 29987 Istampittas (Studies in Dance, V. 2)
  • 153 Pages
  • 0.36 MB
  • English
Edwin Mellen Pr
500-1400, Dance music, Estampies, History and criticism, Italy, Middle Eastern influences,
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10971844M
ISBN 10077347742X
ISBN 139780773477421

This work focuses on eight of the dances, the ‘istampittas,’ linked etymologically to the ‘estampie,’ a French dance, whose origins are here examined with an eye toward Italian and French music and civilization, as well as the music and society of the Arabs.

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