Dance 5- Louis XIV - Dance 3/12/08 Louis XIV -best dancer...

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Dance 3/12/08 Louis XIV - best dancer -willing to take the reign of his mother -from then on he appeared in 30 ballets - stopped dancing at the age of 36 -Once he stumbled, he stopped, because the king made no mistake- failure is not acceptable -Louis followed the era of dancing where the men lifted the girl up -became king at age 5 but was not able to take over until much later -his mother later on died. -excellent ruler, great choreographer, great director, great in battle. Never wounded in battle He was great with his feet -he changed the way people dressed Added lace to people’s clothing Architecture and arts flourished under him -Palace of Versailles -Dance became refined- refinement -Even among nobility, stages became to be developed, which meant that dance became to be looking at people on stage -dance changed from me orienting myself so that everyone could see - Dance scores Writing the dance down so that people could read how to dance and do it. -thought that he was the
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2009 for the course PERFORMING GE cluster taught by Professor Winter during the Winter '08 term at UCLA.

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Dance 5- Louis XIV - Dance 3/12/08 Louis XIV -best dancer...

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