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Dance History Final

QuestionAnswer
French Revolution, Evidence of Aristocratic learnings meant what? Death. No more high wigs, heels, panniers, or corsets
Effect of French Revolution on aristocracy and elitists? King and Queen were guillutined in public
Effect of French Revolution on Religion? Got rid of the clergy and the church
Effect of French Revolution on the arts? Money was dropped out of the arts
Who choreographed L Fille Mal Gardee (1789)? Jean Dauberval
What was L Fille Mal Gardee about? It reflected interest in common folk rather than gods. Women being able to do whatever they want
Why was L Fille Mal Gardee significant? Debuted just before the revolution and foretold the ethics behind it
Pierre Gardel (1787 – 1829) Became head of the Paris Opera in 1787 after his brother Maximillian and ran it for 40 years
Why was Pierre Gardel significant? Extremely politically conservative. Capitulated to the new regime by presenting ballets that were highly nationalistic
Post Revolutionary Dance Dance steps became simpler and choreography reflected the masses. Mythology gets replaced with revolutionary themed plots, citizens and “liberty” replace gods
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