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Fanny Elsslerís Cachucha
Ann Hutchinson (ed); Felisa Victoria (il). The Spanish solo dance called the Cachucha created a furor when Fanny Elssler introduced it to Paris in 1836, & was danced by her all over Europe & in America until she retire in 1851. It represented the earthly side of ballet, in contrast to the spiritual side. After her retirement, the Cachucha was abandoned & forgotten. But Friedrick Zorn had recorded the choreography in his system of dance notation, & included it in his text book on ballet technique. In 1969 it was produced for the Vienna State Opera. This book contains a fully detailed score of the dance in Labanotation, together with a simplified verbal description & articles on its history & its reconstruction. illustrated.
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