15 luglio 2001 - Cortile della
Circolo Pisano della Società
Pianist: Daniela Freschi
Costumes: Assunta Fanuli
The Schubertiana presented by the Circolo Pisano della Società di Danza
is a reconstruction of the social dance repertory of the early XIX Century
with the music by Franz Schubert.
The performance presents several pieces of romantic music and dance,
specifically referring to Schubert production.
We aim to reconstruct the idea of a Schubertiade, a
meeting of friends passionately fond of music, sing and dance.
The presented dances include the typical dances of the time, with scottish
dances (ecoissases), waltz, lšndler, an early XIX Century quadrille,
a minuet, typical XVIII Century couple dance, still in fashion at the
beginning of the XIX Century, entry marsch and the final galop.
Dance coreographies are reconstructed with philological accuracy on the
dance and step descriptions of the European dance and ball manuals of the
early XIX Century.
Dances are presented by couples of dancer with costumes of the period.
The program alternates dance, sing and solo piano pieces.
We present some lieder, significant and representative elements
of Franz Schubert production, based on J.W. Ghoethe poems.
Solo piano music pieces from the opera Rosamunde by Schubert are played by
Rosamunde - Ballet Music
|| Marsch - Op. 26, Entr'acte
||Waltz Op. 9, D 365 n. 1, 2, 3
||Ecossaises D 421, n. 1, 2, 5
Minuet D 335
Ecossaises D 781, n. 8, 10, 11
Waltz Op. 9, D 365 n. 12, 36, 33
||Ecossaises D 977, n. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6
Ländler||Ländler Op. 67 D 734, n. 8,
Op. 9 D 366 n. 4, 5
||Ecossaises Op. 18, D 145, n. 1, 4, 3
||German Dances D 973, n. 1, D 972, n. 2, D 796 n. 2
||Graz Galop, D 735, D 925