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Entry’, a neutral term which became fashionable towards the Caroline period, refers to the performance of a dance in any theatrical context. ‘Revels’ allude to the social part of masques, when disguised performers joined members of the audience for popular dances of the period before the spectacle ended. By ‘social dance’ I mean any kind of dance performed during a social gathering. ‘By ‘theatre dance’ I mean any kind of dance specially choreographed for the stage or a spectacle. ITALIAN AND SPANISH SOURCES FROM THE MID-SIXTEENTH TO THE EARLY SEVENTEENTH CENTURY The terms ‘mummery’ and moresca are strongly associated with spectacle under Henry VIII, who is usually credited with having introduced Italian fashions at the English court.

The mobility of individuals and contemporary references to foreign customs strongly suggest that polyglot, urban circles cultivated the Italian together with other dancing styles, and that court masques—in particular Jacobean ones—made use of it. ⁴¹ The earliest English choreographies for social dancing survive in the papers of the Gresleys of Drakelow, a ³⁷ Letter to Alice Carleton, 30 Dec. 1613. The transcription given in HS x. 541 is more accurate than that provided in McClure’s edition and has been adopted here.

Peter Walls suggests the passamezzi may have been English measures (328). ³¹ ‘Rispetto alla mia caligante vista, non hò potuto far sientifico giudЊ. da lontano: et mi sono rimesso in tutto et per tutto alli miei ssri. Colleghi’. OS i. 280; Sabol, trans. in 544. 24 Dance contained within it, might be confined to one end of a hall at the expense of disadvantageously positioned spectators, this dancing area was usually cleared in front of the stage right at the centre of the auditorium. Here, performers were not only visible from all sides, at times they must have approached frontrow viewers closely enough to be touched.

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