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Born: c1535 - Milan, Italy
Died: after 1604 - Milan, Italy

If in his own time Cesare Negri was not the most famous dancing-master in Europe, he may assume that role in retrospect. We must trust his own words for much of the documentation of his life, but the first part of his massive 1602 dancing treatise contains an extremely detailed account of his life and career from 1565 until that date. Though most of his life was…

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  • The Oxford University Early Music Society recorded some very nice renditions from [url=http://www.discogs.com/Cesare-Negri-Le-Gratie-DAmore-1602/release/6071080]Le Gratie D'Amore (1602)[/url] but unfortunately they are very obscure.
  • I tried to dance Lo Spagnoletto with my girlfriend. I advise everyone! A lot of positive emotions http://joannaandmurray.homemail.com.au/Dances.html

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