Schubert — Marche Militaire, D. 733, No. 1

First performed by Isadora circa 1909, the Marche was premiered in Paris at the Trocadero in June 1914 as a group work. A ten-year-old boy, Jean, danced the featured role marking the inauguration of Isadora's school at Bellevue.

Reconstructed versions by Hortense Kooluris, Anna Duncan and Riva Hoffman exist.

Videos

Title Date Dancers Full Dance? Notes
Duncan Dance Continuum 1995 Yes

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The Collection of Christy Cornell-Pape > Programs > Isadora Duncan Dancers — Nov 18, 1929

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