Schubert — Grande March D. 819, No. 5 (Slow March)
Schubert — Grande March D. 819, No. 5
This dirge-like march is part of Schubert "Six Grandes Marches" and is scored for piano (four hands).
- Original choreography by: Isadora Duncan (1914)
Reconstructed by Hortense Kooluris.
The "Slow March", as it was often referred to, was created in 1914 during Isadora's year at Bellevue outside Paris. The resulting works represent a return to choreography following the tragic deaths of her children in 1913. Grande Marche (also known as Slow March or Tragic March) to music of Franz Schubert, is a monumental group dance, originally including six spectral figures flanking the lone soloist.
|Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company 2013-2014 Season Highlights||2014||No|
|Dances by Isadora: Grande Marche||2013||Natalia Brillante, Catherine Gallant, Loretta Thomas, Francesca Todesco||Yes|
|Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company Performance Highlights 2013||2013||No|
|Dances by Isadora: Grande March||2011||Marie Carstens, Catherine Gallant, Francesca Todesco||Yes|
|Duncan Dance Continuum||1995||Judith Ann Landon, Adrienne Ramm||Yes|
|Centenary Dance Company||1977-10-23||Lori Belilove, Jeanne Bresciani, Gemze de Lappe, Theda Detlor (Rosenbluth), Barbara Kane, Julia Keefer, Hortense Kooluris, Judith Ann Landon, Julia Levien, Adrienne Ramm, Children from Joan Westphal's company||Yes|