Gluck — Iphigenie en Aulide, Allegretto-Menuetto-Andante-Passe Pied-Air Gai (The Maidens see the Greek fleet in the distance and dance for joy of the sight)
- Suite: Iphigenie
Gluck — Iphigenie en Aulide, Allegretto-Menuetto-Andante-Passe Pied-Air Gai
The precise identification of these pieces is unknown; however, they are consistently listed with the above tempo markings in Isadora's programs.
- Original choreography by: Isadora Duncan
This lively dance is often performed as a duet and the movement closely resembles the Gavotte from the English Suite No. 3 of Bach. Dancers criss-cross the stage along strong diagonals and find each other for the ensuing duet.
The Allegretto is a playful dance by the Maidens of Chalcis. Looking back two dancers playfully cross diagonally across the stage as though playing a game of dare and then share moments of delightful dancing together.
|Duncan Dance Continuum
|Judith Ann Landon, Adrienne Ramm
|Scriabin's 'Mother', Chopin Slow Mazurka, Gluck 'Gracieux' and Allegretto
|Janice Blaisdell, Jane Apostol
|Gluck's Gavotte (Harvest Dance) and Allegretto, S.F. Duncan Dancers
|Mary Sano, Janice Blaisdell