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0000 0001 1691 9212
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Weaver, John
Weaver, John ((dancer))
Weaver, John (Mr)
Dates: 
1673-1760
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Feuillet, Raoul Auger (1660?-1710)
Francis Longe Collection (Library of Congress)
Isaac, Mr
Ralph, Richard
Roger, M.
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Anatomical and mechanical lectures upon dancing. Wherein rules and institutions for that art are laid down and demonstrated.
Anatomical and mechanical lectures upon dancing wherein rules and institutions for that art are laid down and demostrated; as they were read at the Academy in Chancery Lane
Art of dancing by characters and demonstrative figures
Chorégraphie ou L'art de décrire la dance, par caractères, figures et signes démonstratifs
Chorégraphie, ou L'art de décrire la dance par caracteres, figures et signes desmonstratifs.
collection of ball-dances perform'd at court: viz. the Richmond, the roundeau, the rigadoon, the favourite, the Spanheim, and the Britannia., A
essays towards an history of dancing, in which the whole art and its various excellencies are in some measure explain'd. Containing the several sorts of dancing, antique and modern, serious, scenical, grotesque ..., An
history of the mimes and pantomimes, 1728:, The
history of the mimes and pantomimes, with an historical account of several performers in dancing, living in the time of the Roman emperors. To which will be added, A list of the modern entertainments that have been exhibited on the English stage, either in imitation of the ancient pantomimes, or after the manner of the modern Italians; when and where first performed, and by whom composed., The
history of the mimes and pantomimes, with an historical account of several performers in dancing ... To which will be added, a list of the modern entertainments that have been exhibited on the English stage ... By John Weaver, The
judgement of Paris. a dramatic entertainment in dancing and singing, after the manner of the ancient Greeks and Romans. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The words by Mr. Congreve. Set to musick by Mr. Seedo. Compos'd by J. Weaver, dancing-master., The
life and works of John Weaver, The : an account of his life, writings and theatrical productions, with an annotated reprint of his complete publications
Orchesography; or, The art of dancing by characters and demonstrative figures. Wherein the whole art is explain'd; with compleat tables of all steps us'd in dancing, and rules for the motions of the arms, &c. Whereby any person (who understands dancing) may of himself learn all manner of dances.
Perseus and Andromeda. With The rape of Colombine; or, The flying lovers. In five interludes; three serious, and two comic.
small treatise of time and cadence in dancing, reduc'd to an easy and exact method. Shewing how steps, and their movements, agree with the notes, and division of notes, in each measure. By John Weaver, dancing-master., A
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