orchesography

orchesography

(ˌɔːkɪˈsɒɡrəfɪ)
n, pl -phies
(Dancing) a written study of dancing

orchesography

choreography. Also orchesis, orchestics.
See also: Dancing
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John Weaver published a translation of Feuillet's treatise under the title Orchesography.
Though only slightly changed from the last century, these terms are markedly different from those used in Arbeau's Orchesography.
Paris, 1700; R/New York, 1968; 2/1701; R/Bologna, 1970); John Weaver, Orchesography (London, 1706; R/Farnborough, 1971); Siris, The Art of Dancing; Gottfried Taubert, Rechtschaffener Tantzmeister (Leipzig, 1717; R/Munich, 1976).