This article analyses one of the performances realised in 1565 during the feasts for the meeting between king Charles IX, his mother Catherine de Médicis and his sister, Élisabethg, wife of Philip II of Spain, at Bayonne. Jean-Antoine de Baïf wrote the verses for the Mascarade de Monseigneur le duc de Longueville. This creation may be related to Baïf’s ideas about the union of the arts and to the birth of court ballet.

“'Inscriptions des arbres, des rochers et des pommes d’or': la danza segue il passo della poesia in Jean-Antoine de Baïf", in "Lumières et ombres de la Pléiade", dir. Rosanna Gorris Camos e Daniele Speziari, Atti della Giornata di Studio del Gruppo di Studio sul Cinquecento Francese, Università di Verona, dicembre 2021

Paola Martinuzzi
2022-01-01

Abstract

This article analyses one of the performances realised in 1565 during the feasts for the meeting between king Charles IX, his mother Catherine de Médicis and his sister, Élisabethg, wife of Philip II of Spain, at Bayonne. Jean-Antoine de Baïf wrote the verses for the Mascarade de Monseigneur le duc de Longueville. This creation may be related to Baïf’s ideas about the union of the arts and to the birth of court ballet.
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