1. Music by Jean Baptiste Lully – Chaconne of Amadís(a lyric tragedy)
Dance composed by Anthony L’Abbé
(Choreographer and dancing master who came to London from France around 1699.L’Abbé became Royal Dancing Master on the accession of George I)

2. Chaconne for a Harlequin
Music attributed to Marc-Antoine Charpentier
Dance composed by F. Le Roussau (c. 1728)

Musicians: Robert Oliver (bass viol) and Andrea Oliver (baroque flute)
Keith’s costumes: Jane Woodhall

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