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Notes: ‘The Loves of Mars and Venus’ ballet music of 1717 – another ‘lost’ score refound

Evelyn Nallen writes: Next week in Cambridge is a concert of the music from the very first ballet, ‘The Loves of Mars and Venus’ (1717), which like ‘Thelma’ was thought to be lost.

Much research has revealed that it was more misunderstood than lost. Dance scholar Dr Moira Goff and I have been recreating this seminal work and stage 1 of the project is a concert at The Fitzwilliam College Auditorium on Feb 18th
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YNyVGzI_Rw

Details of this performance: http://www.localsecrets.com/whatsondetails.cfm?id=2152703~the-loves-of-mars-and-venus-cambridge-cambridgeshire-fitzwilliam-college-auditorium

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