Schubert — Grande March D. 819, No. 5 (Slow March)

Reconstructed by Hortense Kooluris.

The "Slow March", as it was often referred to, was created in 1914 during Isadora's year at Bellevue outside Paris. The resulting works represent a return to choreography following the tragic deaths of her children in 1913. Grande Marche (also known as Slow March or Tragic March) to music of Franz Schubert, is a monumental group dance, originally including six spectral figures flanking the lone soloist.

Videos

Title Date Dancers Full Dance? Notes
Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company 2013-2014 Season Highlights 2014 No
Dances by Isadora: Grande Marche 2013 Natalia Brillante, Catherine Gallant, Loretta Thomas, Francesca Todesco Yes
Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company Performance Highlights 2013 2013 No
Dances by Isadora: Grande March 2011 Marie Carstens, Catherine Gallant, Francesca Todesco Yes
Duncan Dance Continuum 1995 Judith Ann Landon, Adrienne Ramm Yes
Centenary Dance Company 1977-10-23 Lori Belilove, Jeanne Bresciani, Gemze de Lappe, Theda Detlor (Rosenbluth), Barbara Kane, Julia Keefer, Hortense Kooluris, Judith Ann Landon, Julia Levien, Adrienne Ramm, Children from Joan Westphal's company Yes

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The Collection of Christy Cornell-Pape > Programs > Isadora Duncan Dancers — Irma Duncan — — Dec 05, 1929

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