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Author (real name):
Eugène Coulon
Title:
The Ball-Room Polka, Polka Cotillon, and valse à deux tems
Language:
English
Id:
coulon_1844
Added to database:
March 15, 2015
Source:
english.bib:6399
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1844
Publisher:
David Bogue
Place of publication:
London
Keywords:
dance description, polka, cotillon: 19th century, waltz, waltz: deux temps, quadrille, quadrille: caledonians, quadrille: first set, quadrille: lancers, circle, spanish dance, galop, mazurka, polonaise, folk dance
URL:
Note:
Pages 15, 16 are missing in Richard Powers copy

Author (real name):
Eugène Coulon, Louis-Antoine Jullien
Title:
The Favorite Mazurka Quadrilles with Figures
Language:
English
Id:
coulon_1850_mazurka_blake
Added to database:
October 31, 2015
Source:
american.bib:3984
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1850?
Publisher:
George E. Blake
Place of publication:
Philadelphia
Series:
Blake's New Edition of the Most Admired Schottisches, Mazurkas and Other Popular Fancy Dances
Serial number:
8
Keywords:
music, dance description, dance description: short, quadrille, mazurka
URL:
Note:
Dated by the library

Author (real name):
Eugène Coulon
Title:
The Warsaw Varsoviana with a Correct Description of the Figure
Language:
English
Id:
coulon_1850
Added to database:
November 18, 2013
Source:
_problems.bib:0048
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1850–1855?
Publisher:
Louis-Antoine Jullien
Place of publication:
London
Keywords:
not digitized
Transcription:
/books/coulon_1850/transcription

Author (real name):
Louis-Antoine Jullien, Eugène Coulon
Title:
Original Gorlitza Arranged for the Piano Forte
Language:
English
Id:
jullien_1851_ditson
Added to database:
March 22, 2015
Source:
american.bib:4118
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1851?
Publisher:
Oliver Ditson
Place of publication:
Boston
Keywords:
dance description, dance description: short, music, sequence, polka-mazurka
URL:

Author (real name):
Eugène Coulon, John C. Scherpf
Title:
Pop Goes the Weasel. The New Dance Lately Introduces at Her Majesty's and Nobilities Balls. With a Full Description of the Figures
Language:
English
Id:
coulon_1853_pop
Added to database:
June 25, 2015
Source:
american.bib:4344
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1853
Publisher:
Samuel C. Jollie
Place of publication:
New York
Keywords:
music, dance description, longway, longway: pop goes the weasel
URL:
Note:
Original is from the Lester S. Levy Collection of Sheet Music, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University. Due to a programming error the item is marked as unavailable on the library website. Use the first link to grab it

Author (real name):
Eugène Coulon
Title:
Coulon's Hand-book; Containing All the Last New and Fashionable Dances. Dedicated to His Pupils
Language:
English
Id:
coulon_1860
Added to database:
April 21, 2012
Source:
english.bib:6961
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1860?
Publisher:
Jullien & Company
Place of publication:
London
Edition:
3
URL:
Note:
Dated 1860 by the library

Author (real name):
Eugène Coulon
Title:
Coulon's Hand-book Containing All the Last New and Fashionable Dances, and also Some Important Remarks on Dancing & Deportment. Dedicated to His Pupils
Language:
English
Id:
coulon_1873
Added to database:
April 21, 2012
Source:
english.bib:7174
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1873?
Publisher:
A. Hammond & Company
Place of publication:
London
URL:
Note:
Annotated as “new edition” in preface, but edition number is unknown. Dated 1873 by the library, based on unknown proofs

Author (real name):
Eugène Coulon
Title:
Coulon's Hand-book. New Edition, Containing All the Last New and Fashionable Dances, and Also Some Important Remarks on Dancing and Deportment
Language:
English
Id:
coulon_1880
Added to database:
November 17, 2015
Source:
english.bib:7245
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1880–1890?
Publisher:
A. Hammond & Company
Place of publication:
London
URL:
Note:
Marked as “new edition”, but edition number is unknown. Reissue of [Coulon, 1873?]. Slow waltz, boston and “Le Polo” quadrilles were added, some old dances removed. It's not clear if Coulon really participated in publishing, since “slow waltz” description is very brief and different significantly from “valse à deux temps” descriptions, which was copied from earlier Coulon's books

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