Formed by Pierre Beauchamp, Pécour begins in 1671 in the ballet Psyché from Molière and Lully. Succeeding its Master, it is named type-setter of the ballets of the royal Académie of Music in 1687 and regulates many ballets for the Opera, the court and the college Louis-the-Large Jésuite .
Raoul-Auger Feuillet, which regards it as “the model of the most perfect dancers”, publishes some a hundred and twenty of its choreographies since 1700. Michel Gaudrau, dancer of the Academy of Music, will continue these publications of 1712 to 1721, continued by Jacques Dezais, another Master to be danced, until 1728.
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