Lady Jane

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  • Lady Jane
    • Overview
      • Flirtations with numerous girls
      • Contemporary social dance happening in background
    • Themes
      • Romantic ambience
      • Overly sexualised (courtly dancing)
      • Sense of intimacy with Anne
      • Sense of irony - secure with Lady Jane
    • Structure
      • Central couple bow to one another
      • The song claims that the man is Jane's servant so he provides her with his knee to sit on
      • Jane is then replaced with a more pushy woman 'Lady Ann', but Jane returns in the musical interlude
      • Jane then switches with 'Sweet Marie' but Jane returns when the full company joins together by holding hands
    • Movement
      • Her gestures and the way she moves with her arms crossed over her body suggests a modest demeanour


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