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Reminiscences of the Russian ballet

Alexandre Benois

Reminiscences of the Russian ballet

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Published by Putnam in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ballet

  • Edition Notes

    Illustrated lining-papers.

    Statementby Alexandre Benois.
    ContributionsBritnieva, Mary,
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 414 p. front., plates, ports.
    Number of Pages414
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14772160M

    RAYMONDA - The Authorized Bolshoi Ballet Book Yuri Grigorovich and Victor V. Vanslow, REMINISCENCES OF THE RUSSIAN BALLET Alexandre Benois, ROMEO AND JULIET - The Authorized Bolshoi Ballet Book Yuri Grigorovich and Alexander Demidov, ROYAL BALLET, THE - Images Johan Persson, ROYAL BALLET, THE - A Picture History. Solo recitals of viola music are constrained by the paucity of repertory for the instrument. Players have to depend almost exclusively on arrangements, which makes this disc by the Russian violist and conductor Yuri Bashmet a bit puzzling. It consists of a hodgepodge of pieces 6/ 9 sept. - Réminiscences de ces beaux contes russes qui bercèrent mes nuits d'antan.   The next group is all about Balanchine and NYCB dance culture. And finally, Plisetskaya's book deals with the post-revolution, Stalinist period at the Russian ballet. Edited February 8, .


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An exciting, wonderfully researched look onstage and backstage at the Russian Ballet between and The story is built on a framework of famous ballets by such celebrated choreographers as Charles Didelot, Filippo Taglioni, Jules Perrot, Arthur Saint-Leon, Marius Petipa and Mikhail Fokine.

Onto this framework are placed eyewitness accounts and criticisms, including biographies of. LESSONS IN CLASSICAL BALLET Vera Kostrovitskaya, STORIES OF THE GREAT BALLETS George Balanchine and Francis Mason, A CAMERA AT THE BALLET - Pioneer Dancers of the Royal Ballet Gordon Anthony, A CENTURY OF RUSSIAN BALLET - Desk Diary Jeremy Noble, A DANCER'S WORLD Margot Fonteyn, A HISTORY OF RUSSIAN BALLET.

Translated from the Russian. "This book is based on a dozen printed ballet libretti"--Introd. Reminiscences of the Russian ballet.

Translated by Mary Britnieva. New York, Da Capo Press, xiv, p., [17] leaves of plates. illus. 23 cm. Da Capo series in dance. Translation of Vospominaniia o balete. Reprint of the ed. The Saint Petersburg Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre (The Big Stone Theatre of Saint Petersburg, Russian: Большой Каменный Театр) was a theatre in Saint Petersburg.

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It is in the closing. The Bolshoi Theatre held special significance for Benois, an artist well-known for his love of the stage.

The theatre was redesigned by his maternal grandfather Alberto Cavos, a project that took ten years to complete. Benois chose to illustrate this particular image on the frontispiece of his book Reminiscences of the Russian Ballet (London.

"A Century of Russian Ballet" brings its readers as close as written records can to the realities of being a student, dancer, choreographer or critic in Russia, from the period to It is built on a framework of famous ballets (translations of the printed libretti of which are included) by such celebrated choreographers as Charles Didelot, Filippo Taglioni, Jules Perrot, Arthur Saint 5/5(1).

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Prince Serge Wolkonsky ( - ) was an influential Russian theatrical worker, one of the first Russian proponents of eurhythmics, pupil and friend of Émile Jaques-Dalcroze, and creator of an original system of actor's training that included both expressive gesture and expressive Wolkonsky became Director of the Imperial Theatres, the post for which he is most : Prince Serge Wolkonsky.

Moscow's Bolshoi Ballet, which brought fame to Galina Ulanova, Maya Plisetskaya, and V. Gordeyev, and the Kirov Ballet (since the St.

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As a designer for the "Ballets Russes" under Sergei Diaghilev, Benois exerted what is considered a seminal influence on the modern ballet and stage design. Sergei Prokofiev was a bold innovator who eschewed the beaten path in art all his life, often in defiance of orthodox tastes.

His compositions, many of which are today recognized masterpieces of musical art, usually evoked either genuine bewilderment or sharp criticism when first iev's music is performed today all over the world; his works are studied at music schools. Author's Name: Shirley Goulden. Publisher: Follett Publishing Co.

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Written from a series of intellectual conversations, disguised as interviews, which the author, Solomon Volkov, had with George Balanchine shortly before Balanchine's death inthe book is also a profound exegesis on the work of the great choreographer, especially on how music -- Russian music -- informed everything he did/5.

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Making best use of the legion of distinguished artists and performers who have worked with the NYCB, editor Christopher Ramsey has included. However, Feo’s friend Ilya adores dancing and the Russian ballet, and so ballet also has its place in this otherwise wolf-centric book.

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Mary Britnieva (; reprint,London: Putnam, ), [iv] Virginia Zucchi had already garnered much attention from the St Petersburg media simply for coming to Russia; until her arrival inan Italian ballerina had not been seen in St. Petersburg for almost twenty years. Bibliography. Petipa, Marius, Russian Ballet Master: The Memoirs of Marius ated ed.

by Helen Whittaker, introduction and edited by Lillian Moore. London, UK: Dance Books Ltd () Petipa, Marius () Мариус Петипа. Материалы. Prokofiev’s Romeo and Julietis the quintessential modern Russian ballet and its searing romance and passion have inspired many arrangers.

Vadim Borisovsky (–), violist of the legendary Beethoven Quartet, friend of Prokofiev, teacher of Yuri Bashmet and regarded by many as the father of modern Russian viola playing, Reminiscences.

On stage, they wowed audiences and scaled the heights of artistry. Offstage, some of the world’s greatest ballet dancers and choreographers descended into Author: Dalya Alberge. MELONIE BUCHANAN MURRAY is a scholar and an artist, a professor and a choreographer.

Currently associate professor and ballet program coordinator in the School of Dance at the University of Utah, Melonie Buchanan Murray holds a B.F.A.

in ballet from Friends University and an M.F.A. in dance from the University of California, : Melonie Buchanan Murray.A Century of Russian Ballet brings its readers as close as written records can to the realities of being a student, dancer, choreographer, or critic, in Russia from the period to It is built on a framework of famous ballets (translations of the printed libretti of which are included) by such celebrated choreographers as Charles Didelot, Filippo Taglioni, Jules Perrot, Arthur Saint.The Little Humpbacked Horse was one of a few ballets in the Imperial Ballet’s repertoire that boasted a truly Russian subject.

Originally created by Arthur Saint-Léon and Cesare Pugni, the ballet has been the subject of studies that rightfully link it to the politics and socio-cultural climate of the time.