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Albion's Dance

British Ballet during the Second World War

by Karen Eliot

<p>When the Second World War broke out, ballet in Britain was only a few decades old. Few had imagined that it would establish roots in a nation long thought to be unresponsive to dance. Nevertheless, the war proved to be a boon for ballet ...

ISBN: 9780190622428

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Flame Flower

A Ballet

by Vivian Chepourkoff Hayes M.A., M.S. & Michael Chepourkoff

<p>Russian born artist Michael Chepourkoff wrote a script for a ballet, Flame Flower, while he was a graduate student at the University of California at Berkeley, California. He received his Master of Arts degree in art in May, 1933. He went on ...

ISBN: 1230002730509

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Seventeenth–Century Ballet A multi–art spectacle

An International Interdisciplinary Symposium

by Ivanna Spencer

This book contains a selection of research papers presented at the International Interdisciplinary Symposium “Seventeenth–century Ballet: a multi–art spectacle” which was held at King’s College London on 7 August 2010. The purpose of the ...

ISBN: 9781456881993

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The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Dance

by Lynsey McCulloch & Brandon Shaw

<p>Shakespeare's texts have a long and close relationship with many different types of dance, from dance forms referenced in the plays to adaptations across many genres today. With contributions from experienced and emerging scholars, this ...

ISBN: 9780190873493

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