From Petipa to Balanchine: Classical Revival and the Modernization of Ballet
Routledge, 1994 - Počet stran: 167
In this rich interdisciplinary study Tim Scholl provides a provocative and timely re-evaluation of the development of ballet from the 1880s to the middle of the twentieth century. In the light of a thoughtful re-appraisal of dance classicism he locates the roots of modern ballet in the works of Marius Petipa, rather than in the much-celebrated choreographic experiements of Diaghilev's Ballet Russe.
Not only is this the first book to present nineteenth- and twentieth-century ballet as a continuous rather than broken tradition, From Petipa to Balanchine places works such as Sleeping Beauty, Les Sylphides, Apollo and Jewells in their proper cultural and artistic context.
The only English-language study to be based on the original Russian soures, this book will be essential reading for all dance scholars. Written in an engaging and elegant style it will also appeal to anyone interested in the history of ballet generally.
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This is an original and potentially controversial study of the evolution of modern ballet. Scholl (Russian studies, Oberlin Coll.) constructs a convincing argument that the choreography of George ... Přečíst celou recenzi
A Core Collection in Dance
Association of College and Research Libraries. Dance Librarians Committee
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