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Making a Ballet: The Choreographer Speaks

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Making a Ballet is a survey of the processes which bring a ballet to the stage; it successfully dispels much of the mystique that surrounds what is a hard-learned and very arduous craft. A historical introduction describes something of the collaborations and creativity that made the nineteenth century ballet. Then Mary Clarke and Clement Crisp, through the direct testimony of a distinguished gallery of choreographers, dancers, musicians and painters, examine the varying elements that are combined in twentieth century ballet ...

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Making a Ballet: The Choreographer Speaks
2010, Faber & Faber, London

ISBN-13: 9780571259632


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