Khon Mask Thailand Heritage The Ultimate Rare Collection Of Ramayana Dance Drama More 300 Color Illustrations To Describing The Meaning And Significance Of Khon Masks In Glorious Details

Author: Jack M. Clontz
Publisher: MOCA Bangkok Publishing
ISBN: 1783018720
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In the twentieth century, perhaps the best Western analogue to the Khōn masked
drama is the Ballets Russes, which as such is no longer extant as performing art
in spite of being of incomparable signi cance in the history of the arts in the
twentieth century. Initiated by Russian impresario Sergei Pavlovich Diaghilev in
Paris, the Ballets Russes was performed between 1909 and 1929. Although its
focus was on exquisite ballet dancing, the Ballets Russe yet became an
exemplar of the ...

Ballets Russes

Author: Andre Tubeuf
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ISBN: 9781614280149
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To turn the pages of this stunning book, which offers rare documents from the legendary Ballets Russes from 1911 to 1914 (Monte Carlo years), is to follow Diaghilev on his creative quest--a journey that continues to influence art, theater, ...

The Ultimate Art

Author: David Littlejohn
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520076099
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In 191 1, Diaghilev got Gabriele D'Annunzio, Claude Debussy, and Leon Bakst to
collaborate with Michel Fokine on another of his ballets. He persuaded Andre
Derain to work with two composers — Satie and Milhaud — as well as George
Balanchine, on a Ballets Russes creation of 1926. At no period before or since
have so many major visual artists been involved in theatrical production. Perhaps
the nearest comparable phenomena are the collaborations of Martha Graham
with ...

A Queer History Of The Ballet

Author: Peter Stoneley
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135872422
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Lambert's point seems to be that the ultimate truth of the Ballets Russes was
homosexuality, and that homosexual expression belonged only to the 1890s. As
a homosexual, Diaghilev could not – in Lambert'sview – also be Modern.
Lambert also impliesa contrastbetween a trulymanlyandauthentic creative act,
and homosexual imitation. He damns Diaghilev for his 'scrapbook methods', '
scrapbook taste', 'scrapbook ballets', and'scrapbook mentality'. Andyet,the
pastiche or 'scrapbook' ...

Modernism On Stage

Author: Juliet Bellow
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 135155803X
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The Ballets Russes and the Parisian Avant-Garde Juliet Bellow ... Instead, the
book presents in-depth analysis of a group of ballets chosen to stand for the
larger history of this phenomenon, taking advantage of the thematic and aesthetic
variety visible in Ballets Russes productions while also attending to ideas ...
Finally, it should be said that unlike much work written about the Ballets Russes,
this book pointedly does not posit Diaghilev as the ultimate arbiter of the troupe's
aesthetic.

Ballets Russes Style

Author: Mary E. Davis
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 186189757X
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... ultimate revue of art and fashion, a precise chronicle of the elegant life of our
day.27 The Gazette transcended the offerings of other periodicals in a number of
significant ways. First, the magazine engaged unlikely authors – novelist Marcel
Astruc, playwright Henri de Régnier, decorating authority Claude Roger-Marx
and art historian Jean-Louis Vaudoyer among them – to write on fashion and
style, thus elevating both topics. Its luxurious presentation likewise set the
magazine apart: ...

When Ballet Became French

Author: Ilyana Karthas
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773597816
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Levinson, on the other hand, believed that the value of dance lay in its physical
properties as “l'art plastique” and insisted on the centrality of form or ballet
technique. He demonstrated this through an examination of the aesthetic nature
of “old ballet” (“classic” ballet). Levinson's ultimate aim was to free modern ballet (
as presented via the Ballets Russes) from its dependency on decor and music (
something that future Opéra ballet director Serge Lifar also desired). Levinson
was ...

Behind The Scenes At The Ballets Russes

Author: Michael Meylac
Publisher: I.B.Tauris
ISBN: 1786722054
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... ultimate motivation for my collecting. A spiritual adventure, approaching
Nijinsky, encountering his images each day, I discover him – discover new
aspects through the facets of my fascination. The Nijinsky collection became a
passion. Each new piece – each drawing, painting, porcelain or lithograph
illuminated another nuance, multiplying the visual aspects of this artist – this man
who obviously was so many things to so many people. I John Neumeier Like a
tree, the art of ballet.

Rene Blum And The Ballets Russes

Author: Judith Chazin-Bennahum
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199830479
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In a sense, Bloch is the ultimate aesthete, judging all aspects of words and nature
with an eye to perfection. But Bloch's Judaism, however hidden, prevented him
from being accepted and welcomed by the parents of the protagonist, as if
Bloch's presence might infect the hero. Bloch also takes a fiercely positive view of
the contemporary writer Bergotte, who has not as yet succeeded in convincing
others of his great talent. Bergotte fills the hero with a joy “without comparison,
with his ...

Fashion

Author: DK
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
ISBN: 1409322416
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The Ultimate Book of Costume and Style DK. 1909– 1926 ORIENTALISM I n the
summer of 1909 the Ballets Russes (Russian Ballet), the company formed by
impresario Sergei Diaghilev, first performed in Paris with great success. Shows in
other European cities followed over the next 10 years and everywhere the bright
colours of the ballet's sets and costumes made a huge impact – “exotic” features
such as turbans and harem trousers were adapted for fashionable dressing.