The Simon and Schuster Book of the Ballet: A Complete Reference Guide, 1581 to the Present
Simon and Schuster, 1980 - Ballet - 323 pages
Most complete reference book on the social and cultural conditions of the four centuries that have produced this fascination form of theater.
23 pages matching Marius Petipa in this book
Results 1-3 of 23
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
academic American Ballet Angiolini Anna artistic ballerina Ballet Company Ballet in three Ballets Russes beautiful Bolshoi Theater Carla Fracci celebrated century characters chor Choreography Choreography and scenario classical composer court daughter deux Diaghilev Diaghilev's Russian Ballet divertissement dramatic dream Elssler entrees eography episode expressive fairy famous Fanny Cerrito Festival finally Frederick Ashton French George Balanchine girl Giselle grand Igor inspired Italian Jean Leonide Massine London magic Maria Taglioni Marius Petipa Maryinsky Theater Maurice Bejart Michael Fokine Milan Milloss mime Mime-ballet modern dance Moliere movement Noverre One-act ballet Opera House Paris Opera performed Perrot Petersburg plot Prince Principal dancers prologue Pulcinella Queen repertory revived Roland Petit romantic Rudolf Nureyev Saint-Leon Scala scene Scenery score Serge Lifar Sets and costumes solo spirit stage story Stravinsky style success Sylphide Symphony SYNOPSIS Tchaikovsky theatrical theme three acts tion tradition Vaslav Nijinsky Vigano wedding woman York City Ballet young