Dance Books, London: 1973. Softcover. Good condition. An attempt is made to define the development of ballet through the work of the choreographers and their colleagues and to give an account as well of those artists in this field whose influence has helped to create and change the various forms and styles of expressive dance. Includes an Index. ISBN: 0903102056.
Keywords: (Key Words: Ballet, Choreographers, Joan Lawson, Performing Arts, Expression, Dance, John Weaver, Igor Stravinsky, Leonide Massine, Mikhail Fokine, Serge Diaghilev, Sir Frederick Ashton, George Balanchine, England, Denmark, Russia)
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