La Princesse d’Élide. (Annoté) (French Edition)
Classification Dewey : Seller Inventory R More information about this seller Contact this seller 1. Published by La princesse d'Elide et Tartuffe les trois premiers actes. Paris sd. From: LiBooks Carling, France. About this Item: La princesse d'Elide et Tartuffe les trois premiers actes. Condition: Bon. More information about this seller Contact this seller 2. From: Ferraguti service s.
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Condition: vg. Classiques Plon. More information about this seller Contact this seller 9. About this Item: Condition: New. Reprinted from edition. The book is printed in black and white. Illustrations if any are also in black and white. Sewn perfect bound for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft Cover. The content of this print on demand book has not been changed. Each page is checked manually before printing.
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A fine chromo-lithograph caricature of the great violinist, published in the English weekly magazine Vanity Fair on May 7, The portrait is by Sir Leslie Ward, known as "Spy," the most famous of the outstanding caricaturists who published in the magazine. Rough left edge, margins somewhat soiled, with a few stray marks extending into plate, else fine.
Leginska, Ethel. Autograph Letter. A rare letter from the important English-born American pianist, composer and conductor. On a picture postcard, writing about concerts: "The sympohny concerts in Ravenna will perform two Poems of mine for orchestra in January I arrive the 6th of September on the Leviathan Show all available items in this catalogue matching: Autograph Letter Classical Music.
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A very unusual original childhood photograph, where the great pianist is shown playing with dolls. Lifar, Serge. Signed Harcourt Photograph. Superb half-tone photograph, boldly signed by the choreographer and dancer in Diaghilev's Ballets Russes. Later, he became director of the Paris Opera Ballet and there created over 50 ballets, including the path-breaking "Icare" , which was written to be danced without music.
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Paris: Librairie Nouvelle - A. First edition. Title, pp. Boards moderately rubbed, small tear at rear joint, scattered light foxing, else fine. Wolffheim II, In Milan Carlo Blasis produced the text book The Code of Terpsichore Terpsichore was the Greek goddess of dance , a dance technique manual which includes many of the set exercises and steps that dancers still do in class today. It was Blasis who insisted on the 90 degree turnout from the hips.
Until then 45 degree turnout had been the norm. Carlo Blasis was born in Naples in and died in He studied dance in Milan with the great 18th-century teacher and choreographer Vigano and became the lead dancer in Milan. He also trained the most famous Italian dancers of the day, who went on to dance in St Petersburg, Paris and London, thereby spreading Blasis's influence throughout Europe. Whereas 18th-century dance looks unfamiliar to our eyes, the illustrations in Blasis's book look like 'ballet'.
His work laid the foundation for classical ballet in Russia and by extension ballet in the 20th century. The exercises and poses are familiar as part of every ballet class, from the child taking her first steps to the greatest ballerina. Tourne-hanche, wood probably elm , about A 'tourne-hanche', literally a hip turner, was device used by dancing masters in the 18th and 19th centuries to train their pupils' feet into the correct turned out position required by ballet and social dance.
The pupil stood on the semicircle with the heels against the raised straight edged and the hinged flanges were moved through the pegs until each foot was at the required angle to the leg. In the 18th century an angle of 45 degrees was acceptable but from the 19th century, an angle of 90 degrees was demanded for professionals, thus forming an angle of degrees across the heels.