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Moseley, Monica

Overview
Works: 79 works in 82 publications in 1 language and 88 library holdings
Genres: Filmed performances 
Roles: Interviewer, Photographer, Performer, Speaker, Costume designer, Moderator, Editor
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City Center Joffrey Ballet by Nancy Goldner ( Book )
1 edition published in 1967 in English and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Interview with Herbert Migdoll by Herbert Migdoll ( Recording )
2 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Mr. Migdoll recounts meeting Gerald Arpino; describes the 1965 Robert Joffrey Ballet season at the Rebekah Harkness Foundation Dance Festival at the Delacorte Theater in New York City's Central Park; discusses Edwin Denby; his own attraction to the Joffrey company and its repertory; Arpino's ballet Viva Vivaldi!; the dancing of Robert Blankshine and Luis Fuente; covertly photographing Joffrey Ballet performances at City Center; combining graphic design with photography; the Robert Joffrey Ballet tour to the Harper Theater in Chicago; Lotte Goslar's choreography Charivari; aesthetics in dance photography; craftsmanship in dance photography; time-lapse dance photography; his training in the visual arts at Cooper Union; working at New York's Museum of Modern Art; Alexander Ewing; Isadora Bennett; Massine's ballet Parade; Jooss' choreography The green table; critics' reactions to Arpino's choreography; Meredith Monk; Twyla Tharp; Joffrey's ballet Astarte; dancer Trinette Singleton; Mr. Fuente performing the role of the profiteer in Parade; and compares Fuente's dancing with that of Mikhail Baryshnikov
Interview with Frederic Franklin by Frederic Franklin ( Recording )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Cassette 28 side A (ca. 38 min.). Recording begins after approximately four mins. Franklin continues to speak about the racism Wilkinson encountered on tour; his first encounter with anorexia in a dancer; differences in the technical requirements of ballet dancers at that time compared to the present; Denham's rules about the dancers' offstage appearance; performing in Denver and in Tulsa; more on the effect of the union on the company; Markova's contract with Lucia Chase as a precedent for other dancers; the company and income taxes. [Ends abruptly.]
Recent ruins ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1979 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Disc 1: Acts I and II of production, without film sequences of Ellis Island that were part of the usual performances. Ellis Island film sequences that were a part of this production can be seen on *MGZIDVD 5-6571
Interview with Frederic Franklin by Frederic Franklin ( Recording )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Cassette 30 side A (ca. 21 min.). Franklin continues speaking about the performance at the Metropolitan Opera; the financial aspects of dancing for the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo; rejoining the company in 1954 after the failure of the Slavenska-Franklin Ballet; Danilova's devotion to the classes of Lubov [Nikolaevna] Egorova; Danilova's marriages to [Giuseppe] Massara and [Kazmir] Kokich and her subsequent problems in becoming a U.S. citizen
Interview with Frederic Franklin by Frederic Franklin ( Recording )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Cassette 14, side B (ca. 38 min.). Franklin speaks about Danilova's ballet Paquita [after Marius Petipa; premiered in New York City in 1949]; John Martin's review of Danilova's solo; the costumes by [Antonio] Castillo; comments on photographs of the ballet, including a production by the Washington National Ballet [now the Washington Ballet]; various stagings of the ballet in the U.S.; the choregraphy; Anton Dolin's ballet Pas de deux for four; circumstances of the creation of the original version by Keith Lester for the Markova-Dolin Company; the cast [as performed by the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo?]; tells an anecdote about Anna Pavlova, Felia Doubrovska, and the ballet Giselle; more on Pas de deux for four, including Dolin's complete rechoreographing of the ballet, at Jacob's Pillow; Alicia Markova's initial reluctance to dance in the ballet; Markova as a dancer; Dolin's staging; Dolin's failure to credit Lester for the idea of the ballet; Lester as a dancer; tells anecdotes regarding other productions of the ballet, including the rivalry among the ballerinas in a production at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City; the performance by Franklin and other male dancers of the female roles at a gala with the Washington National Ballet. [Ends abruptly.]
Raw recital by Monica Moseley ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1970 and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Quarry, an opera in 3 movements ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1976 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Interview with Frederic Franklin by Frederic Franklin ( Recording )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Cassette 24 side A (ca. 38 min.). Franklin continues to comment on photographs of the ballet Streetcar named desire; speaks about Ruth Page and Bentley Stone's ballet Frankie and Johnny, including Page's direction of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo's production, the characters in the ballet, and the choreography; performance anecdotes; the company's loss of the right to perform the ballet; comments on photographs of Frankie and Johnny; Page's ballet Billy Sunday, including Page's explanation of the story of the ballet and of his and Alexandra Danilova's roles [Valrene Tweedie arrives and speaks with Franklin, et al.; short gap]; Franklin continues to speak about Billy Sunday, including his and Danilova's roles; begins to speak about the score. [Ends abruptly.]
Interview with Frederic Franklin by Frederic Franklin ( Recording )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Cassette 35, side A (ca. 50 min.). The recording includes Frederic Franklin?s comments made in reference to selections from the correspondence files of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. Franklin speaks about the artistic direction of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo including the lack of an artistic director after Leonide Massine?s departure and Sergei Denham?s eventual taking over of this function; the company?s almost constant financial troubles after World War II; the rigorous touring schedule; his feelings about the company?s close; the effect of the creation of Ballet Theatre [later, American Ballet Theatre] on the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo; the conductor Franz Allers; the dancers Leila Crabtree and Tatiana Chamié; the costume designer Barbara Karinska, including his first meeting her in Monte Carlo; the patrons Henry and Esther Clifford; the dancer Tatiana Riabouchinska; the patron Dorothy Chadwick [ends abruptly]
Interview with Frederic Franklin by Frederic Franklin ( Recording )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Cassette 6, side B (ca. 21 min.). Franklin continues speaking about Etude; Nijinska's departure from the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo; comments on photographs of Etude; Nijinska's work for other companies including the Ballets Russes [of Serge Diaghilev] and their revivals; donation of Nijinska's papers to the Library of Congress; ballets to be discussed at the next session
Mozart, Moliere, and Cupid; Sweden's Drottningholm Court Theatre is a living museum of eighteenth century arts by Monica Moseley ( )
1 edition published in 1966 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Our lady of late ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1973 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Performance of Our Lady of Late
Interview with Frederic Franklin by Frederic Franklin ( Recording )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Cassette 4 , side B, 04/26/00 (ca. 35 min.). Franklin speaks about the dancers Paula Tennyson and Lubov Roudenko; George Balanchine's ballet Concerto barocco, including the lack of set and costumes, casting, and difficulty of the choreography; later changes in the choreography; its lack of public success; performances by other companies; the ballet Coppélia, including the score; commentary on photographs of Alexandra Danilova, Alicia Markova, and other dancers in the role of Swanilda; the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo's production and the dancers Tamara Toumanova and Mia Slavenska; Ninette de Valois's and the Camargo Society's production of Coppélia with Lydia Lopakova as Swanilda; the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo's production of Coppélia with Danilova as Swanilda; the London production staged by Nicholas Sergeyev [Nikolai Grigor'evich Sergeev]. [Ends abruptly.]
Interview with Frederic Franklin by Frederic Franklin ( Recording )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Cassette 38, side B (ca. 46 min.). Franklin continues to speak about the male dancing in the company, including the prevalence of character roles in the repertory; Boris Kochno, including his relationship with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo; the dancer George Zoritch, including his relationship with Franklin and with the company; speaks briefly about the company?s public relations manager, Virginia Donaldson; the dancer Andrea Vodehnal; the dancer Marina Svetlova; in connection with the composer Vitorio Rieti?s work for the company, speaks briefly about George Balanchine?s ballet Night shadow and Antonia Cobos?s ballet Mikado; Serge Lifar, including his relationship with Leonide Massine; the dancer Nina Novak, including the circumstances of her joining the company; her roles; Sergei Denham?s promotion of her career; the dancer Lupe Serrano
Education of the girlchild by Monica Moseley ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1972 and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Education of the girlchild, rehearsal at Common Ground ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1973 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Meredith Monk and student performers by Monica Moseley ( Visual )
and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Effects of student-chosen topics and teacher-chosen topics on creative writing in a third grade classroom by Monica Moseley ( Book )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Interview with Ping Chong by Ping Chong ( Recording )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Cassette 3. (ca. 10 min.) 8/24/02, cont. The stories in Obon; a few thoughts on the economic difficulties of creating his work
 
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Associated Subjects
Arpino, Gerald Astarte (Choreographic work : Joffrey) Balanchine, George Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo Ball in old Vienna (Choreographic work : Jooss) Beau Danube (Choreographic work : Massine) Bennett, Isadora Chabriesque (Choreographic work : Arpino) Charivari (Choreographic work : Goslar) Chong, Ping Conservatoriet (Choreographic work : Brenaa after Bournonville) Cummings, Blondell Danilova, Alexandra, Danses concertantes (Choreographic work : Balanchine) Deuce coupe (Choreographic work : Tharp) Education of the girlchild (Choreographic work : Monk) Ellis Island Immigration Station (N.Y. and N.J.) Emigration and immigration Ewing, Alexander Face dancers (Choreographic work : Sappington) Fanfarita (Choreographic work : Arpino) Franklin, Frederic, Fuente, Luis Grand pas espagnol (Choreographic work : Harkarvy) Green table (Choreographic work : Jooss) Harrison, Lanny Immigrants Interplay (Choreographic work : Robbins) Jackpot (Choreographic work : Arpino) Jive (Choreographic work : Feld) Markova, Alicia,--Dame, Massine, Leonide, Monk, Meredith Moseley, Monica Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) Nagrin, Lee Parade (Choreographic work : Massine) Pekelis, Coco Quarry (Choreographic work : Monk) Raw recital (Choreographic work : Monk and Preston) Recent ruins (Choreographic work : Monk) Sacred grove on Mount Tamalpais (Choreographic work : Arpino) Secret places (Choreographic work : Arpino) Singleton, Trinette Sverdlik, Daniel Tharp, Twyla Trinity (Choreographic work : Arpino) United States Vessel (Choreographic work : Monk) Viva Vivaldi! (Choreographic work : Arpino)
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English (25)