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Interview with Rouben Ter-Arutunian . August 23 and 26, September 8, 9, 21, and 22, and October 12 and 13,1976, 1976.

Author: Rouben Ter-Arutunian; Joan Kramer
Publisher: 1976.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : Cassette recording : CD audio : English
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Disc 1 (approximately 49 minutes). August 23, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about his name; his birth in Tiflis [Tʻbilisi] and his family background; his childhood in Paris and Berlin including his study of piano; various anecdotal reminiscences; his impressions of the Ballets russes [de Monte Carlo] upon seeing them in 1936 and again in 1938, in Berlin; his study of art and design at the
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Named Person: Rouben Ter-Arutunian; Martha Graham; Jerome Robbins; Glen Tetley; Lincoln Kirstein; George Balanchine; Gwen Verdon; Igor Stravinsky; Rudolf Nureyev; Lucia Chase; Paul Taylor; Kirk Browning; Igor Stravinsky; Leonide Massine; George Balanchine; Kirk Browning; Lucia Chase; Martha Graham; Lincoln Kirstein; Leonide Massine; Rudolf Nureyev; Jerome Robbins; Igor Stravinsky; Paul Taylor; Rouben Ter-Arutunian; Glen Tetley; Gwen Verdon
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Rouben Ter-Arutunian; Joan Kramer
OCLC Number: 81359094
Notes: Interview with Rouben Ter-Arutunian conducted by Joan Kramer on August 23 and 26, September 8, 9, 21, and 22, and October 12 and 13,1976 in New York City for the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Jerome Robbins Dance Division's Oral History Project.
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Sound quality is good overall. The recording is marred by extraneous noise including "tape hiss" and occasional short gaps, but the speakers' voices are easily audible.
Event notes: Recorded by Joan Kramer
1976, August 23 and 26, September 8, 9, 21, and 22, and October 12 and 13
New York (N.Y.).
Description: 16 audio discs (approximately 13 hr. and 3 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

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Disc 1 (approximately 49 minutes). August 23, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about his name; his birth in Tiflis [Tʻbilisi] and his family background; his childhood in Paris and Berlin including his study of piano; various anecdotal reminiscences; his impressions of the Ballets russes [de Monte Carlo] upon seeing them in 1936 and again in 1938, in Berlin; his study of art and design at the Reimann-Schule; his first professional commissions, for costumes for the Berlin Staatsoper; reminiscences of his drawings and of his language studies; additional early commissions, in Dresden for a production of The bartered bride and in Vienna, for a production of Salome [ends abruptly but continues on disc 2].

Disc 2 (approximately 53 minutes). August 23, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about continuing his studies in Berlin and Vienna; designing costumes for a ballet company in Dresden; more on his work for the costumes for Salome in Vienna; life during and immediately after World War II including his father's untimely death and his own illness; his work for the United States Third Army in Germany; moving to Paris in 1947; his life in Paris; the circumstances of his and his mother's emigrating to the United States, in 1951 [ends abruptly but continues on disc 3].

Disc 3 (approximately 48 minutes). August 26, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about emigrating to the United States including his impressions upon sailing into New York harbor; his first commissions in the United States including for the jeweler Harry Winston and for a window display company; his first job designing for television; meeting Lincoln Kirstein and the resultant commissions for New York City Opera including Bluebeard's castle and L'heure espagnole; his work on the opera La cenerentola; the principles that guide his designs for costumes, as for example in [Todd Bolender's] Souvenirs and Glen Tetley's ballet Voluntaries; the factors that guide his designs for stage decor and the four major categories of stage decor [ends abruptly but continues on disc 4].

Disc 4 (approximately 54 minutes). August 26, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about his stage designs including his work for Robert Joffrey's Remembrances and Gerald Arpino's The relativity of Icarus; more on his general principles of set and costume design for ballet and opera; designing for film compared with designing for live theater; his working methods; his thoughts on choreographing and on George Balanchine; colors; other designers for the stage including [Léon] Bakst, Pablo Picasso, [Alexandre] Benois, [Christian] Bénard, and [Natalii︠a︡ Sergeevna] Goncharova; recreating Picasso's designs for a revival of [Leonide Massine's] Pulcinella including working with Massine; Martha Graham including his work for her dance Visionary recital [also known as Samson Agonistes] [ends abruptly but continues on disc 5].

Disc 5 (approximately 47 minutes). September 8, 1976, Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about Martha Graham including her profound understanding of the use of stage space; the relationship between the designer and the choreographer; more on Visionary recital; Graham as a person and as an artist including her self-conscious presentation of herself and her art; some thoughts on Jerome Robbins and George Balanchine as choreographers and their relationship with each other; Robbins and his ballets including Afternoon of a faun; Robbins as a dancer [ends abruptly but continues on disc 6].

Disc 6 (approximately 50 minutes). September 8-9, 1976, Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about Jerome Robbins and working with him, including their collaboration on An evening's waltzes; Robbins' dance Dybbuk; Robbins' ballet In G major; Glen Tetley including their collaboration on Tetley's dance Pierrot Lunaire; reflections on the Stuttgarter Ballett, John Cranko and Tetley's relatively brief tenure as Cranko's successor.

Disc 7 (approximately 49 minutes). September 8-9, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about whether, typically, dancers have any control over the design of their costumes; designing costumes for actors including his experience working with Katherine Hepburn; an anecdote about Anna Magnani and her costumes in Medea; Gwen Verdon including his designing of her costumes for the musical comedy New girl in town; designing costumes for Broadway musicals as compared with designing for concert dance performances; his set design for Todd Bolender's Souvenirs; his design, using billowing silk, for Balanchine's Variations pour une porte et un soupir; stage lighting for dance including Balanchine's approach to lighting compared to that of Jerome Robbins; Ter-Arutunian's consciousness of the putative lighting plot when designing sets [ends abruptly but continues on disc 8].

Disc 8 (approximately 48 minutes). September 9, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about his designs for the Stratford festival [American Shakespeare Festival, in Connecticut]; Lincoln Kirstein; George Balanchine including their first collaboration, on a television production of the opera The magic flute; his interpretation of Balanchine's self-description as one who takes, for example from the music he uses; Balanchine's use of color in costumes including his frequent use of pink [ends abruptly].

Disc 9 (approximately 46 minutes). September 21, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about George Balanchine, in particular his personal qualities; working with Balanchine including with respect to Balanchine's ballet Union Jack; the aesthetic judgment behind Balanchine's preference for ballerinas with relatively small heads; more on Union Jack [ends abruptly but continues on disc 10].

Disc 10 (approximately 52 minutes). September 21, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about working with George Balanchine on his ballet Union Jack including Ter-Arutunian's speculation that Balanchine was honoring Lincoln Kirstein's desire to do homage to Great Britain for [the United States] Bicentennial; Kirstein as a collaborator; more on Union Jack including the music hall section; financial aspects of producing costumes and sets at New York City Ballet, for example as in the case of a production of Les sylphides; the longevity of Barbara Karinska's costumes; Balanchine's approach to production costs for example as in his ballet Harlequinade; responsibility for decisions regarding production costs at New York City Ballet including the roles of Balanchine, Kirstein, and Betty Cage [ends abruptly].

Disc 11 (approximately 48 minutes). September 22, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about George Balanchine and New York City Ballet including Balanchine's denial that there is a "Balanchine dancer"; more on designing costumes and sets for New York City Ballet including for Balanchine's ballet Variations pour une porte et un soupir; the flatness of a typical ballet set; his collaboration with Balanchine on the designs for Balanchine's Seven deadly sins; various aspects of having sets built and costumes made; making costumes for Paul Taylor's ballet Fibers; more on the physical construction of a set [ends abruptly but continues on disc 12].

Disc 12 (approximately 50 minutes). September 22, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about creating sets and costumes for George Balanchine and New York City Ballet including Balanchine's not infrequent use of his own ideas; designing costumes for children, as for example in Coppélia (choreographed by Balanchine and Alexandra Danilova after Petipa) and in Balanchine's ballet Harlequinade; more on the creation of Coppélia; Balanchine's perfectionism and complete control of a production; the reasons Seven deadly sins is his favorite of the ballets he has designed for New York City Ballet; Balanchine's [after Ivanov] The nutcracker; Lincoln Kirstein including his relationship with Balanchine; Igor Stravinsky, in particular his composing of The flood for the television dance-drama entitled Noah and the flood; Ter-Arutunian's collaboration with Balanchine on his ballet [Noah and the flood] for the dance-drama [ends abruptly].

Disc 13 (approximately 47 minutes). September 22 and October 12, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about the making of Noah and the flood including his collaboration with George Balanchine; the director, Kirk Browning [ends abruptly but continues on disc 14].

Disc 14 (approximately 51 minutes). October 12, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about the television dance-drama Noah and the flood including various reasons why he was dissatisfied with the production; Igor Stravinsky including Ter-Arutunian's post-production correspondence with him about the problems with the production; Stravinsky's astuteness in writing a composition that fit the medium of television; Ter-Arutunian's thoughts on using radical designs for traditional works like Swan lake or The nutcracker; Balanchine's Swan lake; Ter-Arutunian's designs for other ballets choreographed to Stravinsky compositions including [Balanchine's] The song of the nightingale, [Brian Macdonald's] The firebird, and Balanchine's ballets Agon and Symphony in three movements [ends abruptly].

Disc 15 (approximately 49 minutes). October 12, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about designing a costume when he knows the identity of the dancer who will be wearing it, for example as in the case of Suzanne Farrell; his admiration for the designs in [Balanchine's] ballet Bugaku; his ideas for Swan lake; working with Rudolf Nureyev in connection with Glen Tetley's ballet Laborintus; Lucia Chase and American Ballet Theatre including the company and its management as compared with New York City Ballet; the relationship between Jerome Robbins and Balanchine; briefly, Antony Tudor and American Ballet Theatre; Paul Taylor including their early collaboration, on Taylor's work Fibers; Taylor's work Insects and heroes [ends abruptly but continues on disc 16].

Disc 16 (approximately 42 minutes). October 12, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about certain remarks Lincoln Kirstein made about Jerome Robbins; his impressions of the Royal Ballet; business and rights issues; lighting design; briefly, other designers he admires; the compartmentalization of design and the other creative elements in the United States; his impressions of the musical play A chorus line; briefly, his impressions of various ballet productions and ballet dancers; his hope to continue working with George Balanchine.

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    schema:description "Disc 16 (approximately 42 minutes). October 12, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about certain remarks Lincoln Kirstein made about Jerome Robbins; his impressions of the Royal Ballet; business and rights issues; lighting design; briefly, other designers he admires; the compartmentalization of design and the other creative elements in the United States; his impressions of the musical play A chorus line; briefly, his impressions of various ballet productions and ballet dancers; his hope to continue working with George Balanchine."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 3 (approximately 48 minutes). August 26, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about emigrating to the United States including his impressions upon sailing into New York harbor; his first commissions in the United States including for the jeweler Harry Winston and for a window display company; his first job designing for television; meeting Lincoln Kirstein and the resultant commissions for New York City Opera including Bluebeard's castle and L'heure espagnole; his work on the opera La cenerentola; the principles that guide his designs for costumes, as for example in [Todd Bolender's] Souvenirs and Glen Tetley's ballet Voluntaries; the factors that guide his designs for stage decor and the four major categories of stage decor [ends abruptly but continues on disc 4]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 12 (approximately 50 minutes). September 22, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about creating sets and costumes for George Balanchine and New York City Ballet including Balanchine's not infrequent use of his own ideas; designing costumes for children, as for example in Coppélia (choreographed by Balanchine and Alexandra Danilova after Petipa) and in Balanchine's ballet Harlequinade; more on the creation of Coppélia; Balanchine's perfectionism and complete control of a production; the reasons Seven deadly sins is his favorite of the ballets he has designed for New York City Ballet; Balanchine's [after Ivanov] The nutcracker; Lincoln Kirstein including his relationship with Balanchine; Igor Stravinsky, in particular his composing of The flood for the television dance-drama entitled Noah and the flood; Ter-Arutunian's collaboration with Balanchine on his ballet [Noah and the flood] for the dance-drama [ends abruptly]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 15 (approximately 49 minutes). October 12, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about designing a costume when he knows the identity of the dancer who will be wearing it, for example as in the case of Suzanne Farrell; his admiration for the designs in [Balanchine's] ballet Bugaku; his ideas for Swan lake; working with Rudolf Nureyev in connection with Glen Tetley's ballet Laborintus; Lucia Chase and American Ballet Theatre including the company and its management as compared with New York City Ballet; the relationship between Jerome Robbins and Balanchine; briefly, Antony Tudor and American Ballet Theatre; Paul Taylor including their early collaboration, on Taylor's work Fibers; Taylor's work Insects and heroes [ends abruptly but continues on disc 16]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 9 (approximately 46 minutes). September 21, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about George Balanchine, in particular his personal qualities; working with Balanchine including with respect to Balanchine's ballet Union Jack; the aesthetic judgment behind Balanchine's preference for ballerinas with relatively small heads; more on Union Jack [ends abruptly but continues on disc 10]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 1 (approximately 49 minutes). August 23, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about his name; his birth in Tiflis [Tʻbilisi] and his family background; his childhood in Paris and Berlin including his study of piano; various anecdotal reminiscences; his impressions of the Ballets russes [de Monte Carlo] upon seeing them in 1936 and again in 1938, in Berlin; his study of art and design at the Reimann-Schule; his first professional commissions, for costumes for the Berlin Staatsoper; reminiscences of his drawings and of his language studies; additional early commissions, in Dresden for a production of The bartered bride and in Vienna, for a production of Salome [ends abruptly but continues on disc 2]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 10 (approximately 52 minutes). September 21, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about working with George Balanchine on his ballet Union Jack including Ter-Arutunian's speculation that Balanchine was honoring Lincoln Kirstein's desire to do homage to Great Britain for [the United States] Bicentennial; Kirstein as a collaborator; more on Union Jack including the music hall section; financial aspects of producing costumes and sets at New York City Ballet, for example as in the case of a production of Les sylphides; the longevity of Barbara Karinska's costumes; Balanchine's approach to production costs for example as in his ballet Harlequinade; responsibility for decisions regarding production costs at New York City Ballet including the roles of Balanchine, Kirstein, and Betty Cage [ends abruptly]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 8 (approximately 48 minutes). September 9, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about his designs for the Stratford festival [American Shakespeare Festival, in Connecticut]; Lincoln Kirstein; George Balanchine including their first collaboration, on a television production of the opera The magic flute; his interpretation of Balanchine's self-description as one who takes, for example from the music he uses; Balanchine's use of color in costumes including his frequent use of pink [ends abruptly]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 6 (approximately 50 minutes). September 8-9, 1976, Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about Jerome Robbins and working with him, including their collaboration on An evening's waltzes; Robbins' dance Dybbuk; Robbins' ballet In G major; Glen Tetley including their collaboration on Tetley's dance Pierrot Lunaire; reflections on the Stuttgarter Ballett, John Cranko and Tetley's relatively brief tenure as Cranko's successor."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 14 (approximately 51 minutes). October 12, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about the television dance-drama Noah and the flood including various reasons why he was dissatisfied with the production; Igor Stravinsky including Ter-Arutunian's post-production correspondence with him about the problems with the production; Stravinsky's astuteness in writing a composition that fit the medium of television; Ter-Arutunian's thoughts on using radical designs for traditional works like Swan lake or The nutcracker; Balanchine's Swan lake; Ter-Arutunian's designs for other ballets choreographed to Stravinsky compositions including [Balanchine's] The song of the nightingale, [Brian Macdonald's] The firebird, and Balanchine's ballets Agon and Symphony in three movements [ends abruptly]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 11 (approximately 48 minutes). September 22, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about George Balanchine and New York City Ballet including Balanchine's denial that there is a "Balanchine dancer"; more on designing costumes and sets for New York City Ballet including for Balanchine's ballet Variations pour une porte et un soupir; the flatness of a typical ballet set; his collaboration with Balanchine on the designs for Balanchine's Seven deadly sins; various aspects of having sets built and costumes made; making costumes for Paul Taylor's ballet Fibers; more on the physical construction of a set [ends abruptly but continues on disc 12]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 7 (approximately 49 minutes). September 8-9, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about whether, typically, dancers have any control over the design of their costumes; designing costumes for actors including his experience working with Katherine Hepburn; an anecdote about Anna Magnani and her costumes in Medea; Gwen Verdon including his designing of her costumes for the musical comedy New girl in town; designing costumes for Broadway musicals as compared with designing for concert dance performances; his set design for Todd Bolender's Souvenirs; his design, using billowing silk, for Balanchine's Variations pour une porte et un soupir; stage lighting for dance including Balanchine's approach to lighting compared to that of Jerome Robbins; Ter-Arutunian's consciousness of the putative lighting plot when designing sets [ends abruptly but continues on disc 8]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 4 (approximately 54 minutes). August 26, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about his stage designs including his work for Robert Joffrey's Remembrances and Gerald Arpino's The relativity of Icarus; more on his general principles of set and costume design for ballet and opera; designing for film compared with designing for live theater; his working methods; his thoughts on choreographing and on George Balanchine; colors; other designers for the stage including [Léon] Bakst, Pablo Picasso, [Alexandre] Benois, [Christian] Bénard, and [Natalii︠a︡ Sergeevna] Goncharova; recreating Picasso's designs for a revival of [Leonide Massine's] Pulcinella including working with Massine; Martha Graham including his work for her dance Visionary recital [also known as Samson Agonistes] [ends abruptly but continues on disc 5]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 13 (approximately 47 minutes). September 22 and October 12, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about the making of Noah and the flood including his collaboration with George Balanchine; the director, Kirk Browning [ends abruptly but continues on disc 14]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 2 (approximately 53 minutes). August 23, 1976. Rouben Ter-Arutunian speaks with Joan Kramer about continuing his studies in Berlin and Vienna; designing costumes for a ballet company in Dresden; more on his work for the costumes for Salome in Vienna; life during and immediately after World War II including his father's untimely death and his own illness; his work for the United States Third Army in Germany; moving to Paris in 1947; his life in Paris; the circumstances of his and his mother's emigrating to the United States, in 1951 [ends abruptly but continues on disc 3]."@en ;
    schema:description "Disc 5 (approximately 47 minutes). September 8, 1976, Rouben Ter-Arutunian continues to speak with Joan Kramer about Martha Graham including her profound understanding of the use of stage space; the relationship between the designer and the choreographer; more on Visionary recital; Graham as a person and as an artist including her self-conscious presentation of herself and her art; some thoughts on Jerome Robbins and George Balanchine as choreographers and their relationship with each other; Robbins and his ballets including Afternoon of a faun; Robbins as a dancer [ends abruptly but continues on disc 6]."@en ;
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    schema:familyName "Chase" ;
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<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1911112866#Person/stravinsky_igor_1882_1971> # Igor Stravinsky
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<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1911112866#Person/verdon_gwen> # Gwen Verdon
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    schema:givenName "Gwen" ;
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    schema:name "Theaters--Stage-setting and scenery"@en ;
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1113580> # Set designers
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1149278> # Theater--Production and direction
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1362331> # Union Jack (Choreographic work : Balanchine)
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1385300> # Nutcracker (Choreographic work : Balanchine, after Ivanov)
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    schema:name "Nutcracker (Choreographic work : Balanchine, after Ivanov)" ;
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1385302> # Swan lake (Choreographic work : Balanchine after Ivanov)
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    schema:name "Swan lake (Choreographic work : Balanchine after Ivanov)" ;
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1385306> # Harlequinade (Choreographic work : Balanchine)
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    schema:name "Variations pour une porte et un soupir (Choreographic work : Balanchine)" ;
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1387619> # In G major (Choreographic work : Robbins)
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    schema:name "In G major (Choreographic work : Robbins)" ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1388077> # Pierrot lunaire (Choreographic work : Tetley)
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    schema:name "Pierrot lunaire (Choreographic work : Tetley)" ;
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1390330> # Relativity of Icarus (Choreographic work : Arpino)
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1390729> # Afternoon of a faun (Choreographic work : Robbins)
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    schema:name "Noah and the flood (Choreographic work : Balanchine)" ;
    .

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    a schema:CreativeWork ;
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1400278> # Dybbuk (Choreographic work : Robbins)
    a schema:CreativeWork ;
    schema:name "Dybbuk (Choreographic work : Robbins)" ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1781691> # Evening's waltzes (Choreographic work : Robbins)
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    schema:name "Evening's waltzes (Choreographic work : Robbins)" ;
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1790588> # Pulcinella (Choreographic work : Massine)
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    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1793176> # Souvenirs (Choreographic work : Bolender)
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1795443> # Visionary recital (Choreographic work : Graham)
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/880794> # Costume design
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/887441> # Dance--Production and direction
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    a schema:Intangible ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/12305966> # George Balanchine
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    schema:givenName "George" ;
    schema:name "George Balanchine" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/133657447> # New York City Ballet.
    a schema:Organization ;
    schema:name "New York City Ballet." ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/139798783> # American Ballet Theatre.
    a schema:Organization ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/148483> # Rudolf Nureyev
    a schema:Person ;
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    schema:familyName "Nureyev" ;
    schema:givenName "Rudolf" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/17309155> # Igor Stravinsky
    a schema:Person ;
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    schema:familyName "Stravinsky" ;
    schema:givenName "Igor" ;
    schema:name "Igor Stravinsky" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/22348053> # Kirk Browning
    a schema:Person ;
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    schema:deathDate "2008" ;
    schema:familyName "Browning" ;
    schema:givenName "Kirk" ;
    schema:name "Kirk Browning" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/278549216> # Joan Kramer
    a schema:Person ;
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    schema:givenName "Joan" ;
    schema:name "Joan Kramer" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/37105993> # Gwen Verdon
    a schema:Person ;
    schema:familyName "Verdon" ;
    schema:givenName "Gwen" ;
    schema:name "Gwen Verdon" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/43298361> # Rouben Ter-Arutunian
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    schema:deathDate "1992," ;
    schema:familyName "Ter-Arutunian" ;
    schema:givenName "Rouben" ;
    schema:name "Rouben Ter-Arutunian" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/4931772> # Lincoln Kirstein
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    schema:deathDate "1996" ;
    schema:familyName "Kirstein" ;
    schema:givenName "Lincoln" ;
    schema:name "Lincoln Kirstein" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/5060521> # Leonide Massine
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    schema:deathDate "1979" ;
    schema:familyName "Massine" ;
    schema:givenName "Leonide" ;
    schema:name "Leonide Massine" ;
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<http://viaf.org/viaf/5125541> # Glen Tetley
    a schema:Person ;
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    schema:givenName "Glen" ;
    schema:name "Glen Tetley" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/60847809> # Lucia Chase
    a schema:Person ;
    schema:birthDate "1897" ;
    schema:deathDate "1986" ;
    schema:familyName "Chase" ;
    schema:givenName "Lucia" ;
    schema:name "Lucia Chase" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/97863086> # Martha Graham
    a schema:Person ;
    schema:familyName "Graham" ;
    schema:givenName "Martha" ;
    schema:name "Martha Graham" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/9993598> # Jerome Robbins
    a schema:Person ;
    schema:familyName "Robbins" ;
    schema:givenName "Jerome" ;
    schema:name "Jerome Robbins" ;
    .

<http://www.worldcat.org/title/-/oclc/81359094>
    a genont:InformationResource, genont:ContentTypeGenericResource ;
    schema:about <http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/81359094> ; # Interview with Rouben Ter-Arutunian . August 23 and 26, September 8, 9, 21, and 22, and October 12 and 13,1976,
    schema:dateModified "2018-09-01" ;
    void:inDataset <http://purl.oclc.org/dataset/WorldCat> ;
    .


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