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Leaps in the dark : art and the world

Author: Agnes De Mille; Mindy Aloff
Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Leaps in the Dark is a dazzling anthology that includes excerpts from eight of de Mille's ten books now out of print, portions of the unpublished monograph "Russian Journals," and the entirety of her review of the London première of Balanchine's Prodigal Son.
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Named Person: Agnes De Mille
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Agnes De Mille; Mindy Aloff
ISBN: 9780813035703 0813035708
OCLC Number: 666240014
Description: xvii, 290 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Portraits and self-portraits. Agnes de Mille takes her own measure --
Choice of vocation --
Uncle Ce --
Anna Pavlova --
Theodore Kosloff --
Adolph Bolm and Louis Horst --
La Argentina --
Martha Graham --
Antony Tudor and Frederick Ashton --
Katherine Dunham --
Alicia Markova --
Carmelita Maracci --
Trude Rittmann --
Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II --
Alicia Alonso --
Three Soviet ballerinas: Eleonora Vlasova, Galina Ulanova and Maya Plisetskaya --
The stricken body: picture from the inside --
Essays. "The contribution" --
"Rhythm in my blood" --
"The milk of Paradise" --
"Old New York" --
Art is --
Prodigal son by George Balanchine --
Romeo and Juliet, film dances by Agnes de Mille --
Rain dance --
Dark elegies by Antony Tudor --
Rodeo by Agnes de Mille --
Oklahoma!, dances by Agnes de Mille --
One touch of Venus, dances by Agnes de Mille --
Fall River legend by Agnes de Mille --
A lesson in bowing --
"Preparing for performance" --
Life lines --
An exchange of love letters.
Responsibility: Agnes de Mille ; edited by Mindy Aloff.
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Leaps in the Dark is a dazzling anthology that includes excerpts from eight of de Mille's ten books now out of print, portions of the unpublished monograph "Russian Journals," and the entirety of her review of the London première of Balanchine's Prodigal Son.

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