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    George Balanchine was just twenty-one when he created Le Chant du Rossignol, his first work for Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes. He would choreograph dozens of pieces for the stage before he turned thirty. Hodson and Archer have reconstructed five of the major works that were nearly lost to time. This bijou book is the first in a series rediscovering the early ballets of Balanchine. Designed by Trapeze Press to accommodate nearly 100 original pen & ink drawings by Hodson and two full-color spreads of contemporary performances by Ballets de Monte-Carlo and Ballet West, this spectator's guide is historical dance documentation at its most glorious.

     

     

    Designed by Trapeze Press to accommodate nearly 100 original pen & ink drawings by Hodson and two full-color spreads of contemporary performances by Ballets de Monte-Carlo and Ballet West, this spectator's guide is historical dance documentation at its most glorious.

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