5 edition of Victorian ballet-girl found in the catalog.
Ivor Forbes Guest
|Statement||by Ivor Guest.|
|Series||Da Capo Press music reprint series|
|LC Classifications||GV1785.W4 G8 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||136 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||80016216|
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Get this from a library. Victorian ballet-girl: the tragic story of Clara Webster. [Ivor Guest] -- Biography of the legendary ballerina Clara Webster, whose career was cut short due to a theater accident. The Victorian and Edwardian music hall ballet has been a neglected facet of dance historiography, falling prey principally to the misguided assumption that any ballet not performed at the Opera House or 'legitimate' theatre necessarily meant it was of low cultural and artistic merit.
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Ballet Girl, First Edition. You Searched For: First Edition. Hard Cover - VG/VG - Book and dust jacket are clean and tight with only light wear - Ex-Library - Original price of present - Stated First Edition with full number strain - pages. Victorian Ballet-Girl The Tragic Story of Clara Webster.
Guest, Ivor. Ivor Forbes Guest DUniv MA FRAD (14 April – 30 Victorian ballet-girl book ) was a British historian and writer, best known for his study of was chairman of the Royal Academy of Dance for twenty three years (–93) and has been a Vice-President since and Secretary then Trustee of the Radcliffe Trust.
In he was made a Doctor of the University by the University of Surrey, its Spouse: Ann Hutchinson Guest, (m. ; his death ).
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LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for : Ivor Forbes Guest. The Victorian and Edwardian music hall ballet has been a neglected facet of dance historiography, falling prey principally to the misguided assumption that any Dance and Dancers in the Victorian and Edwardian Music Hall Ballet book.
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I just love this assortment of Ballerinas in various poses. All are vintage images that are aged to perfection. We. The Victorian and Edwardian music hall ballet has been a neglected facet of dance historiography, falling prey principally to the misguided assumption that any ballet not performed at the Opera House or 'legitimate' theatre necessarily meant it was of low cultural and artistic merit.
particularly in its representations of the ballet girl. ‘[I]t is the cause of woman we defend—it is your cause—it is time to free ourselves from the despotism of man.’ (Bunn, p.
15) The Revolt of the Harem was performed in London forty-three times during the season to sell-out crowds; it continued to be talked about and staged, in various forms, into the s.
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Charming, quaint and revealing, The Natural History of a Ballet Girl is one of ballet’s most important cultural documents from this period. Cheerfully illustrated in the 19th-century style, this short account is available as a delightful little gift book from Dance Books, or as a paperback reprint.
The vogue for these ballets in the s was an obvious precursor to the one for Circassian slave-girls in late-Victorian freak shows. Sources Aloff, Mindy, Dance Anecdotes: Stories From the Worlds of Ballet, Broadway, the Ballroom and Modern Dance (Oxford & NY: ), 4, views.
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Guest, Ivor.drogyne, or the ballet girl, have been portrayed by modern scholars, not simply as antithetical figures in a deeply self-divided decade, but as antagonistic principles intent on each other's destruction.' Contemporary Victorian observers of the decadent and the New Woman, however, took quite another view.
For the most part.