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Doctorate Thesis 2 Volumes- Lesley-Anne Sayers- Signed

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Doctorate Thesis 2 Volumes- Lesley-Anne Sayers- Signed

While a Research Fellow in Dance at Roehampton University, her substantial Arts and Humanities Research Council–funded project with Princeton University to recreate Diaghilev's innovative ballet Le Pas d’Acier (1925) with Millicent Hodson was founded on her recreation of the model of Yakoulov's spectacular stage designs. This set her on a dedicated, imaginative, and highly innovative program of investigating the principles of reworking the choreographic heritage of ballets for contemporary dance theatre from the perspective of their scenography.

This is a highly detailed work consisting of a two volume set. It is in excellent condition, and it is complete with the author's pencilled annotations. There are slight creases to the covers and Volume 2 has a fold on the back cover. Volume 1 is signed by the author. The work is entitled 'LE PAS D'ACIER' (1927): A study in the historiography and reconstruction of Georges Jakulov's set design for Diaghilev's 'Soviet' ballet.

This would be of particular interest to dance historians and scholars, academics and collectors.

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Doctorate Thesis 2 Volumes- Lesley-Anne Sayers- Signed

While a Research Fellow in Dance at Roehampton University, her substantial Arts and Humanities Research Council–funded project with Princeton University to recreate Diaghilev's innovative ballet Le Pas d’Acier (1925) with Millicent Hodson was founded on her recreation of the model of Yakoulov's spectacular stage designs. This set her on a dedicated, imaginative, and highly innovative program of investigating the principles of reworking the choreographic heritage of ballets for contemporary dance theatre from the perspective of their scenography.

This is a highly detailed work consisting of a two volume set. It is in excellent condition, and it is complete with the author's pencilled annotations. There are slight creases to the covers and Volume 2 has a fold on the back cover. Volume 1 is signed by the author. The work is entitled 'LE PAS D'ACIER' (1927): A study in the historiography and reconstruction of Georges Jakulov's set design for Diaghilev's 'Soviet' ballet.

This would be of particular interest to dance historians and scholars, academics and collectors.

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0

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