Akim Volynsky and School of Russian Ballet
Posted 29 July 2003 - 05:28 AM
Can anyone on the board suggest somebody knowledgable in Russia with an interest in historical matters that I could get in touch with?
Again, all help will be much appreciated! Thanks!
Posted 29 July 2003 - 05:56 AM
so she'd likely know someone who would know more about this key figure in Russian ballet's academic and theoretical realms.
there was a somewhat lengthy article in the British publication DANCE RESEARCH by I think an American, perhaps Charles Joseph the author of the recent Balanchine/Stravinsky study.
NYC's Lynn Garafola might have some connections to related sources.
Souritz has some students who worked under her that might be of help. One, Masha Ratanova, speaks some English and was recently in the States to help the Lib. of Congress catalogue its Nijinska holdings.
I don't know if the person responsible for the collection of Volinsky's writings speaks English, nor if this person is in St. Petersburg or Moscow.
Posted 30 July 2003 - 04:01 AM
Posted 02 August 2003 - 02:41 PM
Posted 02 August 2003 - 03:26 PM
(real name Flekser) (1863-1926), Russian critic and balletologist whose work Kniga Likovanii (The Book of Exultations), published in Leningrad, was an attempt to formulate a philosophy of the ballet dance. The book has not been translated into English except for one chapter, Verticality and the Dance on Toe, which appeared in "Dance News" (Oct. 1943) in a translation by Anatole Chujoy.
I would guess that this could be found at the Performing Arts Library.
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