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Daughter of the Pharoah - design


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#1 whetherwax

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Posted 04 May 2009 - 10:37 PM

Does anyone know of a book ( in English) discussing the design for the Lacotte revival of this ballet. I am delighted by the costuming and would love to know more about the way it was bought into being. There is a short relatively uninformative doco on the disk ( nowhere near as valuable as the Peter Wright commentary on Het National's Sleeping Beauty). I would love to know more. Surely there was a lovely glossy produced?

#2 EricMontreal22

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Posted 05 May 2009 - 10:47 PM

All I have found is some sketches in the Bolshoi program with a bit of info. I'd LOVE to read something more indepth.


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