Nick Wallace-Smith

Donya Feuer's Interview with Romola Nijinsky in Stockholm, June 19

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Hi everyone

Romola Nijinsky was interviewed on tape by Donya Feuer in Stockholm, June 1974.

The interview was used by Feuner in her documentary on the life of Nijinsky, which was produced by J. Andreassen for Norsk Rikskringkasting (NRK) in 1974. The documentary included readings from Nijinsky's diary read by Knut Husebo. It was aired on Norwegian television in April 1975 with a narration read by Anne Marit Jacobsen.

I see this interview in the world catalogue:

http://www.worldcat.org/title/et-liv-videotape/oclc/083353982

After serious googling I can find no other record of this interview, or any audio tape or transcript.

If anyone has any other information about this interview I would be over the moon to hear from you.

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Hi Nick!

It appears the library at lincoln center has a copy, their listing is below:

http://nypl.biblioco...59662052_et_liv

Additional Contributors:Husebo, Knut; Andreassen, J.; Jacobsen, Anne Marit; Nijinsky, Romola de Pulszky; Feuer, Donya

Language:Norwegian

Notes:A documentary by Donya Feuer on the life of Nijinsky. Produced by J. Andreassen for Norsk Rikskringkasting (NRK) in 1974 and aired on Norwegian television in April 1975. Narration read by Anne Marit Jacobsen. Quotations from Nijinsky's diary read by Knut Husebo. In Norwegian. Interview in English by Donya Feuer with Romola Nijinsky taped in Stockholm, June 1974

Summary: Interview of Mme. Nijinsky punctuated by still photographs of events, people and places in Nijinsky's life, quotations read from his diary, and stills of him in various roles

Physical description:1 videocassette (U-matic, PAL) (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.

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Another thing to add to the "when I'm in NYC" list!

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hi Mme Hermine

thank you so very much for taking the time to alert me to the New York Public Library copy of the film - very very much appreciated - and a great excuse to go back to NY, if an excuse were needed!

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