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Mindy Aloff -- An Archive of Dance Writing

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#1 Alexandra


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Posted 30 October 2002 - 01:17 PM

I am very pleased to announce that I've put up three articles by Mindy Aloff on the DanceView site -- there will be more to come (all with copyright permissions granted, of course)!


They are very long, thoughtful pieces, all of which originally ran in the New Republic in 1999, and I hope you will enjoy them. One is about narrative dance -- its difficulties, and then some then-current examples; one about Martha Graham's Appalachian Spring, and to say that the last is about the Kirov Ballet, and its Sleeping Beauty and Balanchine works, doesn't quite do it justice.

Please feel free to use his space to discuss the articles!

There will be more up in the next month, and I'll announce them as they are up.

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