Edvard Grieg & dance?
Posted 13 November 2002 - 07:34 AM
Anyone familiar with the application of Griegs music to dance?
Posted 13 November 2002 - 08:27 AM
a number of choreographers have done versions of 'peer gynt,' among them in the US, ben stevenson for houston ballet, tho' not revived recently to the best of knowledge.
two soviet choreographers - lopukhov and jacobson - have done 'the ice maiden' to grieg - (orchestrated by asafief)
john cranko and arthur mitchell both choreographed the composer's 'holberg suite' (and have so entitled their ballets).
anitra's dance has been done by both jean borlin and nikolai legat.
additionally mary wigman, doris humphrey and ted shawn have also used grieg.
and so on, w/ sundry other choreographers.
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