Slaughter on Tenth Ave.
Posted 18 June 2001 - 04:28 PM
Posted 18 June 2001 - 05:06 PM
There's a nice anecdote in "I Remember Balanchine" about it. Rodgers asked Balanchine what kind of music he wanted for the dance, and Balanchine said, "No, you write. I do," much to Rodgers' surprise and pleasure. So Rodgers wrote and Balanchine did.
[ 06-18-2001: Message edited by: dirac ]
Posted 18 June 2001 - 05:26 PM
Posted 18 June 2001 - 05:40 PM
Posted 19 June 2001 - 02:17 AM
As for the new set designs - who would have authorized such a radical change? If the ballet is owned by, for example, the Balanchine Trust (and I don't know if it is), wouldn't some permutation of the original set designs be protected along with the choreography?
Posted 19 June 2001 - 07:38 AM
Posted 20 June 2001 - 12:50 PM
Originally posted by Roma:
Suzanne Farell's group will do it in Washington this fall.
boston Ballet will perform it this coming season as well
Posted 20 June 2001 - 01:13 PM
Originally posted by dirac:
"Slaughter " was the Act II ballet, and it was one of the first (and may in fact have been the first, but I'd have to check)
Agnes deMille's choreography for Oklahoma! is generally considered to have been the first.
Posted 20 June 2001 - 09:56 PM
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