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Repertory In Review

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Thank you very much, ltraiger.

For those who don't know, "Repertory in Review" is subtitled "40 Years of the New York City Ballet," and surveys the choreography for Balanchine's American companies beginning with "Serenade" for Ballet Caravan in 1935 and proceeding through "Union Jack" for New York City Ballet in 1976. For every single ballet Balanchine and Robbins and guest choreographers made, Goldner gives dates, the names of the composers and decor and costume designers, first and noteworthy later casts, plus descriptive and analytical essays. For the major works she includes snippets of reviews and often photos. In addition the book includes introductory overviews of successive historical periods, plus essays on Balanchine himself and the School of American Ballet.

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