The World of Serge Diaghilev

Chicago: Regnery, 1974. First. Hard Cover. First American edition. Cloth, 173 pps. with chronolgy, bibliography, index. Illustrated with 179 black and white and 23 color photos. Illustrated biographical work which examines the brilliant carrer of theatrical designer and ballet impresario Serge Diaghilev. When frustrated in his efforts to revamp Russia's Imperial Ballet, he founded the Ballets Russes, the first private, independent touring company in the world. Its debut in Paris in 1909 displayed the talents of balletic luminaries such as Fokine, Nijinsky and Pavlova. Fine in fine dust jacket. From the personal library of former New York City Opera managing director Daniel Rule and with his ownership signature on the front paste down. / Yes. Item #E2852B
ISBN: 0809283050

Price: $16.50

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