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Author Sokolow, Anna.

Title Ballade / choreography, Anna Sokolow ; music by Alexander Scriabin ; text and labanotation by Ray Cook ; edited by Ann Hutchinson Guest.

Published Yverdon, Switzerland ; Langhorne, Pa. : Gordon and Breach, [1993]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank SpC  792.82 Sok  3 HR LOAN  NOT FOR LOAN
Physical description xiv, 151 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.
Series Language of dance series, 0888-1286 ; no. 5.
Language of dance series. 0888-1286 ; no. 5.
Notes Includes index.
Summary "This volume publishes Anna Sokolow's Ballade in Labanotation for the first time. It is a dance which explores youth and its discoveries, following the restlessness and inconclusiveness of young love to a final sombre note. The complete score is accompanied by detailed study and performance notes, historical background and photographs. Since moving to New York in 1961, Ray Cook has worked as a dancer and notator with many leading choreographers and has dedicated himself to working with Labanotation. He has directed major dance works from score, restaged many which had been considered lost and proven through his work that Labanotation is an essential means of preserving our dance heritage. He is currently an Associate Professor of Dance at Vassar College." -- Publisher description.
Local note Lenton Parr Library Special Collection copy is inscribed: "Read. Don't try any of the steps ..., Ray" on half title page. SpC copy donated by Harry Haythorne.
Other author Scriabin, Aleksandr Nikolayevich, 1872-1915.
Guest, Ann Hutchinson.
Cook, Ray, 1934-
Subject Dance notation.
Ballade (Dance)
Local author Cook, Ray, 1934- Signer.
Local donor Haythorne, Harry, 1926-2014 Donor.
ISBN 2881249124
2881249132 (paperback)