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Thema: »Sergei Djagilew«

Sergei Pawlowitsch Djagilew
(* 31. März 1872; † 19. August) war ein schwuler russischer Herausgeber, Kunstkritiker, Kurator und Impresario.
Die von ihm gegründeten Ballets Russes setzten neue künstlerische Maßstäbe, die er insbesondere gemeinsam mit Vaslav Nijinsky entwickelte, mit dem er auch liiert war.

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Paul Russell: Das unwirkliche Leben des Sergej Nabokow

Paul Russell: Das unwirkliche Leben des Sergej Nabokow

Dt. v. Matthias Frings. D 2017, 320 S. geb, € 24.67
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Männerschwarm - Edition Salzgeber
Eine behütete Kindheit im zaristischen Russland, Flucht vor der Revolution, Ausschweifungen in der Pariser Boheme und Tod im KZ Neuengamme: Von 1900 bis 1945 durchlebt Sergej Nabokow bewegte Zeiten. In seiner aristokratischen Familie ist der unmännliche, stotternde Junge ein Außenseiter. Auf seiner Flucht verschlägt es ihn über Cambridge und Berlin nach Paris. Dort bekommt er Zugang zu den Kreisen Cocteaus, ... Weiterlesen

Lucy Moore: Nijinsky

Lucy Moore: Nijinsky

UK 2014, 324 pp., brochure, € 15.95
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Arguably the greatest dancer of the 20th century, Vaslav Nijinsky transformed the world of ballet. On stage he blazed a trail as the first male star of the modern era, with critics and audiences hailing him the »God of the Dance«. In his brief career as choreographer, his astonishing modernist compositions - most controversially, »Le sacre du printemps« - had ... Weiterlesen

Paul Russell: The Unreal Life of Sergey Nabokov

Paul Russell: The Unreal Life of Sergey Nabokov

USA 2011, 383 pp., brochure, € 18.95
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Cleis
Russell's protagonist is an outsider because of his sexuality. He is the eyewitness to world-changing events and manages to find a place for himself at the heart of the creative life of his times. Russell gives us incisive portraits of Cocteau, Diaghilev, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas and their Charmed Circle, and Vladimir and Véra Nabokov, and glimpses into ... Weiterlesen

Jane Pritchard (ed.): Diaghilev and the Golden Age of the Ballet Russes, 1909-1929

Jane Pritchard (ed.): Diaghilev and the Golden Age of the Ballet Russes, 1909-1929

UK/USA 2010, 240 pp. illustrated, hardbound, € 38.00
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Serge Diaghilev was an extraordinarily gifted impresario, curator, director and animator of the arts. He was perfectly at home driving the wave of creative energy that pushed theatrical performance to the cutting edge of cultural activity in the early 20th century and perfectly placed to export Russian culture to a thrilled and expectant Western Europe. Active in Europe and America ... Weiterlesen

Sjeng Scheijen: Diaghilev

Sjeng Scheijen: Diaghilev

A Life. UK 2010, 552pp. illustrated, brochure, € 20.99
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Diaghilev turns up everywhere ballet and modern art are discussed, wrapped in a broad ribbon declaring him »Impresario extraordinaire«. This man from Russia founded and directed the revolutionary dance company Ballet Russes and brought Nijinksky and Stravinsky to the stages of Europe to riotous effect. With unique access to Russian archives and a passion for researching the lives of the ... Weiterlesen

Joy Melville: Diaghilev and Friends

Joy Melville: Diaghilev and Friends

UK 2009, 290 pp., hardbound, € 26.95
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At the beginning of the 20th century Sergei Diaghilev stormed Paris with an operatic production that sounded the trumpets of the coming of the Russian artistic avantgarde. Not much later he created the magical and now legendary »Ballets Russes«. In Paris and London Diaghilev drew together a talented group of like-minded artists such as Picasso, Bakst and Fokine, the dancers ... Weiterlesen

Sergej Diaghilew: Apologie der Avantgarde

Sergej Diaghilew: Apologie der Avantgarde

Memoiren aus dem Nachlass. Dt.v. Matthias Müller. D 2009, 116 S., Broschur, € 18.50
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Sergej Diaghilew, legendärer Gründer und Impresario der Ballets Russes, eroberte Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts die Opernhäuser der Welt mit seinen ebenso innovativen wie schillernden Tanzproduktionen. Mit viel Gespür engagierte er junge Künstler wie Vaclaw Nijinsky, Anna Pawlowa, Strawinsky, Ravel, Cocteau oder Picasso. Manchen von ihnen verhalf er zum internationalen Durchbruch. Sie stellten die herrschenden künstlerischen Konventionen in Frage und revolutionierten ... Weiterlesen

Peter Stoneley: A Queer History of the Ballet

Peter Stoneley: A Queer History of the Ballet

UK/USA 2007, 206 pp., brochure, € 33.95
Kostenloser Versand innerhalb Europas.
Taylor and Francis
There has long been a popular perception of a connection between ballet and homosexuality, a connection that, for strategic reasons, has often been denied by those in the dance world. This book focuses on how, as makers and as audiences, queer men and women have helped to develop many of the texts, images, and legends of ballet. Further, the book ... Weiterlesen

Claude J. Summers (ed.): The Queer Encyclopedia of Music, Dance and Musical Theater

Claude J. Summers (ed.): The Queer Encyclopedia of Music, Dance and Musical Theater

USA 2004, 303 pp., brochure, € 29.95
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Drawn from the fascinating online encyclopedia of queer arts and culture, which »The Advocate« dubbed the »Encyclopedia Britanniqueer« - this compendium of all things queer and beautiful features over 200 articles on composers, choreographers, singers, musicians, and dancers across the eras and styles. Perfect for settling arguments of for a serene hour by a sunny window, this is the kind ... Weiterlesen

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