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INDEX Adams, Carolyn, 70 Age of Anxiety, 126 Agon, 13, 92, 93 Alison, Archibald, 49, 51, 53, 55 Allen, Woody, 157 "Among School Children" (Yeats), 161 Anderson, Jack, 145 antivirtuosity, 71 Apuleius, 45 arabesques, classical style and, 155 Arden Court, 70 Aristotle, 23, 24, 27, 84, 161 Armelagos, Adina, 149-150 Arnheim, Rudolf, 66, 95-96 Ashley, Merrill, 121 Ashton, Sir Frederick: on ballet, 7 as choreographer, 35, 70, 96, 113-114, 133 on Sleeping Beauty, 12-13 Swan Lake choreographed by, 9 audience: changes in, 7, 38, 98, 139-142 choreography affected by, 5, 6, 10, 37, 142, 152 conventions alien to, 36 experience of, 4, 57, 65, 159 kinesthetic response of, 68-69, 95 knowledge of performer's skills in, 6f Maryinsky vs. contemporary, 36-39 Augustine, Saint, 46, 87 Aureole, 112 Balanchine, George, 121, 122, 123, 134, 155, 156, 158 on ballet, 7-8, 113 as choreographer, 12-13, >4, 35. 71 , 72 . 91-92, 96, 99-100, 155 Swan Lake choreographed by, 9 , 3 5 ballerinas, choreography for, 143 ballet: classical, 30-32, 115, 118-125, 131, 154, 155 as commodity, 6 competition in, 65 constitutive vs. contingent properties of, 12, 15 court, 89 definitions of, 23, 25, 118-119 i88 / Index ballet: (continued) eighteenth-century, 30-31, 63, 72, 89, 99, 115, 141 five positions in, 119 history of, 30-35, 38, 63-64, 115, 128-129 identity of work in, 10-15, 147-149, 159-160 machines in, 27, 72 modern, 129-130 modern dance vs., 115, 118-134 nineteenth-century, 27, 30, 31, 72, 113, 115, 149 as performing art, 6-7, 11-12, 15, 36, 159-160 personality in, 6-7, 38, 112, 159 sixteenth-century, 23, 63, 88-89 star system in, 6, 38, 149 twentieth-century, 32 vocabulary of, 125 see also classical style; dance Ballet Comique de la Reine, 23, 88-89 ballet d'action, 25 Ballet for All, 140 Banes, Sally, 71, 129 Barfield, Owen, 33 Barnes, Clive, 93, 132 Baron, August, 75, 162 Baronova, Irina, 74 Baryshnikov, Mikhail, 38, 152 batterie, 145 Batteux, Charles, 22 Bayadere, La, 8 Bayer, Raymond, 49, 50, 52, 153 Beardsley, Monroe, 29, 84 Beaujoyeulx, Balthazar dc, 23, 88-89 Bell, Clive, 15 Benno, 5, 8, 152 Best, David, 65, 66 Bharata Natya, 120, 124 Billy the Kid, 156 Bjorn, Dina, 151 Blasis, Carlo, 49 Bluebeard, 63, 74 Bolshoi Ballet, 9, 134 Bolshoi Theatre, 3 Bortoluzzi, Paolo, 127 Botticelli, Sandro, 46 Bouissac, Paul, 71 Bourmeister, Vladimir, 9, 157 Bournonville, August, 121, 122, 125, 144, 145, 151-152 Brinson, Peter, 140 broderies, 52, 153 Brown, Carolyn, 33—34, 93 Brown, Trisha, 128, 147 Bruhn, Erik, 8, 127, 152, 159 Buckle, Richard, 99 Bullough, Edward, 71 Cage, John, 52 Cage, The, 121 Camargo, Marie, 64, 69 Carroll, Noel, 91 Chaconne, 123 character dances, 36-37 Charlip, Remy, 147 Childs, Lucinda, 26 Choo San Goh, 130, 132 choreographers: classical style and, 124-125 conceptual, 36, 93-94, 126 dramatic, 95, 97 formalist, 94, 97 function of, 30 limitations of, 112-114 pedestrian, 71 symbolist, 128 choreography: audience influence on, 5, 6, 10, 37, 142, 152 music and, 74, 75, 91-92, 157 of nineteenth-century Swan Lake, 3-6 of Nutcracker, 83-84, 90-91, 97-98 performance vs., 4, 7, 147-149, 160 Circles, 132 clarity: in classical style, 122-123 complexity vs., 52 classical style, 115, 119-134 clarity in, 122-123 dancer's discipline and training in, 123-124, 154 definitions of, 119, 124 grace in, 124 outwardness in, 119-120 self-revealing nature of, 123 stylization in, 34 Swan Lake as exemplar of, 133—134 verticality in, 120-121 virtuosity in, 121-122 vocabulary of, 125, 154-155 Western culture and, 131 Clytemnestra, 85 Colette, 123 Collingwood, R. G., 86 Index I 189 conceptual artists, 36, 93-94 Concerto Barocco, 100 control, grace and, 49, 50, 54, 55-56 costumes, 55, 90, 132, 146, 158 Cranko, John, 8 "Critics' Sabbath," 99 Croce, Arlene, 71, 94, 132, 139 Cunningham, Merce: as choreographer, 33-34, 54-55, 93, 96, 115, 129, 131, 132-133, 146-147 on dance, 55, 92-93, 126 dance: as art, 15, 22-24, 36 athletic movements vs., 63—68 contemporary categories of, 115 definitions of, 21, 23, 25, 26, 28, 84 economy of movement in, 28, 29 everyday movements and, see ordinary movement evolution of, 30-35, 38, 63-64, 88-89, 115, 128 functions of, 21 genres of, 118 historical views of, 22-39, 87 as language, 86...


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