Description - Modern Dance in France (1920-70) by Jacqueline Robinson
Jacqueline Robinson has lived at the heart of the struggle for the recognition of the new-born dance of the 20th century. She has shared in the aspirations of a whole generation who has suffered from the lack of understanding of an establishment more inclined towards classical ballet. The changing landscape of modern French dance is chronicled in this publication, from the breaking of the soil in the 1920s, to the flowering in the 1960s. It recounts the events that made it possible for dance as an art form in Western countries to rise again as a fundamental expression of the human spirit.
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(235mm x 156mm x mm)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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