The Cervera MS is a main source to the study of Catalan and European dance. It consists of two sheets with describes eleven dances. Some descriptions list the steps and movements in Catalan and others, use a specific notation for choreography description.
Vaslav Nijinsky, "the King of Dance" was a great legend since the beginning of his career as a dancer. His extraordinary virtuosity and technique was perfect; as a choreographer, he created a new concept of dance that surprised the official culture and marked the beginning of modern ballet.
The score was composed for a ballet festival in 1980. On that occasion was the same composer who premiered the work at the piano. A score rich in contrasts sound, humour and evasion of the conventions that is structured in a way similar to an old suite.
Year of composition: 1980 Scoring: pf solo Pages: 36 Ref: TR00415
Price: 18.20 €
Author: Idoia Murga Castro
The author of this study has researched the work of artists dedicated to the scenography of dance during the Spanish "Silver Age" from the time the arrival of the Ballets russos of DIaghilev up until the outbreak of the Civil War.
Pages: 264 Ref: DL00855
Price: 31.00 €
Authors: Pol Ducable, Maria Salicrú-Maltas, Toni Braza, Coral Mas, Nicolau Guanyabens i Calvet
Price: 40.00 €
Author: Adrián Rodríguez van der Spoel
This book provides a transcription of the works, studied and analysed within their historical and social context. It emphasises the importance of the texts and stylistic features that would go unnoticed to the untrained eye.