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Photo card of Francis Poulenc, 1923

Photo card of Francis Poulenc, 1923

He writes "to the admirable Nijinska who made our "Bicher" so beautiful with my profound affection - Francis Poulenc -1923" (General)

Photograph of Tamara Karsavina and Serge Lifar in Romeo and Juliet, London, 1926, no photographer

Photograph of Tamara Karsavina and Serge Lifar in Romeo and Juliet, Lo...

Music by Lambert, choreography by Nijinska (General)

Photograph of Le Coq d'Or, n.d. (probably Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo), no photographer

Photograph of Le Coq d'Or, n.d. (probably Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo)...

music by Rimsky-Korsakov; choreography by Fokine (General)

Photograph of Adolph Bolm as Pierrot in Le Carnaval, n.d., no photographer

Photograph of Adolph Bolm as Pierrot in Le Carnaval, n.d., no photogra...

music by Schumann; choreography by Fokine (General)

Photograph of Aurora's Wedding, n.d. (later Ballet Russe Company); Raoul Barba, Monte-Carlo

Photograph of Aurora's Wedding, n.d. (later Ballet Russe Company); Rao...

music by Tchaikovsky, partly re-orchestrated by Stravinsky; choreography by Marius Petipa, arranged and with additional dances by Nijinska (General)

Ballets Russes (de M. Serge de Diaghilew)

Ballets Russes (de M. Serge de Diaghilew)

Théâtre National Opéra; Paris, France (venue) 1922 (date)

" Tetrad' N.4 prodolzhenie S.P. Diagileva i ego 1909-1929. (1921-1925) goda S.L. Grigo'ev." (On title page.)

" Tetrad' N.4 prodolzhenie S.P. Diagileva i ego 1909-1929. (1921-1925)...

[Notebook no. 2.] / Continuation. / S.P. Diaghilev / and his / "Russian Ballet" (i.e., Ballets Russes) / 1909-1929. / (the years 1921-1925) / S.L. Grigoriev." (General)

Les Tentations de la Bergère ou l'Amour Vainqueur 1

Les Tentations de la Bergère ou l'Amour Vainqueur 1

Costume design for Shepherdess in Les Tentations de la Bergère ou l'Amour Vainqueur (Content) 1923 (date)

Autograph notebook, 1926-1929 in the hand of Serge Diaghilev and his secretary, Boris Kochno

Autograph notebook, 1926-1929 in the hand of Serge Diaghilev and his s...

Includes lists of ballets with dates and locations, sketches for the ballet The Triumph of Neptune, details for music, and casting. (Content)

Ballet Russe de Serge de Diaghilew--Paris, London 1926 Romeo and Juliet; Noces

Ballet Russe de Serge de Diaghilew--Paris, London 1926 Romeo and Julie...

Scrapbook of clippings, reviews, programs, flyers, articles from London, Paris, Amsterdam, Saigon, and Rome (Content)

" Tetrad' N.5 Russkii Balet S.P. Diagileva 1909-1929. (1926-1929) S.L. Grigo'ev." (On title page.)

" Tetrad' N.5 Russkii Balet S.P. Diagileva 1909-1929. (1926-1929) S.L....

[Notebook no. 5.] / Russian Ballet (i.e., Ballets Russes) / 1909-1929. / (1926-1929) /, Cover reads "Iavia" [brand name of notebook]. (General)

Serge Grigoriev's photo album, 1928-1938

Serge Grigoriev's photo album, 1928-1938

Includes performance and informal photographs of a number of important figures associated with Diaghilev's Ballets Russes and the Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo, directed by Colonel W. deBasil, including George ... more

Scrapbook--Ballet Russe de Serge De Diaghilew--1921-1922-1923-1924

Scrapbook--Ballet Russe de Serge De Diaghilew--1921-1922-1923-1924

Scrapbook of clippings, reviews, programs, flyers, articles from London, Paris, New York, Rotterdam, Barcelona, Monaco that discuss virtually every production by Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 1921-1924. (Content)

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