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- What Constitutes a Dance?: Investigating the Constitutive Properties
- Investigating the Constitutive Properties of Antony Tudor's Dark Elegies. By: Ann Dils. Dils, A.
- Conference 2011 Bios Judith Chazin-Bennahum
- Principal Soloist with the Metropolitan Opera Ballet Company when Antony Tudor was Director of Ballet. Ms.
- 2011 Museum Brochure - National Museum of Dance & Hall of Fame
- Images: (Top row, left to right) C.V.
- Alabama Ballet
- legendary choreographers Agnes de Mille, Antony Tudor and the Ballet's own Roger Van Fleteren. American.
- August Newsletter 2011
- Frederick Ashton, Antony Tudor, and. Agnes de Mille. Over the years Rambert's group changed names.
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- Square Dance
- De Mille was part of a generation of dance luminaries, including George Balanchine, Martha Graham, Jerome Robbins, and Antony Tudor.
Suggested Web Resources
- Antony Tudor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Antony Tudor in Gala Performance, photographed by Carl Van Vechten, 1941.
- The Antony Tudor Ballet Trust
- Antony Tudor Ballet Trust - Dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the ballets of choreographer Antony Tudor.
- Antony Tudor - ABT
- Antony Tudor, one of the giants of twentieth century choreography, began dancing professionally with Ballet Rambert in London.
- Andros on Ballet - Anthony Tudor
- Antony Tudor's real name was William Cook and when he decided to change his name he figured he might as well take the name of the royal family.
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