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Am I Damned?: Part 2
CAVEAT: It is impossible to answer a "theological" question simply and correctly at the same time. The reason for this is the fact that the theological arena involves reality not only beyond our capacity to adequately express, but even beyond that,...
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View Curriculum Vitae - UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance
Valentin Parnakh, the Apostle of Eccentric Dance," Experiment #2 (1996), pp. 423-434. "Percy Mackaye's Masque of Caliban," The Drama Review (T70) June ...
Volume I
Valentin Parnakh (1891-195 1). "I will make your heaven as iron . .
Dance, Film, and the Ballets Russes - Academic Commons
Recalling his foxtrot lessons with Valentin Parnakh in 1921, he wrote: 'in contradistinction to the dances of my youth, with their strictly prescribed patterns and ...
View/Open - Brandeis IR
The poet Valentin Parnakh recalled one scene in his 1919 poem, “Deportees:”. By invoice and side by side! Lie Jews in cattle-‐car fetidity,.
The noise of time : the prose of Osip Mandelstam - Monoskop
The portrait of Valentin Yakovlevich Parnakh on p. 132, discussed ... for the only time) as the frontispiece to a book of Parnakh's poems (Karabkaetsja akrobat,.

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Jazz to Get a Triumphant Welcome in Moscow
Jazz came to Russia as long as 90 years ago. In 1922, the poet, dancer and translator Valentin Parnakh gathered an ensemble with a straight-forward name, the First Jazz Band of the Republic.
Russian jazz: a brief history
Jazz was first heard in Moscow on October 1, 1922. Poet, choreographer and musician Valentin Parnakh's band drove the capital mad for it. In 1926, renowned saxophonist Sidney Bechet appeared at the Moscow Music Hall and the city soon soon had its ...
Brief History of Jazz in Russia
The first jazz orchestra of Russia was founded in 1922 in Moscow by poet, translator, dancer and theatre worker Valentin Parnakh and was titled “The RSFSR First Eccentric Orchestra Jazz Band of Valentin Parnakh”.
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Valentin Parnakh e sua jazz band, em 1922: antes permitido pelo governo, o jazz acabou se tornando ilegal na URSS com o advento de Stalin e reabilitado apenas após sua morte, no final da década de 1950. (Foto: Wikipédia). Havia uma única gravadora ...

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