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Lifar

Serge . 1905--86, Russian ballet dancer and choreographer: ballet master at the Paris Opera Ballet (1932--58). His ballets include Prom?th?e (1929), Icare (1935), and Ph?dre (1950)
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Chysges i fawr ar y daith honno, dim ond syllu ar y lifar coch a hyderu na ddeuai'r ddyletswydd i'm rhan.
Lifar described Suite en Blanc as "pure dance" and through it aimed "to present the innovations of our times.
El ballet Icare se habia convertido en un hito de Lifar desde su estreno en 1935, un emblema de la puesta en practica de los principios que habia defendido en su ensayo Manifeste du choregraphe, escrito el mismo ano, resumidos en la preeminencia e independencia de la danza sobre las demas artes en un espectaculo.
His first love affair was with a male cousin, but most of his lovers were dancers--Nijinsky, Leonide Massine, Serge Lifar, and the list goes on--and many of them left him to marry women.
Spotts is particularly harsh on those such as the ballet master Serge Lifar and the pianist Alfred Cortot whom he portrays as having been enthusiastic collaborators.
His dances for Alice Nikitina and Serge Lifar in Charles B.
Stravinsky wrote earth-shattering music, Lifar and Massine created the appropriate choreography to fit his revolutionary scores - and all of it for Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes.
Clearly a highly talented horse, if a nightmare to get on the track, Alcazar showed smart form that day to win in good style from Serge Lifar and Give Notice, who both went on to win Group races.
Cada vez tenemos mas estudiantes que sufren de ataques de panico," afirma David Lifar, director de la Fundacion Indra Devi.
40) created a decent impression when scoring at Bath last Tuesday and the runner-up Serge Lifar has since given the form an almighty boost.
Richard Hannon's horses are on the road back, as Jentzen showed when storming home at the big meeting while Serge Lifar made up for an unlucky Bath defeat at Salisbury.