2 edition of Letters from the maestro: Enrico Cecchetti to Gisella Caccialanza. found in the catalog.
Letters from the maestro: Enrico Cecchetti to Gisella Caccialanza.
|Statement||Translated from the Italian by Gisella Caccialanza. Edited by Sally Bailey.|
|Series||Dance perspectives,, 45|
|Contributions||Caccialanza, Gisella, 1914-|
|LC Classifications||GV1580 .D27 no. 45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||70153409|
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Letters from the Maestro: Enrico Cecchetti to Gisella CaccialanzaAuthor: Sally; Editor Bailey. Gisella Caccialanza (Septem – J ) was an American prima ballerina and teacher who danced in theater, opera and film productions.
She studied ballet under Italian teacher Giovanni Rosi, and then with ballet dancer Enrico Cecchetti at La Scala in Milan, lanza danced with Viennese choreographer Albertina Rasch, the School of American Ballet, the New Opera.
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Inthe publication of Letters from the Maestro: Enrico Cecchetti to Gisella Caccialanza in Dance Perspectives marked a turning point for dance historiography.
Edited by Sally Bailey and translated by Caccialanza herself, the letters charted the history of Cecchetti’s relationship with one of his favourite pupils, thus providing a. The Cecchetti legacy: an analysis and description of the Cecchetti method of classical ballet by Ann Hutchinson Guest (Book) Letters from the maestro: Enrico Cecchetti to Gisella Caccialanza by Enrico Cecchetti (Book).
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts > Italian Dance Treasures from the Cia Fornaroli Collection Bibliography (English language) Compiled by Lynn Garafola. Bailey, Sally, ed. "Letters from the Maestro: Enrico Cecchetti to Gisella Caccialanza.".
ISBN E-Book This is Sally Bailey Jasperson’s third publication on dance. The first came out under the imprimatur of Selma Jeanne Cohen’s Dance Perspectives quarterly and comprised Sally’s editing of Letters from the Maestro: Enrico Cecchetti to Gisella Caccialanza.
Jasperson began to write before her marriage, and with help from writer Renee Renouf and editor-mentor Melda Ludlow, produced articles for regional magazines. She edited “Letters from the Maestro: Enrico Cecchetti to Gisella Caccialanza.” Caccialanza, a friend, translated the letters from the : Joyce Hollister.
The Cecchetti method of classical ballet: theory and technique by Cyril W Beaumont (Book) Letters from the maestro: Enrico Cecchetti to Gisella Caccialanza by Enrico Cecchetti (Book).
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In she was appointed Director of La Scala Ballet School in succession from Enrico Cecchetti, who had considered her one of the best students of his method and expressed the wish that she should follow him.
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Gisella Caccialanza was born in San Diego, California, and studied ballet in Los Angeles under Giovanni Rosi, and then under Enrico Cecchetti in Milan from Returning to the USA several years later (), she worked with the noted choreographer, Albertina Rasch, and then became a member of the American Ballet under George Balanchine ().
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The New York.Caccialanza, Gisella– ( – ) Italian-American ballerina Gisella Caccialanza was born in San Diego, California, and studied ballet in Los Angeles under Giovanni Rosi, and then under Enrico Cecchetti in Milan from Returning to the USA several years later (), she worked with the noted choreographer, Albertina Rasch, and then.CECCHETTI, Enrico.
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