De Hartmann

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Reception and Influence - Gurdjieff's Pupils
... Jeanne de Salzmann, originally a teacher of dance, recognized as his deputy by many of Gurdjieff's other pupils ... was considered by some to be Gurdjieff's closest pupil, after Jeanne de Salzmann he was appointed for an undisclosed special task by Gurdjieff in the USA ... Thomas de Hartmann, a Russian composer and prominent student and collaborator of Gurdjieff, first met Gurdjieff in 1916 in Saint Petersburg ...
Gurdjieff - Ideas - Methods - Music
... which Gurdjieff arguably became best known, written in collaboration with Russian composer Thomas de Hartmann, is described as the Gurdjieff-de Hartmann music ... including orchestral versions of music prepared by Gurdjieff and de Hartmann for the Movements demonstrations of 1923-24 ... In all, Gurdjieff in collaboration with de Hartmann composed some 200 pieces ...
Olga De Hartmann - Music
... De Hartmann's four-act ballet La Fleurette Rouge was performed in 1906 ... was made possible thanks to a complete rearrangement by Gunther Schuller of de Hartmann's hitherto lost work ... It is not known whether de Hartmann completed a full score but it is clear why Constantin Stanislavski could not understand the work when de Hartmann proposed it for the Moscow Art Theater in 1914 ...