Nijinsky

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Ballets By Vaslav Nijinsky - Biography - Later Life
... The start of World War I meant that Nijinsky became an enemy Russian citizen under house arrest and could not leave the country ... Diaghilev started negotiations for Nijinsky to work once more for the company in October 1914, but could not obtain Nijinsky's release until 1916 after complex negotiations ... Nijinsky arrived in New York 4 April 1916 ...
Ballets By Vaslav Nijinsky - Cultural Depictions - In Music
... A verse of the song "Dancing" from the album Mask (1981) by the Bauhaus refers to Nijinsky "...Dancing on hallowed ground/Dancing Nijinsky style/Dancing with the lost and found..." ...
Nijinsky (film)
... Nijinsky is a 1980 American biographical film directed by Herbert Ross ... centers on the later life and career of Vaslav Nijinsky, used the legendary dancer's personal diaries and his wife's 1933 book Life of Nijinsky as his primary source materials ...
List Of Dancers - N
... Vaslav Fomich Nijinsky (March 12, 1889 – April 8, 1950) was a Polish ballet dancer and choreographer ... Nijinsky was one of the most gifted male dancers in history, and he became celebrated for his virtuosity and for the depth and intensity of his characterizations ... as one of the greatest male ballet dancers of the 20th century, alongside Maris Liepa, Vaslav Nijinsky, Alexander Godunov and Mikhail Baryshnikov.Despite his late start, he was ...
Ballets By Vaslav Nijinsky - Legacy
... Nijinsky's daughter Kyra married the Ukrainian conductor Igor Markevitch, and they had a son named Vaslav ... Nijinsky's Diary was written during the six weeks he spent in Switzerland before being committed to the asylum, combining elements of autobiography ... Nijinsky writes of the importance of feeling, as opposed to reliance on reason and logic alone, and he denounces the practice of art criticism as being nothing more than a way for those who ...