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In this weekly feature, Ill share a weekly guest with you all, and you tell me in three words what come to mind.
In three words...
Know The Name
Nijinsky, Diaghilev, Ballet-Russes
exceptional ballet choreographer
expressive, talented, pristine.
Father of Ballet!World renowned talent.
I really need my opera glasses.I read that as World Endowed talent.
enamored of self
Nutcracker, Stravinsky, Inspirational.I loved and adore the man. What I loved the most was Balanchine created plotless ballets, where the dancing upstaged glitz and storytelling. His work never featured a star, as he believed the performance should outshine the individual. I miss that these days.
mechanical, professional, renowned.
Elegant, Committed ,Dedicated
Chor E Ographer... Does that count?
Ballet beyond everything!Jx
Hand drill? Seriously?
famous entertainer... um...
Bad carpenter, ballet
artist of balletLove,Janie
Legendary Ballet Choreographer
elegant, committed and dedicated.
Agile, Graceful, Intricate.I always find this post intresting each week to see if others comment using words about what the person did, or if they use adjectives to use about what the person did for a living, or their personality.
10th Avenue Slaughter.
Music Made Visible[What's he screwing... other than young ballerinas... and what's with the arm?]
He had normal arms, the photo was done as a series by the photographer George Platt Lynes. I think he did something to the arm as part of the series, as Ballachine had no visible defects. But he had a terrible death with the rare, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. I don't think he had affairs with the ballerinas either. If so, no one ever said, though he was married four times.
Don't know him.
Brace and bit.
Very handsome man.
I cannot say this in three words: we used to attend the Arizona Ballet and they always did one show of "All Balanchine"it was always my favorite of the season. I miss it.
I bet that was a lovely showing Spo.
Talented dancer choreographer.
Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!