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The flower dance, of the Viennoise Children

Title
The flower dance, of the Viennoise Children [graphic].
Publication
New York : Atwill, [184-?]

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Still imageSupervised use *MGZFX Bra J Flo 1Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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Additional Authors
  • Brandard, John, 1812-1863.
  • Maretzek, Max, 1821-1897.
  • Sarony & Major. ltg
Description
1 print : chromolithograph; 33 x 26 cm. +
Summary
Sheet music cover illustration depicting members of Les Danseuses Viennoises in an ensemble dance with garlands of flowers, within a floral frame.
Alternative Title
Pas de fleurs
Subjects
Genre/Form
Sheet music covers.
Note
  • Caption title.
  • On score: Music by Maretzek.
  • Lith. & printed in colors, by Sarony & Major.
Source (note)
  • Cia Fornaroli.
Biography (note)
  • Les Danseuses viennoises was a troupe of child performers known for their precision dancing, organized by Josephine Weiss, ballet mistress at the Josephstadt Theatre in Vienna. The troupe, composed of thirty-six little girls, made its debut at the Paris Opéra in 1845.
  • This print reverses the image on a lithographed music cover for Le pas de fleurs, signed by the artist John Brandard and published in London by Jullien in the 1840s. This appealing image was also published without attribution by publishers other than Atwill.
Call Number
*MGZFX Bra J Flo 1
OCLC
  • 825122241
  • 825122241
Title
The flower dance, of the Viennoise Children [graphic].
Imprint
New York : Atwill, [184-?]
Biography
Les Danseuses viennoises was a troupe of child performers known for their precision dancing, organized by Josephine Weiss, ballet mistress at the Josephstadt Theatre in Vienna. The troupe, composed of thirty-six little girls, made its debut at the Paris Opéra in 1845.
This print reverses the image on a lithographed music cover for Le pas de fleurs, signed by the artist John Brandard and published in London by Jullien in the 1840s. This appealing image was also published without attribution by publishers other than Atwill.
Local Note
Cataloging funds provided by Friends of Jerome Robbins Dance Division.
For the signed music cover by John Brandard, see: *MGZFA Dan V Flo 1.
For another copy of this print, without music score, see: *MGZFA Dan V Flo 2.
Source
Gift; Cia Fornaroli.
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Added Author
Brandard, John, 1812-1863. Associated name
Maretzek, Max, 1821-1897. Composer
Sarony & Major. Lithographer
Fornaroli, Cia, 1888-1954. Donor
Research Call Number
*MGZFX Bra J Flo 1
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