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  • [Photographs]

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  • Miscellaneous manuscripts.

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  • Sleeping beauty, Act II (white act) Choreography: [Marius Petipa] Staged by: Mary Skeaping. Assisted by: Rosemary Valaire. Notated by: Lynne Weber, 1976. Music by: Tchaikovsky.

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    • [New York, Dance Notation Bureau, c1976]
    • 1976
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    Moving image *MGRN 77-628 through 77-632Offsite
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  • Russian ballet master : the memoirs of Marius Petipa / edited by Lillian Moore ; translated by Helen Whittaker.

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    • [1958?]
    • 1958
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    Text (S) *MGZMB-Res. 79-219Offsite

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  • Don Quixote pas de deux.

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    • [New York, Dance Notation Bureau] 1978.
    • 1978
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  • The halt of the cavalry: pas de deux.

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    • [New York, Dance Notation Bureau] 1979.
    • 1979
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  • The sleeping beauty ...

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    • [New York, Dance Notation Bureau] 1976-77.
    • 1976-1977
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    Text *ZBD-127 reel 102 reel 102Offsite
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  • Marius Petipa diaries, 1866-1907.

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    • 1866-1907
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    Moving image (S) *MGZMD 82Offsite

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  • Memuary.

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    • 1971
  • Raymonda - Variation I, Girl's (Demi-character) solo. Choreography by Marius Petipa. Taught by Fernand Nault. Notated by Ann Hutchinson for the Cecchetti Council. [New York] Dance Notation Bureau, c1961. 2 l. of diagrs. 30 cm.

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    • 1961
  • Bluebird - Girl's solo from Sleeping beauty. Choreography by Marius Petipa, as taught by Mary Skeaping. Notated by Ann Hutchinson. [New York] Dance Notation Bureau, c1963. 3 l. of diagrs. 30 cm.

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    • 1963
  • The nutcracker.

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    • 1975-1960
  • The sleeping beauty (La belle au bois dormant). Marius Petipa's scenario. Translated from Petipa's original notes by Joan Lawson.

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    • 1975-1943
  • Petipa cites his escapades in Spain.

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    • 1978-1846
  • Don Quixote Pas de deux. Choreography: Marius Petipa (1869) Music: Ludwig Minkus. As taught by: Royes Fernandez. Notator: Muriel Topaz (1978)

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    • [New York, Dance Notation Bureau, 1978]
    • 1978
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    Text *MGRN 79-1805Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • The halt of the cavalry: Pas de deux. Choreography: Marius Petipa (1896) as taught by Pyotr Andreivich Gusev. Music: Johann Arnsheimer. Notation: Muriel Topaz, Varna, Bulgaria (1979)

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    • [New York] Dance Notation Bureau [1979]
    • 1979
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    Text *MGRN 80-1854Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • Raymonda, Act III. As performed by Bolshoi Ballet Company. Choreography by Marius Petipa, revised by Alexander Gorsky. Music by Alexander Glazunov. Notated (in rough draft) by Richard Holden.

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    • [n. p., 1969]
    • 1969
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    Text *MGRN 80-1907, no. 15-29Offsite

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  • La bayadère [Shade scene] Choreography by Marius Petipa. Staged by Natalia Makarova (after Kirov version) Music by Ludvig Minkus. Production: American Ballet Theatre ... Benesh notated score by Richard Holden.

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    • [n.p., 1977]
    • 1977
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    Text *MGRN 80-1907, no. 1-14.Offsite

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  • Bayaderka (La Bayadère) Complete Act 4 (Kingdom of Shades) [Choreography by Petipa, staged by Richard Holden. Music by Minkus. Designed by George Auble.

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    • n.p., 1975]
    • 1975
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    Text *MGRN 80-1907, no. 1-14.Offsite

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  • Six fairy variations from the Prologue of the ballet The sleeping beauty ...

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    • New York, M. Witmark, c1961.
    • 1961
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    Text *ZBD-127 reel 103 reel 103Offsite
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  • The lilac fairy; The sleeping beauty, prologue: Pas de six, variation VI ...

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    • Irvine, Calif., Movement Shorthand Society, c1973.
    • 1973
  • The rose adagio; The sleeping beauty, Act I, scene II, Pas d'action, adagio.

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    • Irvine, Calif., Movement Shorthand Society, c1974.
    • 1974
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    Text *MGRN 83-812Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • Memorias de Petipa.

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    • 1990
  • The diaries of Marius Petipa / edited, translated, and introduced by Lynn Garafola.

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    • 1992
  • Petipa's Don Quixote : the 1871 libretto, translated by Roland John Wiley.

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    • 1993
  • Russian ballet master; some reminiscences by Marius Petipa.

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    • 1958
  • Russian ballet master, the memoirs of Marius Petipa. Edited by Lillian Moore, translated by Helen Whittaker.

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    • London, A. & C. Black [1958]
    • 1958
  • The czardas from Swan lake, act III [microform]. Choreography by M. Petipa, as re-produced by Nicholas Sergueff for the Sadler's Wells Ballet. Notation by Richard Ellis & Christine Du Boulay.

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    • [n.p., n.d.]
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    Text *ZBD-*MGO p.v. 20-27Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • The grand pas de deux from Don Quixote. Music by Ludwig Minkus. Notation by Richard Ellis and Christine Du Boulay.

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    • [New York, 1959]
    • 1959
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  • Six fairy variations from the Prologue of the ballet The sleeping beauty by Tschaikovsky. Choreography by Marius Petipa; reconstructed by Mary Skeaping. Labanotation by Ann Hutchinson.

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    • New York, M. Witmark, 1961.
    • 1961
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    Text *MGRN (Six fairy variations...)Offsite
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  • The dance of Red-Riding Hood and the wolf, from The sleeping beauty, act III. Music by P. Tchaikovsky. Notation by Richard & Christine Ellis.

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    • [New York? 1959?]
    • 1959
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  • The waltz from The sleeping beauty, act 1 [microform]. Choreography [by] Marius Petipa; annotated by Richard Ellis and Christine Du Boulay.

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    • [n.p., n.d.]
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    Text *ZBD-*MGO p.v. 20-27Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • The pas de deux by sugar plum fairy and the nutcracker prince. Nutcracker prince variation. Dance of the sugar plum fairy.

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    • [New York? 1959?]
    • 1959
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  • The second girl's variation from the pas de trois in Swan lake, act I [microform]. Choreography by Marius Petipa as re-produced by Nicholas Sergueff for the Sadler's Wells Ballet. Notation by Richard Ellis and Christine Du Boulay.

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    • [n.p., n.d.]
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    Text *ZBD-*MGO p.v. 20-27Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • The mazurka [and] The fiancée's dance, from Swan lake, act III. Music by P. I. Tschaikovsky. Notation by Richard Ellis and Christine Du Boulay.

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    • [New York? 1959]
    • 1959
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  • The first girl's variation from the pas de trois in Swan lake, act I [microform]. Choreography by Marius Petipa as re-produced by Nicholas Sergueff for the Sadler's Wells Co. Notation by Richard Ellis & Christine Du Boulay.

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    • [n.p., n.d.]
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    Text *ZBD-*MGO p.v. 20-27Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • The farandole, from The sleeping beauty, act II [microform]. Choreography by Marius Petipa; notation by Richard & Christine Ellis.

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    • [n.p., n.d.]
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    Text *ZBD-*MGO p.v. 20-27Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • The fairy of the woodland glades [microform], from The sleeping beauty (prologue). Choreography by Marius Petipa; notation by Richard & Christine Ellis.

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    • [n.p., n.d.]
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  • [Programs]

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    • 1845
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    Text *MGZBPerforming Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • Harlekins millioner; ballet i to akter. Mimik og dans komponeret af Emilie Walbom. Musiken af Richard Drigo [microform].

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    • Kobenhavn, Schubotheske Forlag, 1906.
    • 1906
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    Text *MGT p.v. 2, no. 18Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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    Text *ZBD-*MGTZ p.v. 1-7Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • Le marché des innocents; ballet-pantomime en un acte de M. Petipa. Musique de M. Pugni. Décor de Mm. Cambon et Thierry. Représenté à Paris, sur le Théâtre impérial de l'Opéra, le 29 mai 1861.

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    • Paris, V. Jonas, 1861.
    • 1861
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    Text *MGTZ-Res. (Le marche des innocents)Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • Memuary Marīusa Petipa, solista Ego Imperatorskago Velichestva i baletmeĭster Imperatorskikh teatrov.

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    • S.-Peterburg, Tip. Spb. T-va "Trud," 1906.
    • 1906
    • 1 Item
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    Text *MGYB (Petipa) 73-112Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • Russian ballet master; the memoirs of Marius Petipa. Edited by Lillian Moore. Translated by Helen Whittaker.

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    • New York, Macmillan [c1958]
    • 1958
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    Text *MGYB (Petipa) 76-101Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • Russian ballet master; the memoirs of Marius Petipa. Edited by Lillian Moore. Translated by Helen Whittaker.

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    • London, Dance Books [c1958]
    • 1958
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    Text *MGYB (Petipa) 76-102Offsite
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  • Raymonda.

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    • 1975-1976
  • Pas de trois from act one of Swan lake / as taught by Mary Skeaping ; Labanotation by Ann Hutchinson.

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    • c1951.
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  • Swan lake, act two / Labanotation by Lynne Weber.

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    • 1972-73, c1974.
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  • Neapolitan dance from Swan lake, act three / Labanotation by Ann Hutchinson.

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    • c1957.
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  • The black swan grand pas de deux from Swan lake, act three / Labanotation by Ann Hutchinson.

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    • c1957.
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  • Mémoires / Marius Petipa ; traduits du russe et complétés par Galia Ackerman et Pierre Lorrain.

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    • Arles : Actes Sud, c1990.
    • 1990
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    Text *MGYB (Petipa) 14-931Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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