Format Books
Contributors New York World Telegram
Sanborn, Pitts
Dates 1935
Location New York
Subjects American Provincials: Act of Piety
Dance in Four Parts: Quest, Derision, Dream, Sportive Tragedy
Formal Dance
Frontier
Frontiers (Perspective No. 1)
Graham, Martha
Imperial Gesture
Perspectives: Frontier and Marching Song
Praeludium No. 2
Transitions
Title
Dance Group in Program at the Guild
Contributor Names
Sanborn, Pitts (author)
Created / Published
New York World Telegram, New York, November 11, 1935.
Subject Headings
-  Graham, Martha
-  American Provincials: Act of Piety
-  Dance in Four Parts: Quest, Derision, Dream, Sportive Tragedy
-  Transitions
-  Formal Dance
-  Imperial Gesture
-  Perspectives: Frontier and Marching Song
-  Frontiers (Perspective No. 1)
-  Frontier
-  Praeludium No. 2
Notes
-  From New York World Telegram of November 11, 1935. Review of performance of November 10, 1935. (General)
-  Reproduced with permission of Martha Graham Resources, a division of The Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, www.marthagraham.org. (Copyright Notice)
Form
clipping
Extent
1 p., 2 x 10 in.
Repository
Music Division
Other Formats
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/loc.natlib.ihas.200153876/mets.xml
LC Classification
Martha Graham Collection Box 311, #63


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