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- Sites related to Auguste Bournonville (in English, unless otherwise stated)
The site of the Festival at Copenhagen in 2005, to mark the bicentennial of Auguste Bournonville's birth.
Official Bournonville site, set up in 2001.
International Bartholin Seminar at Copenhagen, summer courses in Bournonville and other techniques
Official site of the Royal Theatre, Copenhagen (in English)
Artistic Director of the Royal Ballet, Copenhagen
Thomas Lund, principal of the Royal Theatre, Copenhagen
Historian and musicologist Knud Arne Juergensen (in Danish)
Vera Volkova (English)
With many essay-length articles. Edited by V. Uralskaya (English and Russian)
(English and Russian)
Maryinskii Theatre, Saint Petersburg, (in English)
Official site of the Vaganova School in Saint Petersburg, (in Russian only)
Official site of the Bolshoi Theatre, (in English)
A site devoted to Professor Natalia Dudinskaya (in English)
Webpage on Charles Didelot, the French ballet master, posted on the site http://www.aha.ru/~vladmo, (in English)
Site of the Flemish historian Marc Haegeman. Fascinating portraits of the great Russian artists
Official site of the Paris Opera
Centre de Danse du Maris, open classes seven days a week 365 days a year
(French and English)
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Ballet Dictionary of the American Ballet Theatre (click, and the step will appear, demonstrated by a member of ABT)
New York City Ballet home page
Willis Ballet home page
Kenneth Laws' Physics of Dance
Webpages on Maria de Avila, the Spanish professor, on the Zaragoza Town Hall website
Cecchetti Society official site
A British-based site, directed by Bruce Marriott.
An American-based site
Dance Books' own catalogue, including film, is very extensive, and they will search out-of-print and other publishers' items
Said to be the greatest collection of dance material including film, in the world
Royal Library Copenhagen, one of the world's major collections of 19th century scientific and other works. Large dance collection
Bibliothèque-musée (library and museum) of the Paris Opera, at Opéra Garnier. Open six days a week from 10 am to 5 pm
Those feet again
Do not laugh. This is the site of the Gaynor Minden pointe shoe, and there is, so to speak, foot for thought here (see the Site's essays on orthopaedics)