Isadora Duncan


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Noun1.Isadora Duncan - United States dancer and pioneer of modern dance (1878-1927)Isadora Duncan - United States dancer and pioneer of modern dance (1878-1927)
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They divorced, and she started a cycle of relationships with various men and women, including a rumored affair with Isadora Duncan.
1927: Isadora Duncan, the American dancer, was strangled by her scarf in Nice when the fringe caught in the wheel of a Bugatti sports car.
There are dozens of contributions from individuals such as Laurie Anderson, Bertolt Brecht, John Cage, Isadora Duncan, Philip Glass, Martha Graham, and Gertrude Stein, and each has something profound to say about his or her performance, or the performance of another.
11 /PRNewswire/ -- Take a step back in time and follow an introspective young woman as she navigates through a life forever intertwined with the dancing of the infamous mother of modern dance, Isadora Duncan, in "The House Where Isadora Danced" (published by AuthorHouse), the new historical fiction by J.
Numerous avant-garde women, including theatre legends Isadora Duncan and Sarah Bernhardt, owned his Delphos dresses.
The mountaintop retreat--nominally founded by the anarchist Mikhail Bakunin (at a time when it was still known as Monescia) in the 1870s--flourished between 1900 and 1940, when it attracted anarchists, nudists, and Theosophists alongside such figures as Martin Buber, Hugo Ball, Tristan Tzara, Rudolf von Laban, Isadora Duncan, Hermann Hesse (who famously had his alcoholism treated there), and the sexual revolutionary Otto Gross.
Charles Lindbergh became the first man to fly across the Atlantic solo, Isadora Duncan died in a tragic accident and Al Jolson starred in the first talkie, The Jazz Singer.
The Firebird'' was the career-making ballet of Stravinsky, whose haunting score tells the tale of this exotic creature with dances drawn from the Russian folk tradition - and that American modern dancer Isadora Duncan.
Here he turns to the twentieth century American dancer, Isadora Duncan.
10) Tell-all biographies Natalie Wood (Natasha), Isadora Duncan (Isadora), Moss Hart (Dazzler), Edna St.
A program devoted to the style and technique of Isadora Duncan takes modern dance back to its very beginnings.
Light, economical and elegant, the entire structure seems to tiptoe agilely over the site as if it were an Isadora Duncan of engineering, bringing history vibrantly to life.