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Lifar

(Russian ljiˈfar)
n
(Biography) Serge (sɛrʒ). 1905–86, Russian ballet dancer and choreographer: ballet master at the Paris Opera Ballet (1932–58). His ballets include Prométhée (1929), Icare (1935), and Phèdre (1950)
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A Serge Leer B Serge Priar C Serge Lunar D Serge Lifar 10.
36) The owner before Crawford was another ballet great, Serge Lifar (1905-1986), a student of Nijinsky's sister, Bronislava Nijinska (1891-1972); his signature is on the front fly leaf in the same volume.
Yn yr un modd, yn ddiweddar, cefais fy hun mewn awyren fawr yn eistedd yn y sedd sydd agosaf at y drws "allanfa" gyda'i lifar coch pwerus.
Among them, the artist Konstantin Somov by Bakst, Bakst himself, Mstislav Dobuzhinsky, Prince Alexandre Shervashidze by Benois, Serge Lifar by Tchelichew, Nicholas Roerich by Burliuk, Goncharova and Diaghilev by Larionov, and a self-portrait of Sergei Soudeikine.
Among others, Riess photographed Benito Mussolini, actor Emil Jannings, writers Colette and Klaus Mann, artists Marie Laurencin and Fernand Leger, and dancers Anna Pavlova and Serge Lifar.
Graceful refinement was the flavour of the first work, Suite in Blanc, by Ukrainian choreographer Serge Lifar.
Wedyn daeth lifar i droi'r peiriant i ffwrdd, er mwyn diogelu.
Of the three programs the Parisians performed, the one with the weakest choreography was the first, a tribute to three 20th century French choreographers: Serge Lifar, Roland Petit, and Maurice Bejart.
En este panorama despunto Serge Lifar, un bailarin formado con Diaghilev y erigido coreografo y director de exito durante los anos treinta en la capital, como director del Ballet de la Opera parisina.
Rarely a writer, never a painter, and only an amateur musician, Vladimir Nabokov's younger brother witnessed rather than participated in history: he smoked opium with Cocteau; paid homage to the arts at 27 rue de Fleurus, where Stein and Toklas held court; and celebrated the premier of Les Noces on a barge with Picasso, Serge Lifar, and Igor Stravinsky.
The British newspaper notes that if the book is true, Chanel joins reams of esteemed French artists who collaborated with the Nazis during World War II -- including actor and singer Maurice Chevalier, writer Jean Cocteau, director Sacha Guitry, choreographer Serge Lifar, and legendary singer Edith Piaf.
23) Her diaries reveal that this concert coincided with evening soirees and dinners where Boulanger's and Stravinsky's otherwise isolated spheres merged and she rubbed elbows with various acquaintances, including Sudeinkina, both of his sons, and mutual friends Prokofiev, Samuel Dushkin, Helene and Raymond Lifar, and Arthur Honegget.