Dance - Les sylphides - the nocturne / choreographer - Michel Fokine ; composer - Frederic Chopin, music - A-flat major nocturne, op. 32, no. 2 ; notated by Sue Knapp Juilliard, May 1965 ; taught by Antony Tudor. 1965.

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Fokine, Michel, 1880-1942. Dance - Les sylphides - the nocturne / choreographer - Michel Fokine ; composer - Frederic Chopin, music - A-flat major nocturne, op. 32, no. 2 ; notated by Sue Knapp Juilliard, May 1965 ; taught by Antony Tudor.

Dance - Les sylphides - the nocturne / choreographer - Michel Fokine ; composer - Frederic Chopin, music - A-flat major nocturne, op. 32, no. 2 ; notated by Sue Knapp Juilliard, May 1965 ; taught by Antony Tudor. 1965.

1 folder ([1], 41 leaves) : diagrs. ; ill. ; 28 cm.

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