The Walter Toscanini Collection of research materials in dance: L. 1819-1937.

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Toscanini, Walter, 1898-1971,. The Walter Toscanini Collection of research materials in dance: L.

The Walter Toscanini Collection of research materials in dance: L. 1819-1937.

1 v. ill. 29 cm.

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Cia Fornaroli was a prima ballerina, choreographer, teacher and director, and Walter Toscanini was a dance historian, collector and curator, primarily in Milan and New York. Lucia Fornaroli Toscanini (b Oct 16, 1888, Milan Italy; d Aug 16, 1954, New York, NY), wife of Walter Toscanini and daughter of Giovanni Fornaroli and Santina Volonté, better known as Cia Fornaroli, was a disciple of the Academy of Dance of Teatro alla Scala in Milan. Instructed by Adelaide Vignanò...

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