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Vladimir Viktorovič Vasilʹev

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Russie (Fédération)
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Gender :
masculin
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Danseur et chorégraphe
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Variants of the name :
Vladimir Vassiliev (russe)
Vladimir Victorovitch Vasiliev (russe)
Vladimir Viktorovitch Vasiliev (russe)
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Danse17 documents1 digitized document

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Chorégraphe4 documents

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Préfacier1 document

  • Ballet mystique

    behind the glamour of the Ballet Russe

    Material description : 306 p.
    Note : Note : Index
    Edition : 2000 Moutain View, Calif. Cynara

    [catalogue][http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb38850867c]
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Sources and references

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  • Documents by this author : Spartacus [Images animées] / Elena Macheret, réal. ; Aram Khachaturian, comp. ; Yuri Grigorovich, mise en scène ; Vladimir Vassiliev, Ekaterina Maximova... [et al.], danse, 2004
  • Ouvrages de reference : Dict. de la danse / sous la dir. de Philippe Le Moal, 1999
    LCNA (CD), 1996-06
    Kratkaâ Rossijskaâ ènciklopediâ, T.1, 2003
    The Concise Oxford dictionary of ballet / Horst Koegler, 1987 [Vasiliev, Vladimir Victorovitch]
  • Catalogues de la BnF : BnF Service russe, 2009-03-05

Variants of the name

  • Vladimir Vassiliev (russe)
  • Vladimir Victorovitch Vasiliev (russe)
  • Vladimir Viktorovitch Vasiliev (russe)
  • Владимир Викторович Васильев (russe)

Wikipedia Biography

  • Vladimir Viktorovitch Vassiliev est un danseur russe né à Moscou le 18 avril 1940.

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