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V. Svetloff

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ISBN 10: 0486230473 ISBN 13: 9780486230474

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About this Item: Dover Publications, Incorporated. Paperback. Condition: Good. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Seller Inventory # G0486230473I3N10

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V. Svetloff

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About this Item: Dover Publications, Incorporated. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Seller Inventory # G0486230473I4N00

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PAVLOVA. SVETLOFF, V. GREY, A. trans.

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About this Item: Dover. PAPERBACK. Condition: Very Good. B000JVYREK Signed by the author. Crisp pages. Tight binding. Light shelf wear on cover. Dirty edges. Light tanning. Good reading copy. Seller Inventory # QKV-UL9H-G296

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Svetloff, V.

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About this Item: Dover Publications Inc, 1974. Paperback. Condition: VERY GOOD. Text English, translated from the Russian. Reprint of book originally published in Paris 1922. This paperback book is 11" x 8", front cover lavender with color illustration of dancing woman. 194pp, illustrated color and b/w.VERY GOOD CONDITION, solid binding, clean text, covers clean but lower corner somewhat curled up. Book. Seller Inventory # 022952

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Svetloff, V.

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About this Item: NY: Dover 1974., 1974. VG, unmarked, illus. 8" x 11" Paperback. 194 pp. Seller Inventory # 032222

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Svetloff, V.; Trans. By A. Grey

Published by Dover Publications, New York (1974)

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About this Item: Dover Publications, New York, 1974. Soft cover. Condition: Near Very Good. No Jacket. Unabridged edition quarto paperback 194 pp with 75 illustrations. Near Very Good condition (edges and spine slightly creased). No dust jacket. Seller Inventory # 24419

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Svetloff, V.

Published by Dover, New York, N.Y. (1974)

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About this Item: Dover, New York, N.Y., 1974. Soft Cover. Condition: Good. First This Edition. pp. 194. Book is firm and clean throughout with little evidence of use. Translated from the Russian by A. Grey. Includes 75 illustrations. A little bit of wear and slight fading, but still in good condition. Scans available upon request. Size: 11 x 8". Seller Inventory # THEA1239

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V.Svetloff

Published by Dover, New York (1974)

ISBN 10: 0486230473 ISBN 13: 9780486230474

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About this Item: Dover, New York, 1974. Soft cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Reprint. Anna Pavlova 1881-1939-her technique,her roles.her travels.Alsoincluded 75 photographs and drawings -several in colour.Unabridged republication of the 1922 limited edition. Seller Inventory # 001441

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PAVLOVA. SVETLOFF, V. GREY, A. trans.

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About this Item: Dover, 1974 (1922)., 1974. 4to Paperback. Col. plates. B/W photos & illus. 194pp. Seller Inventory # 52744

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Svetloff, V.

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About this Item: New York, Dover, 1974. Facsimile-reprint of Paris, 1922. ill, 194 pp - softcover. Seller Inventory # 43924

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Svetloff, V.

Published by Dover, 1974 (1974)

ISBN 10: 0486230473 ISBN 13: 9780486230474

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About this Item: Dover, 1974, 1974. 4to. softcover. 194pp. colour & b/w illus. Very good, light foxing, owner's inscription on fep. Seller Inventory # 55360

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Anna Pavlova.Translated from the russian by A.: Svetloff, V.

Svetloff, V.

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About this Item: Dover Press, New York, 1974. Softcover. Condition: Gut. 194 S., 4°, illustrierte Broschur, Ecken und Kanten berieben und bestoßen, Einband leicht beschmutzt, guter Zustand. Seller Inventory # HUE01798

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SVETLOFF V.

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About this Item: Dover Publications Inc, New York., 1974. Broché. 20x27.5 cm. 194 pages. 75 illustrations couleurs et noir et blanc. Seller Inventory # 29693

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Svetloff, V. [Valerian].

Published by New York Dover Publications () (1974)

ISBN 10: 0486230473 ISBN 13: 9780486230474

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About this Item: New York Dover Publications (), 1974. 194 S. Mit Holzschnitt-Buchschmuck von D. Galanis sowie zahlr. tls. farb. Illustr. im Text u. auf Taf. (= Dover books on dance). 4to (27,5 x 20,5 cm). OKart. mit farb. VDeckel-Illustr. Die russische Originalausgabe erschien 1922. - Im Anhang: Repertoire-Verzeichnis. - Zu der russischen Ballett-Tänzerin Anna Matveevna Pavlova (1881-1931) siehe B. Beck, Die berühmtesten Frauen der Weltgeschichte, S. 76 ff. - V. Svetlov (d.i. Valer'jan Jakovlevic Ivcenko, 1860-1934), russischer Kritiker u. Schriftsteller, war verheiratet mit der Tänzerin u. Tanz-Pädagogin Vera Aleksandrovna Trefilova (1875-1943) (vgl. Internat. Encycl. of Dance). - Dimitrios Galanis (1879 od. 1882 - 1966), griechischer Maler u. Graphiker. - Mit Klarsicht-Folie kaschiert, Besitzerstempel verso Titel; im Ganzen gut. Seller Inventory # 77072

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ANNA PAVLOVA: PAVLOVA, ANNA). SVETLOFF,

PAVLOVA, ANNA). SVETLOFF, V[ALERIAN]

Published by de Brunoff, Paris (1922)

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About this Item: de Brunoff, Paris, 1922. 343 x 260 mm. (13 1/2 x 10 1/4"). 194 pp., [1] leaf (colophon).Translated into French by W. Petroff. No. 30 OF 325 COPIES of the French edition, signed by the editor, Maurice de Brunoff. Pleasing contemporary red (publisher's deluxe?) pebble-grain morocco, upper cover with gilt lettering and calligraphic flourish, raised bands, spine panels with gilt sultana centerpiece, gilt titling, mustard yellow endpapers, edges untrimmed. In a modern marbled paper slipcase. With decorative engraved head- and tailpieces, 22 plates (with tissue guards), as called for, and more than 50 illustrations in the text. Two tiny nicks on back cover, one plate with light marginal foxing, otherwise only the most trivial imperfections; A VERY FINE COPY with especially clean and fresh leaves and in an unworn, lustrous binding. This is an attractively produced examination of the career of the great prima ballerina Anna Pavlova (1881-1931), who was at the height of her fame when it was published. Written by the leading St. Petersburg critic Valerian Svetloff, it begins with a background discussion of classical ballet, followed by accounts of Pavlova's classical training and performances in Imperial Russia, her breakthrough role in "Giselle" (which prompted her promotion to prima ballerina), and her work with her most important collaborator, the choreographer Michel Fokine. There is a brief autobiography by the dancer herself, and a listing of her repertoire of ballets and roles. The work is lavishly illustrated with photographs of the ballerina in various roles, among them her signature "Dying Swan," created for her by Fokine. There are also color illustrations of costumes and sets created by Leon Bakst and other noted designers. Pavlova was the first prima ballerina to form her own company and tour the world, and she became one of the first international superstars. This lavish production is testament to her fame and global appeal. This is an attractively produced examination of the career of the great prima ballerina Anna Pavlova (1881-1931), who was at the height of her fame when it was published. Written by the leading St. Petersburg critic Valerian Svetloff, it begins with a background discussion of classical ballet, followed by accounts of Pavlova's classical training and performances in Imperial Russia, her breakthrough role in "Giselle" (which prompted her promotion to prima ballerina), and her work with her most important collaborator, the choreographer Michel Fokine. There is a brief autobiography by the dancer herself, and a listing of her repertoire of ballets and roles. The work is lavishly illustrated with photographs of the ballerina in various roles, among them her signature "Dying Swan," created for her by Fokine. There are also color illustrations of costumes and sets created by Leon Bakst and other noted designers. Pavlova was the first prima ballerina to form her own company and tour the world, and she became one of the first international superstars. This lavish production is testament to her fame and global appeal. No. 30 OF 325 COPIES of the French edition, signed by the editor, Maurice de Brunoff. Seller Inventory # ST12683-053

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ANNA PAVLOVA [INSCRIBED BY SVETLOFF TO LISA: Svetloff, V.(alerian); Pavlova,

Svetloff, V.(alerian); Pavlova, Anna

Published by de Brunoff, Paris (1922)

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About this Item: de Brunoff, Paris, 1922. Hardcover. Limited Edition, #258/325. Quarto, 194 pages; VG; bound in brown leather, patterned paper covered boards, fore edges full leather; spine has light brown label, triple-ruled gilt border, gilt lettering; mild rubbing and shelfwear, with small scratch along rear hinge; edges untrimmed; interior clean; limited edition, #258/325 signed by the editor, Mauric de Brunoff on limitation page; INSCRIBED on half-title by Svetloff, dated 11 Juillet 1931 to Lisa Gardiner. Lisa Gardiner was a former Anna Pavlova company dancer, who went on to found the Washington School of Ballet in 1944 with Mary Day.; shelved above case 2. This is an attractively produced examination of the career of the great prima ballerina Anna Pavlova (1881-1931), who was at the height of her fame when it was published. Written by the leading St. Petersburg critic Valerian Svetloff, it begins with a background discussion of classical ballet, followed by accounts of Pavlova's classical training and performances in Imperial Russia, her breakthrough role in "Giselle" (which prompted her promotion to prima ballerina), and her work with her most important collaborator, the choreographer Michel Fokine. There is a brief autobiography by the dancer herself, and a listing of her repertoire of ballets and roles. The work is lavishly illustrated with photographs of the ballerina in various roles, among them her signature "Dying Swan," created for her by Fokine. There are also color illustrations of costumes and sets created by Leon Bakst and other noted designers. Pavlova was the first prima ballerina to form her own company and tour the world, and she became one of the first international superstars. This lavish production is testament to her fame and global appeal.; Dupont. Seller Inventory # 9-109-1294569

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Svetloff, V.

Published by M. de Brunhoff: Paris (1922)

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About this Item: M. de Brunhoff: Paris, 1922. Frontis by Leon Bakst, full page photos; woodcut decorations by D. Galanis, 13 x 10", wraps with yellowed glassine cover, 194pp with "Anna Pavlova's Repertory" section, extremities bumped, bottom of spine torn with a hint of water staining, textblock edges browned, endpapers unevenly toned from glassine, but still a relatively nice copy in an edge-worn, marbled paper slipcase. ENGLISH EDITION, LIMITED TO ONLY 300 NUMBERED COPIES (this one #256), SIGNED BY THE PUBLISHER. ADDITIONALLY, SIGNED BY ANNA PAVLOVA ON HALF TITLE. SCARCE. Seller Inventory # 99-8151

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